Lot of five vintage USSR 1 Roubl coins. Olympic, Lenin, Gorki...

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AM(NT)-BC-007/011
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20g
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If you like collecting coins, especially if they were used in countries that do not exist anymore, you will be interested in these old USSR one rouble coins.

The first coin was issued in 1964. It is made of Copper-Nickel-Zinc. There is no particular mention on it, only USSR written in Russian. It weighs approx 7 grams and measures approx 2.5 cm. Reference of the item : 

The second coin is a commemorative issue for the 50th anniversary of Soviet Union revolution (“Fifty years of Soviet power”), and represents Lenin. It is made of Copper-Nickel-Zinc. It weighs approx 12 grams and measures approx 3 cm.

The third coin was issued in 1977 and celebrates the future Moscow Olympic games of 1980. It is made of Copper-Nickel-Zinc. It weighs approx 12 grams and measures approx 3 cm.

The fourth coin was issued in 1988 and commemorates the 120th anniversary of the birth of Maxim Gorky. It is made of Copper-Nickel.It weighs approx 12 grams and measures approx 3 cm.

The fifth coin was issued in 1987 for the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Borodino. It is made of Copper-Nickel. It weighs approx 12 grams (without protection and packaging) and measures approx 3 cm.


£17.00 inc. tax

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