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The Gold Sword for Bravery (Russian: ? « ») was a Russian Empire award for bravery. It was set up with two grades on 27 July 1720 by Peter the Great, reclassified as a public order in 1807 and abolished in 1917. From 1913 to 1917 it was renamed the Saint George Sword ( ) and considered as one of the grades of the Order of St. George.