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  1. This coins issued in 1991 in the darkest hour of Russia. They will remind many different and not very pleasant events. It seems to have not the Soviet Union, but still not Russian Federation. Coins of Russia in 1991 experienced transition economy. And although they were issued nominal value of 10 and 50 kopeks, their real value was negligible. This collection contains 8 coins. But it's not so simple. 6 coins from the collection are not difficult to collect. They are not expensive and are fairly easy to get through online auctions (less than $2). But here are the 10 ruble coins of this period are rare and expensive. I'm not ready to pay for one coin $300. I hope to find it in other ways. If you have the same coin you are lucky. :-) Y# 295 10 RUBLES 5.9700 g., Bi-Metallic Copper-Nickel ring, Aluminum-Bronze center, 25 mm. Obv: Kremlin Tower and Dome Rev: Value flanked by sprigs above date Edge: Alternating reeded and smooth Y# 294 5 RUBLES Copper-Nickel, 24 mm. Obv: Kremlin Tower and Dome Rev: Value flanked by sprigs above date Edge: Alternating reeded and smooth Y# 293 RUBLE Copper-Nickel Obv: Kremlin Tower and Dome Rev: Value flanked by sprigs above date Y# 292 50 KOPEKS Copper-Nickel Obv: Kremlin Tower and Dome Rev: Value flanked by sprigs above date Y# 296 10 KOPEKS Copper Clad Steel Obv: Kremlin Tower and Dome Rev: Value flanked by sprigs above date Mintmarks (for rubles)
  2. Hi there, I have lots of russian coins for sale at bargain prices on my Delcampe.net store : http://coins.delcampe.net/page/list/cat,1116,id_member,00313468,language,E.html Mostly copper coins of 19th century. Take a look. Thank you !
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