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A fistfull of Pyatches

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The 1761's are indeterminable whether Ekaterinburg or Sestroretsk mints. The 1765

however is definitely CM mint (Sestroretsk) and somewhat difficult to find `out there' these days. The big one is a later 10 kopec from EM. The dies must have been filling as the date looks more like 1734 than 1834. Still, nice chunks of copper that let you know you were carrying something of value. :ninja:

 

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More nice coppers. You're tempting me sorely. A whole new collecting direction is in the offing.

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More nice coppers. You're tempting me sorely. A whole new collecting direction is in the offing.

 

Oh no, oh no, oh no! :ninja:

 

I better start hoarding before it's too late! :cry:

 

Really nice samples there Ian :lol: Now I'm horribly jealous ;)

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Oh no, oh no, oh no! :ninja:

 

I better start hoarding before it's too late! :cry:

 

Really nice samples there Ian :lol: Now I'm horribly jealous ;)

 

I've got some nice smaller denominations somewhere. I'll scan them sometime when I get a chance to dig them out.

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