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Hi My friends! Please help me! How much will be cost such collection in the "XF" quality??? :confus:

50 Copecks: 1961,64,67,68,74,77,79,81-84,88

20 Copecks: 1961,1962,1977-1990

15 Copecks: 1961,1962,1976-1991Л,1991М

10 Copecks: 1961,1962,1969-1991Л,1991М

5 Copecks: 1961,1962,1965,1974-1982,1984-1991Л,1991М

3 Copecks: 1961,1962,1968-1991M

2 Copecks: 1968,1970-1974,1976,1977,1979-1991Л,1991М

1 Copecks: 1961,1966,1968,1969,1971-1974,1976,1977,1979,1991Л,1991М.

 

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:(:confus:

 

 

And you're sad because you posted a picture of a bunch of coins and no one has come along to provide value estimates for you yet? Patience is an important part of these types of things. We have many folks who understand and participate in the Russian coin market but they may not be here right now. Or they may have been here but didn't have the time to analyse your request.

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The only coin of any value is 1965 5 kopeck. Worth perhaps $20. Rest is common, sold in bulk in such condition, my guess is under $50 for all of them.

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The only coin of any value is 1965 5 kopeck. Worth perhaps $20. Rest is common, sold in bulk in such condition, my guess is under $50 for all of them.

yesterday on ebay has been sold 20,15,10 copecks 1977 In the sum 60$.It already means that your estimation isn't true!

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All these (except 5-1965, which is better year) are very common and can cost something only in BU condition.

Or if there is some rare variety.

Here in Russia they can be bought by weight, approx. couple bucks per kilogram.

 

P.S. Actually those: "50 Copecks: 1961 ... 68,74,77,79,81-84,88" may bring maybe $0.50-$1.00 each.

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yesterday on ebay has been sold 20,15,10 copecks 1977 In the sum 60$.It already means that your estimation isn't true!

Is this your way to say "thank you for help" ?

If you yourself know better - why ask?

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The reality is, unless you have some rare varieties, most of the years you mentioned are NOT scarce, in fact very commmon.

 

For general overview of the rarities of Soviet coins struck in between 1961-91, coins struck in the late 60s and early 70s are considered scarce (for some denominations) and some rarer varieties struck in the 1990 and 1991 (no mintmart, mintmark variety, wrong edge, etc). Again, ebay is just a rough price indicator and it does not guarantee you to get the same prices as what was sold a few days ago, months etc. It could be more, could be less. Again, I don't know what the story of the 1977 coins are but if you are dead certain that they are of the common variety, we'll discuss. For 60 dollars, you can buy at least 2 1977 mint sets.

 

For a rough price indication, check this site: http://www.arcamax.ru/price_reg61-92.htm

 

Please feel free to check other Russian website but they should be around the same ballpark - scarer coins will be priced higher but most common coins will be priced around the same. Like what most people mentioned, your 1965 5 kopek might be of the highest value in the lot but nothing else really stands out. Finally, value doesn't really matter much unless someone is willing to pay a price of it.

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All these (except 5-1965, which is better year) are very common and can cost something only in BU condition.

Or if there is some rare variety.

Here in Russia they can be bought by weight, approx. couple bucks per kilogram.

 

P.S. Actually those: "50 Copecks: 1961 ... 68,74,77,79,81-84,88" may bring maybe $0.50-$1.00 each.

 

Its impossible,because In Ukrain 50 copecs 1961 ... 68,74,77,79,81-84,88 for all 25-30$, and U tell me that in USA they cost 6-12$.It is absurdity!

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On example, My friends, http://www.ebay.com/itm/RUSSIA-1932-USSR-15-KOPEKS-LUSTROUS-VERY-CHOICE-BU-FEDORIN-53-/190583702274?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2c5fac8302

In Ukraine they cost =2$ in XF quality.

 

Gxseries - about Your link to the prices,I'm tell U that from Russian prices U can trust only 'Konros', but 'Konros' isn't full price and has many discrepancies and in prices for the coins too. The real price on coins is Zahreba.M. (who wants,I can send it on email),but besides that prices use in Ukrain and Russia, for USA they will be abowe, because in the USA The offer is less, and demand is more.I tell You it with full responsibility as the 'black archeologist'.

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Closed. Discussions not in line with the spirit of CoinPeople.

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