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This was purchased about 15 years ago.

ANAAB refers to this as "Struck Copy in Gold".

 

So it is worth its weight in gold, but no more.

Bought for $100.00 when melt was $375.00

Weight 8.6 grams by my scale.

 

So how does one evaluate its value now?

 

I am considering it for sale, any takers? Will throw in ANAAB opinion form. Luckily its a copy, a counterfiet would have to be surrendered to the Secret Service.

 

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...a counterfiet would have to be surrendered to the Secret Service.

 

I wonder how often that happens... :ninja:

 

The Secret Service might have a hard time just keeping up with Chinese-manufactured "US" coins, let alone "Russian" coins from the same source.

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