Badge of the Mayor of Moscow


The badge of the Moscow Mayor is a golden heraldic shield with an engraving of Moscow’s coat of arms — St George slaying a dragon from atop his horse — supported on a radial design. A crown with five distinct merlons — a common feature of Moscow architecture — tops the heraldic shield. A silver laurel wreath encircles the crown. Two golden M-shaped keys (M for Moscow) protrude from behind the crown. A golden ribbon runs through the keys and extends down to the bottom of the heraldic shield. The words ‘Mayor of Moscow’ are engraved on the ribbon. The badge is 7.8 cm x 6.5 cm.

The badge is hooked onto a ring hanging from the main element of the chain, Russia’s national coat of arms — a golden two-headed eagle with a heraldic shield on its chest. The coat of arms is 5.7 cm x 5.1 cm.

Extending out from the Russian coat of arms on either side, the first element is a ten-pointed golden star with two crossed silver keys to the city of Moscow and a laurel wreath symbolising security, dignity and greatness. The star is 5 cm in diameter.

The second element depicts two groups of five parallel golden flags rising from two crossed swords. In the centre is a silver flagstaff spike with an engraving of St George the Victorious, the centrepiece of Moscow’s coat of arms. This element represents military virtue, courage and the heroic deeds of Muscovites who defended their country and city. The element is 6.5cm x 5.1cm.

The third element is a blossoming golden flower, symbolising the constant renewal and prosperity of Moscow. Architectural highlights of Moscow are depicted in the centre: from left to right, City Hall, St Basil’s Cathedral, the Ostankino TV tower, the Kremlin’s Spasskaya Tower, Moscow State University and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This element is 6.5cm x 5.5cm.

These three elements of the chain are linked together on either side of the coat of arms by golden rosettes depicting a crowned letter M for ‘mayor’ in the centre. These rosettes are 1.9 cm in diameter.

The badge and the chain are made of gold plated silver and decorated with semiprecious stones.

The reverse side of the badge and each element bears the manufacturer’s mark and the year of manufacture.

Badge of the Speaker of the Moscow City Duma


1. The badge of the Speaker of the Moscow City Duma consists of a medallion and a chain.

2. The silver medallion is oval in shape and is surrounded by a cartouche design. It includes an engraving of St George the Victorious, turned to the right, slaying a dragon with his lance from atop his horse. This engraving is surrounded by the words ‘Speaker of the Moscow City Duma.’ There are two ornamental rosettes on either side of the word ‘Speaker.’ The medallion is 8 cm x 6.5 cm. It is attached to the chain’s main link.

3. The silver chain consists of the main link, which connects to a rosette-design link, and 84 flat oval links. The main link is round in shape, has three apertures (one circular and two semicircular) and measures 3 cm in diameter. The rosette-design link is 6 cm x 4.5 cm. The oval links are 3 cm x 2.4 cm.

4. The badge of the Speaker of the Moscow City Duma made of silver

5. The reverse side of the medallion bears the date the 1st Moscow City Duma began its work, January 10, 1994.

Pin Badge of the Government of Moscow


The pin badge is a flag with an engraving of the centrepiece of Moscow’s coat of arms — St George the Victorious, turned to the right, slaying a dragon from atop a horse.

‘Government of Moscow’ is engraved below the coat of arms.

The badge is made of oxidised tombac, with a crimson enamel background.

The badge is 2.8 cm x 2 cm.

Badge of a Deputy of the Moscow City Duma


The badge of a Moscow City Duma deputy is shaped like a fluttering flag.

Two horizontal lines divide the badge in three equal sections. Engraved in each section is part of the title ‘Deputy of the Moscow City Duma.’ An engraving of Moscow’s coat of arms sits in the top left corner.

The badge is made of gold-plated sterling silver.

The engravings sit on a crimson enamel background.

The badge is 2.4 cm x 3.7 cm.

The badge can be made with a regular pin or a screw pin.

All badges must meet the requirements stipulated by the Badge Description, an addendum to the relevant Moscow City Duma resolution, and have the current Duma’s term of office engraved on the reverse.

Badge of the Paid Municipal Parking Service


The badge is a curved shield with chamfered top corners and a pointed bottom, coated in red enamel. A golden engraving of Moscow’s coat of arms (St George the Victorious in armour and a plumed helmet slaying a dragon from atop a horse) occupies the top half of the badge. The badge number is stamped on the golden ornamental ribbon on the bottom. A horizontal blue enamel line, measuring a quarter of the badge’s height in width, runs below the centreline of the badge. The words ‘Paid Municipal Parking Service’ are engraved on it. The badge and the blue line have golden edging.

The 9 cm x 7 cm badge is secured by a pin.