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  1. http://numistika.com BTW, Eugene has some good Youtube clips on his website about identifying the types of this coin. Very helpful to sharpen one's eyes in coin identification. Mine need it. Thanks again Eugene.
  2. Thanks Sigi and Eugene! This is a big help. Need to check more out. Eugene’s book is remarkable BTW. Best. Dwight
  3. Greeting. I think Bitkin show two basic categories of this coin, one with two flags and one with three. I can see no difference in obverse side of coin. Am i wrong? With wear and rough images it is hard to identify reverse type. Tips? I have a scanned version of Bitkin on my iPad which is very handy . But could use some guidance please Best Dwight
  4. Not sure but very good to hear from you!
  5. From what I seen many show wear. Beautiful! Was wondering about age so this looks like Catherine II. Very interesting. thanks and congrats
  6. Book arrived today. Speedy delivery. Beautiful and remarkable book! I am amazed to see a book focusing on these particular coins. Thanks so much! Dwight
  7. That is it! I was having trouble getting an image. This looks similar to the Numista image at https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces114409.html What are our thoughts on this? Thanks, Eugene. I am eager to receive your magnum opus book!
  8. Hello - I was scanning things and came across this coin. It is very interesting and a very old novodel. Does anyone have any thoughts on this coin? Experiences or does anyone have images to share. Any proud owners? Novodels interest me. And for one to be so old. Seems odd and even a little mysterious. Thanks much.
  9. Eugene is wonderful in assisting me with info on the book. From what I have seen, the coin images he has are the finest I have ever seen anywhere. That is awesome for me an anyone who purchases. Best to all.
  10. Thanks. Shall check that out. Wondered about it being in Russian. Want to check your excellent collection again. Best. Just ordered
  11. Thanks. Shall check that out. Wondered about it being in Russian. Want to check your excellent collection again. Best.
  12. Greetings! What is the best reference in n English for learning about these coins please. I cannot find Diakov. Favorite is 10 kopeck coin. Thanks very much. Dwight
  13. Beautiful coins. Thanks. You teach us all. I need to check Sigi's collection again!
  14. A sad state of affairs. It seems like the nice coin is now jewelry. it is interesting that it was probably converted when the coin was new, thus the good condition., Speaking of jewelry, i somehow managed to end up with a carved up poltina of about the same vintage. What is left of the coin is in excellent shape because it was carved when new. Mine is like eBay item number:332135731461A at http://www.ebay.com/itm/1883-SILVER-RUSSIA-ROUBLE-IMPERIAL-EAGLE-CUT-OUT-ALEXANDER-II-COIN-ART-BROOCH/332135731461?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 Wish the news could be better for your coin.
  15. Thanks! It looks better than the enlargement.
  16. https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/world/russia-rouble-km-166.1-1724-1725-cuid-1095154-duid-1536422 is the correct link, cut off in first post.
  17. I got back on Mr. Elmen's mailing list and found a Sun Rouble i like. (I like most of these rugged coins.) A few years ago, this would have sold for upwards of a couple grand. (I won it for $875 in case you wonder.). Though it has some grafiti, it is superior to the other Sun i own and for which i paid far more. Both are degrees of VF. This is Bitkin 1316. While thinking over bidding, i came across this NGC site that features this coin as an example of a Sun Rouble.: https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/world/russia-rouble-km-166.1-1724-1725-cuid-1095154-duid-1536422. Elmen was very surprised to hear this. He said NGC lifts images. He tried to track down how the coin might have been found by NGC through other sellers but had no luck. Of course a great part of the pleasure of the hobby is the hunt. Best. Dwight
  18. Thanks. I just saw your post. This little coin is Uzd 4041 and is listed as being extremely rare. The metal is pretty flat, which does not really show in photos. I have tried to see a link to the other Alexanders but see nothing there that would be an occasion for 1871. Thanks.
  19. That is the coin, thanks. There are like three varieties in Bitkin but i have not had the patience to try to discern the difference. All are R1 or greater. Again, thanks.
  20. Greetings: I was not aware of this coin until recently - but instantly intrigued with Alexander II producing this coin honoring Alexander I. If one were to do that, it seems an odd denomination for doing so. The bust appears to be the same as that on the Borodino roubles. Note: I like coins with images of Tsars, so this in particular caught my interest. Can anyone provide any thoughts or conjecture about the intentions with this coin? Best - Dwight
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    Ho. Thanks for the responses and pardon my late response. I have been away.. There is a 1757 Hesselgesser kopeck on Ebay now going for $1050. I guess the Hesselgesser label enhances the pedigree of the coin along with other factors. Perhaps I am missing something but it seems odd that novodels are included in coin reference catalogs. I think I own the cSuperior catalog referenced above. Thanks for that link. Best. Dwight
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