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USSR 2 Kopeks 1924
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USSR Gold Trade Cher
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RSFSR Chervonetz

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Moneta



Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
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Listed as 'Trade Coinage' under the predesessor Soviet system before the USSR, this Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic coin is a 10 Rouble gold coin struck in 1923. There is one specimen of this coin struck in 1925 under the USSR. These were later re-struck beginning in 1975-82. This is the scarce 1923 issue, better in hand than the photo.
For a great review of Russian coins from Rus through the Revolution see the Library at:
Russian Coins - 1000 Years: [ link ]
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Keywords: RSFSR USSR Soviet Union Russia
Denomination: Chervonetz (10 Ruble)
Reference #: Y 85
Date/Mintmark: 1923 Leningrad
Condition: MS65 (NGC encapsulated)
Weight: 8.6 gm; ~23 mm
Metal: Av - .900 (gold)

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Zantetsuken

Registered: January 2010
Location: United States
Posts: 313
June 13, 2011 9:05am

I'm trying to keep it to a low drool here. Not succeeding though. This is a beautiful specimen. Thanks for posting.
Moneta

Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
Posts: 1,864
November 19, 2011 6:16pm

I need to re-image. I think they're all in about BU. I suppose it will have to be slabbed and it may come back MS 62/63. I'm glad I found it while they were still in the hundreds instead of the thousands.


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