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  1. Dear all, First of all, since I am new to this forum: Hi to all of you!! I have been following this forum for a while, and I am pretty impressed by the shared knowledge on these pages. As a new member I hope you guys could help me out with this one, a piece I bought on a flea market in Tbilisi, Georgia, some years ago. As you can see on the pictures included, it concerns what appears to be a ruble of Peter I from the 1704 issue. If only it wasn't minted in copper... My knowledge on Russian coins is limited, and I don't have a Bitkin catalogue to check, but aren't these rubles sup
  2. Hello, I have one ruble banknote of 1880. Is it any worth? Thank you Charis
  3. 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 perio
  4. Hello to everybody! I got this coin recently,I ll say its real , but this days you never can be so sure.So i m asking you guys for an opinion:real or fake? Thank you in advance!
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