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RUSSIAN EMPIRE

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1 Ducat - 1829

Fr-161 - 3,44 g - 20mm

Mintage - 0,150M

These imitation Dutch Ducats were struck in St. Petersburg in secret until 1868 when the protests of The Netherlands authorities pressured the Russians to cease minting them. The obverse has a standing knight with the Latin legend CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRESCUNT (The Union Makes Small Things Grow). The date 18 - 29 straddles the knight and the mintmaster's mark, a torch, is at the top left and the caduceus mintmark is at the right. The reverse has a square tablet with the Latin legend MO. AUR. REG. BELGII AD LEGEM IMPERII (Gold Money of the Kingdom of the Belgae According to Imperial Law).


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5 Rubley - 1831-SPB

KM-174 - 6,54 g

Mintage - 0,846M

This coin was minted in St. Petersburg. The obverse features the Russian imperial arms.  The reverse has the imperial arms. At the top is the denomination FIVE RUBLES and at the bottom the date 1831 YEAR both in Russian.  The initials P and D for the mintmaster Paul Danilov are at the bottom of the arms. The reverse centre has the Russian legend CHISTAGO ZOLOTA 1 ZOLATI- 39 DOLEY and the mintmark SPB below encircled by a wreath with a crown at the top.

3 Rubley - 1834-SPB

KM-177 - 10,35 g 

Mintage - 0,091M

This coin was minted in St. Petersburg. The obverse features the Russian imperial arms.  The reverse has the denomination 3 RUBL NA SERERO, the date 1834, and the mintmark S.P.B. encircled by a Russian legend 2 ZOL .41 DOL CHISTOJ URALSKOJ PLATINI.

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3 Rubley - 1874-SPB

Y-026 - 3,93 g - 20 mm

Edge - Centre Engrailed

Mintage - 0,270M

This coin was minted in St. Petersburg. The obverse features the Russian imperial arms.  The mintmaster's initials N I (for Nickolai Iossa) is at the bottom. The reverse has the denomination 3 RUBLEJ, the date 1874, and the mintmark S.P.B. encircled by a Russian legend CHISTATO ZOLOTA 81 DOLEJ.

5 Rubley - 1872-SPB

KM-B026 - 6,54 g

Mintage - 2,400M

This coin was minted in St. Petersburg. The obverse features the Russian imperial arms.  The mintmaster's initials N I (for Nickolai Iossa) is at the bottom. The reverse has the denomination 5 RUBLEJ, the date 1872, and the mintmark S.P.B. encircled by a Russian legend CHISTATO ZOLOTA 1 ZOLOTHIK 39 DOLEJ.

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5 Rubley - 1889

KM-042 - 6,45 g

The obverse features Tsar Alexander III (b1845-d1894) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 5 RUBLEJ and the date 1889 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year).

5 Rubley - 1897

KM-062 - 4,30 g 

Mintage - 5,372M

The obverse features Tsar Nicholas II (b1868-d1917) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 5 RUBLEJ and the date 1897 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year).


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5 Rubley - 1898

KM-062 - 4,30 g - 18.6 mm

Edge - Engrailed

Mintage = 52,378M

The obverse features Tsar Nicholas II  (b1868-d1917) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 5 RUBLEJ and the date 1898 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year).


7 Rubley - 1897

KM-063 - 6,45 g 

Mintage - 16,829M

The obverse features Tsar Nicholas II  (b1868-d1917) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 7 RUBLEJ 50 KOP:EK+ and the date 1897 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year).

10 Rubley - 1899

KM-064 - 8,60 g

Mintage - 27,600M

The obverse features Tsar Nicholas II (b1868-d1917) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 10 RUBLEJ and the date 1899 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year)

15 Rubley - 1897

KM-065 - 12,90 g

Mintahe - 11,900M

The obverse features Tsar Nicholas II (b1868-d1917) with a legend in Old Cyrillic.  The reverse has the Russian imperial arms with the denomination 15 RUBLEJ and the date 1897 G (the last character the Cyrillic G for year).

 

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