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Romanov 1917-10 Kopeck

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Last year of the Romanovs Under Nicholas II and the first of the Bolshevik Revolution - 1917. Very scarce and popular date! St.Petersburg mint (17.6M, where are they now?) - by Victor Smirnov. Population graded MS65 or greater is under 20 for PCGS & NGC combined!
In Russia, the double-headed eagle is one of the nation’s most prominent national symbols, although there are several theories behind the meaning of this unusual creature. Some historians theorize that in 1497, when Ivan III borrowed the idea of the two-headed eagle from the Byzantines, he wanted to associate himself with the power of the fallen empire. From then on, the double-headed eagle was often employed by the monarchy and frequently featured on coronation regalia. However, since the two heads face different directions, it’s widely believed that the double-headed eagle represents the geographical position of Russia, as it spans from the Baltic Ocean in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west.
For a great review of Russian coins from "Rus through the Revolution"is in the Library at:
Russian Coins - 1000 Years: contact me for email attachment of .pdf file.
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Keywords: Romanov Communist Bolshevic Revolution 1917
Denomination: 10 Kopeks
Reference #: Y 20a.3
Date/Mintmark: 1917 BC (Petrograd mint)
Condition: MS 65 (NGC encased)
Weight: 1.8 gm; 19mm
Metal: Ag - .500

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