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List of Russian counterfeits published by the RNS

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Some explanation of this list is necessary. The first line below,

for example, reads "79 Journal 72 Summer 2001." The "79" is an

issue number, counting both Newsletters and Journals. Each illustration

of a counterfeit is then keyed to a particular Newsletter or Journal. For

example the 1762 four kopecks of Peter III is found in three different

issues because of die varieties.

 

 

Index of Counterfeits Published to Date

 

79 Journal 72 Summer 2001

80 Newsletter 8 Fall 2001

81 Journal 73 Winter 2001–2002

82 Newsletter 9 Spring 2002

83 Journal 74 Summer 2002

84 Newsletter 10 Fall 2002

85 Journal 75 Winter 2002–2003

86 Newsletter 11 Spring 2003

87 Journal 76 Summer 2003

88 Newsletter 12 Fall 2003

89 Journal 77 Winter 2003–2004

90 Newsletter 13 Spring 2004

91 Journal 78 Summer 2004

92 Newsletter 14 Fall 2004

93 Journal 79 Winter 2004–2005

94 Newsletter 15 Spring 2005

95 Journal 80 Summer 2005

96 Newsletter 16 Fall 2005

97 Journal 81 Winter 2005–2006

98 Newsletter 17 Spring 2006

99* Journal 82 Summer 2006

100 Newsletter 18 Fall 2006

101 Journal 83 Winter 2006–2007

102 Newsletter 19 Spring 2007

* Including an article on pages 13–16.

 

COPPER

 

1⁄8 Kopeck (Polpolushka): 1700 (79, 94).

 

1⁄4 Kopeck (Polushka): 1700 (79, 95), 1727 (79, 83), 1759 (79), 1764 Siberia (95),

1771 Siberia (85), 1773 Siberia (79, 97), 1796 (79), 1798 KM (101), 1799 EM (101), 1800 EM (95),

1800 KM (83), 1802 KM (83), 1804 KM (97), 1867 EM type I (101).

 

1⁄2 Kopeck (Denga): 1700 pattern (87, 99–100), 1755 pattern (97), 1762 (79), 1763 Siberia (96),

1764 Siberia (80), 1780 Siberia (101), 1796 (97), 1797 KM (80), 1805 KM (97).

 

1 Kopeck: 1704 (99), 1705 (92, 100), 1709 pattern (97), 1720s plate (97), 1725 plate (97),

1726 plate (80, 86, 88, 96–97), 1726 round (80), 1727 (80, 88), 1728 (99), 1730 pattern (99),

1739 (94), 1755 pattern (101), 1760 (80), 1763 Siberia (87), 1766 Siberia (81), 1805 EM (101),

1810 pattern (85), 1811 pattern (81).

 

2 Kopecks (Grosh): 1727 (86), 1740 Anna (81, 92, 97), 1740 Ivan III (86), 1762 Peter III (81, 102),

1763 Siberia (91), 1766 Siberia (84), 1767 Siberia (101), 1796 (97).

 

3 Kopecks: 1840 SPB (96), 1848 MW (96).

 

4 Kopecks: 1762 Peter III (81, 83, 95), 1796 (88).

 

5 Kopecks (Piatak): 1723 pattern (100), 1726 plate (81, 95), 1757 (85, 89, 91, 97),

1767 Siberia (81), 1770s ‘Pugachev’ (84), 1787 TM (102), 1796 (87), 1796 Paul I (84, 85, 97).

 

10 Kopecks: Peter I fantasy (87), 1726 ‘Menshikov’ (81, 95), 1726 plate (82), 1727 plate (98),

1760 (84, 102), 1767 Siberia (89), 1796 (82, 90, 94, 97, 101), 1809 (101).

 

25 Kopecks: 1725 plate (97).

 

1 Ruble: 1725 plate (97), 1771 Sestroretsk (87, 96, 97), 1771 Pugachev (97), 1918 Armavir (95).

 

SILVER

 

2 Kopecks (Grosh): 1724 (100).

 

5 Kopecks: 1762 Peter III (98), 1787 TM (91).

 

10 Kopecks (Grivennik): 1702 (82), 1723 (100), 1744 (87), 1798 SP (101), 1799 CM (101).

 

20 Kopecks: 1764 Siberia (88, 97), 1787 TM (95).

 

25 Kopecks: 1654 (99), 1707 (100), 1726 (89), 1798 CM (101).

 

48 Kopecks: 1756 (98).

 

50 Kopecks (Poltina): 1702 (94), 1718–19 (89), 1718 (94), 1721 (98), 1722 (89),

1723 (91), 1725 SPB Peter I (98), 1726 (98), 1726 Peter II (99), 1727 Catherine I SPB (98),

1727 Peter II (87), 1739 (98), 1740 (98), 1740 SPB (98), 1741 Ivan III SPB (98),

1762 Peter III SPB (99), 1803 (99).

 

96 Kopecks: 1757 (93).

 

1 Ruble: 1654 (87), 1700s Peter I (92), 1705 (100), 1707 (93), 1710 (93),

1712 (95, 100), 1721 (99), 1723 (93, 95, 101), 1724 SPB (93, 100), 1724 (93),

1725 Mourning (93), 1726 (91, 96), 1727 Peter II (93), 1729 (102), 1730 (93),

1740 Ivan III (87, 97), 1741 MMD Ivan III (87), 1741 SPB Elizabeth (91), 1749 MMD (102),

1762 Peter III MMD (99), 1762 Peter III SPB (102, page 8), 1762 Catherine II SPB (101, page 46),

1766 pattern (101), 1771 ‘Sestroretsk’ (95), 1789 (93), 1796 Paul I portrait (93),

1806 pattern (91), 1825 Constantine (97), 1839 Borodino (101), 1841 Marriage (102),

1845 pattern (91), 1901 (95), 1914 Gangut (94).

 

11⁄2 Rubles: 1836 Family Ruble (101).

 

Taler: 1753 (93).

 

10 Zlotych: 1827 IB (92).

 

GOLD

 

10 Kopecks: 1610 Vladislav (94).

 

50 Kopecks (Poltina): 1756 (97).

 

1 Ruble: 1756 (97).

 

2 Rubles: 1756 (97), 1785 (97).

 

Ducat: 1680s (97), 1706 (99), 1711 (99), 1714 (100), 1730 (90), 1749 (101),

1757 (91), 1797 (102).

 

5 Rubles: 1769 (101), 1800 (92), 1801 (101).

 

10 Rubles: 1773 (98), 1895 (92).

 

OTHER

 

Medals & Awards: February 1703 gold (101), 1788 Ochakov (99, 101), 1790 Swedish (99),

1791 Turkey (99), 1794 Prague (99), 1804 Gandzha (99), 1809 Swedish (101), 1810 Bazarzik (99),

1826–28 Persia (99, 101), 1828–29 Turkey (101), 1833 Muraviev (99), 1839 Akhulgo (101),

1853–95 Central Asia (101), 1857–59 Chechniya-Dagestan (101), 1859–64 Caucasus (101),

1875–76 Khokand (101), 1877–78 Turkish War (101), 1881 Geok-Tep (101), Alexander II for Zeal (99).

 

Jetons: 1724 Coronation (91), 1725, death of Peter I (100).

 

Beard Tokens: 1704 (87), 1705 (95, 97, 99).

 

RWJ

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Thank you very much -- this will certainly prove to be a very useful list for many people! :ninja:

 

One little question: I am up-to-date with back issues of the RNS journal back to around 1999. Is there any chance of acquiring back issues of the newsletters as well?

 

Thanks! ;)

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