Rare coin 1894 year issue - Russia. "Country: Russia (Russian Empire). Date: 1894. Denomination: 10 Rubles (Roubles). Reported Mintage: Just 1,007. KM (Krause-Mishler) Catalog #: A42. Gold Content: .900 Fine (21.6K). Actual Gold Weight (AGW): .3734 oz. As of this listing, the spot gold market is almost $1,000 per ounce, resulting in a melt value of approximately $373 for this coin. Obverse Design: Portrait of Czar (Tsar) Alexander III. Reverse Design: Crowned imperial eagle with shields. Grading Opinion: A beautiful very nearly uncirculated coin, brilliant original cartwheel luster with smooth, unblemished surfaces. For accuracy only, I mention a very minor rim bump on the reverse (eagle) side near the date, of no grading consequence. My personal grading opinion: Choice Almost Uncirculated.
Reserve: This rare coin is offered with an undisclosed reasonable reserve. Additional Comments: Not to be confused with the relatively common, smaller 10 Rubles of Nicholas II, this design was struck under his father Alexander III for just a few years (1886-1894) before his assasination, with very low mintages. In fact, this date is the lowest mintage reported. Russian gold coins are very popular now, and due to the rarity of these particular coins, they are in high demand. High prices are realized when they appear at live auctions, or demanded from dealers when available. This may be your best chance to acquire an especially attractive piece at a competitive price. " Coin price 22 March 2008 10428 * It's realy rare coin. Russia.
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