## The most expensive and valuable coins of the USSR.

- 1. The price of the most expensive coins of the USSR for handling (weathering)
- 2. The most valuable coins of the USSR - rare options
- 3. Valuable and significant test coins of the Soviet Union
- 4. Dear coins of the USSR of the period 1961 - 1991.

## The cost of the most expensive coins of the USSR intended for circulation

1. A number of the most expensive ** annual coins of the USSR **Opens Chervonets in 1923. Although it is the name of the State of the RSFSR, this is a political formality. They produced for foreign economic calculations and, apparently, in circulation in the domestic market practically did not participate. But since the "old" royal gold on the international market at that time, caused significantly more confidence than the "New Soviet", they did not have success. Therefore, most of the circulation was integrated back into gold bars and is disturbed into pre-revolutionary worms. Despite a very large circulation (almost three million pieces), they reached very little to our time. To date, the collection prices for Golden Chervonets in 1923 exceed 150,000 rubles.

Chervonets 1923 - 150.000 rubles. | 2 kopecks 1927 - 120.000 rubles. |

2. The following in chronology - 2 kopecks of 1925. After large circulation of 1924 (the first year of monetary reform), the copper coin in 1925 was released quite in small quantities and only younger denominations. As a result, 2 kopecks of 1925 are now about 60 thousand rubles. It is interesting to note that the collectors did not know more than thirty years old about its existence. The first coin was found by numizes only in the middle of the last century. Since then, they have not been discovered so much

Even more rare and valuable are 2 kopecks of 1927. Their price is more than 100 thousand rubles. But thanks to the development of metal and the finds of diggers, and recently, their rare fell. However, in excellent preservation, it is still extremely difficult to find such a coin.

20 kopecks 1931 - 150.000 rubles. | 20 kopecks 1934 - 100.000 rubles |

3. Some of the most valuable coins of the USSR Silver 10, 15 and 20 kopecks of 1931. By the beginning of the 1930s, new Soviet coins won the confidence of the population. Therefore, it was decided to finally eliminate the use of precious metals in cash circulation. Starting from 1931, instead of a silver coin, copper-nickel was started. Although silver 10, 15 and 20 kopecks of 1931 are included in all directories, it is practically unrealistic to find them. Unless in the form of late Novodelov. The only silver coin of 1931, which could be found in circulation - 20 kopecks. Its value exceeds 150.000 rubles

4. 20 kopecks 1934 g are found only in the form of late Novodelov and cost more than 100 thousand rubles. Original copies even in museum meetings are just a few pieces. The fact is that the design of coins 1931 - 1934. It turned out to be very difficult - a worker with a hammer, a shield framing a denomination, and even the full name of the state in a circle. As a result, a very large percentage of coins with a chasing was obtained with a marriage. Therefore, it was decided to stop the production of coins with a pattern, and all 20 kopeck coins of 1934 destroy.

5. 5 kopecks of 1933 are 20 thousand 5 kopecks 1934 and 1935 (old type). - 9.000 rubles each. The cause of the extremely small circulation of these coins is difficult to call. Most likely, copper and aluminum reserves are more needed to solve the tasks of the second five-year plan.

*Coins of wartime - 10 and 15 kopecks 1942. The price of 15,000 rubles. *

6. The rarity 10 and 15 kopecks of 1942, which are valued at 15,000 rubles each, can be explained. After moving the mint from Leningrad, to the Urals, to Krasnokamsk, in conditions of wartime, it was not immediately able to start a full-fledged chacon of the necessary coins. Next year, the issue of coins stabilized. As a result, 10 and 15 kopecks of 1942 became one of the rarests for all the time of manufacture of these denominations.

5 kopecks of 1947 with footprints to the exhibition stand. Cost 2.000.000 rub. | 10 and 20 kopecks of 1947, the cost of each more than 2 million rubles. |

7. The most famous and can be said absolutely the most rare and expensive coins of the USSR are all the nominal 1947. Although there were more than 500 million of them, they all went to the smelter. For what reason, you can only guess. Only one thing, the new post-war coat of arms of the USSR with 16 ribbons was clear (approved in June 1946), eventually appeared on coins only in 1948. Only exhibition specimens were preserved from the 1947 coins (with traces of the mustache, which they were attached to the demonstration stand) and It is determined by the fact that they are the most valuable coins of the USSR. Full set of coins 1947 was sold in 2008 at auction for more than 200 thousand euros, i.e. Over a million rubles for each coin.

8. Immediately behind them, according to numismatons and rarity, a set of coins of 1958 is followed. In it, 2, 3 and 5 rubles were added to the usual rates. The 1961 monetary reform was initially planned to be carried out in 1958. Coins were already minted, in the amounts sufficient to replace the existing coin mass and sent to all regional banks. But something with reform was then not trimmed and instead of the team "Print bags", the Central Bank had to give the "Return" command. Despite this, some of the small nominal numbers 1, 2, 3 and 10 kopecks were in the money turn. One and two penny coins are on average 150 thousand rubles, 3 kopecks. - 60.000 and 10 kopecks. in the area 40. 000 rubles. Prices for the remaining coins of 1958 are significantly higher (up to 3.5 million rubles).

5 kopecks of 1958. | 5 rubles 1958. |

## 2. The most expensive coins of the Soviet Union - execution errors

It is very expensive in numismatons, the so-called tips are appreciated when coins are minted using the front side of another coin or on a mone circle intended for another nominal. Prices for such coins are often around 30 - 50 thousand rubles. But the special and most interesting group of coins - errors. This is when a stamp with an outdated coat of arms is used for the face chasing. For the period 1924-1957 4 coat of arms of the USSR changed. They differed a very prominent detail - the number of tapes that mean the number of republics in the Soviet Union.

These coins include:

- 10 kopecks of 1946 and 20 kopecks of 1941. But only those with the chasing of which were used stamps of the facets of the sample of 1937 with 7 ribbons in the emblem (instead of 11). The price of such coins is very significant and exceeds 50 and 100 thousand rubles, respectively.

- Very rarely meet 2 kopecks of 1948 with early coat of arms of 11 tapes (instead of 16). They are 70 thousand rubles.

- 1 kopeck of 1957 with the coat of arms abolished in 1956 of 16 tapes. Extremely rare and demanded option. In September 2010, it was sold at auction for 600,000 rubles.

- A peculiar pair of coasting: 10 kopecks of 1957 with 16 tapes instead of 15. And 10 kopecks of the previous 1956 with a wreath of coat of arms out of 15 tapes instead of 16, which began to be used only from next year. Each 50,000 rubles is evaluated.

3 kopecks of 1931, with the front side of 20 kopecks. Without designation of the country of release, 50 - 80 thousand rubles. | 1 kopeck 1957 with an old coat of arms - 16 tapes. Price - 600.000 rubles. |

Of particularly interesting for numismatics (and therefore expensive at the price), I will note the rare coat of 3 and 20 kops 1931-1934. The fact is that the name of the state of the USSR on 3 kopecks was placed on the front side with the coat of arms, and on 20 kopecks. In the form of a circular inscription "Union of Soviet Socialist Republics" on the reverse side with a hammer and a par. When the error 3 kopecks were minimized using the face of 20 kopecks close to diameter, then under the emblem instead of the usual abbreviation of the USSR, it was possible to see the dashboard, i.e. The name of the state on the coin was absent completely. But the coat of 20 kopecks with the coat of arms from 3 kopecks. He declared his Merpersement twice on each side - and abbreviated and completely. Auction prices for such mistake coins reach 100 thousand rubles and more.

## 3. The most valuable test coins of the USSR 1953 and 1956.

Sandy coins of the USSR for 70 years of their chasing are known quite a lot. The absolute majority remained only in several copies and are either in museums or in the archives of the state. Bank. Only theoretically, you can talk about their prices and rarity. Those specimens that still fell into private hands were sold and bought at auctions anonymously, in extremely high prices. Thus, the Trial Chervonets 1925 was made in copper, was sold for 5 million rubles, and the price of a unique 50 kopecks of 1929 at auction reached a record amount of 10 million rubles.

*Trial 1 kopeck 1953, two facial sides. *

Sample coins of 1953 and 1956 are much more common, which were manufactured in the implementation of the future reform of 1961. In total, there are several dozen species. And the total survived if not a few thousand, then several hundreds for sure.

So they are really if not to buy, even even see. Additional interest is the fact that it is samples of non-individual coins, but attempts to develop the entire nominal row from 1 kopeck to 5 rubles. In addition, these are those coins, thanks to which the design of all familiar coins of the 1961 sample was finally formed.

*Reversals of trial coins of 1953, search for the optimal version. *

At auction auction, where they periodically appear, it is possible to obtain the idea of the prices of these coins. The most common estimated at 100 - 150 thousand rubles, the main options are usually sold from 250 to 700 thousand rubles.

## 4. Valuable coins of the USSR of the period 1961 - 1991.

After the intense mint chasing 1961 and 1962 for two years of coins, the nominal from 3 to 20 kopecks did not produce at all. In the next few years, these coins were manufactured in very limited quantities. As a result, they are rare, and the collectors are quite expensive at collectors. Specific figures for convenience are reduced to the table.

The following group of expensive coins was formed in the early 90s. Since 1991, on the coins began to sign the place of their chasing. It was made by prostanovka on the front side, to the right and lower from the coat of arms of the USSR letters "M" - the Moscow Mint or L "- Leningradsky. A very small part of coins 5 and 10 kopecks with the date 1990 was released with these symbols, obviously in 1991, several pairs of stamps with the old date were accidentally used. The price of both coins with the date 1990 and the letter M near the coat of arms is 20 thousand rubles. Known and "reverse" case when 20 kopecks of 1991 were made, but without alphabetic designation of production. The cost of such 20 kopecks. Already 25,000 rubles, 10 kopecks 1991 without a letter occurs quite often. Their price is no more than 3.000 rubles.

And the period of Soviet numismatics is completed with two rare species of bimetallic 10 rubles. The first - 1991 with a monogramm MMD, their collective value, indicated in the catalogs - 30 thousand rubles. The second is somehow "in advance" minted with the inscription Bank of the USSR and with the date 1992. Their any numismat will buy for 15,000 rubles.

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## The most rare and expensive coins of the USSR

In this article, we will consider the valuable coins of the USSR, as well as the associated legends. Surprisingly, the list of the most expensive Soviet rubles and kopecks includes not only gold and silver monetary signs. In some cases, the cost of money from copper and nickel is much higher than specimens from precious metals.

Let's find out why some coins are an order of magnitude more expensive than others, as well as which of them are the most valuable?

Content:

## List of most expensive coins of the USSR

**1 Chervonets 1923 - 170,000 rubles. **

The list of the most expensive money of the USSR begins with the Golden Chervonets. During 1923, more than 2.5 million Chervons was made on the Mint in Petrograd, with the image of the sower on the reverse. They were intended for trade in the global market, but such Soviet monetary signs were not in demand, so almost the entire circulation was sent to the smelter.

It is not known exactly how many of these days are preserved these rare gold coins. Their average sales price is 170 thousand rubles.

**2 kopecks 1925 - 50,000 rubles. **

In 1924, a huge number of exchange coins were produced. Therefore, next year, the Leningrad Mint coin coins not all the denominations. For example, 3 and 5 kopecks were excluded. For a long time it was believed that 2 kopecks fell into the number of coins, which was not minted in 1925, the first such monetary sign was found in circulation. The number of money found is low, which makes it possible to attribute 2 kopecks of 1925 to rare copies, the cost of selling which is rarely below 50,000 rubles.

**2 kopecks 1927 - 120,000 rubles. **

It was found about two hundred such coins, which is clearly not enough to provide all collectors who collect Soviet money. Therefore, this two-hour copy of 1927 has such a high collectible value.

**Silver 10, 15 and 20 kopecks of 1931 - from 150,000 rubles. **

In 1931, Melchior was applied to the production of monetary signs of 10, 15 and 20 kopecks instead of silver. But the release of several coins of an old sample made on silver blanks, this year still took place. No one knows the exact amount of silver exchange money, but the price starts from 150,000 rubles, speaks of their uniqueness.

**20 kopecks 1934 - more than 100,000 rubles. **

The only original coin is an instance stored in the Hermitage. The story of this monetary sign is the following. The decoration of 20 kopecks contained a lot of small details, which was the reason for increasing the number of defective instances. Therefore, it was decided to terminate the release of 20-penny money of such a design, and the minted circulation of 1934 was eliminated.

On numismatic auctions you can see sales of 20 kopecks of 1934. Most likely these are new-fashioned specimens that were produced by mini-edition in the middle of the last century. It is possible that Novodelians were minted for private collections of influential people of the USSR or as a gift to foreign politicians. Their cost begins from 100,000 rubles.

**Coins 1947 and 1958. **

Year | List | Price in rubles. |
---|---|---|

1947. | 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 kopecks | 12 000 000 per set |

1958. | 1 kope | 60 000 |

2 kop. | 60 000 | |

3 kop. | 40,000 | |

5 kop | 120,000 | |

10 kop | 40,000 | |

15 kop | 120,000 | |

20 kop | 120,000 | |

50 kop | 180,000 | |

1 rub | 180,000 | |

2 rubles | 120,000 | |

3 rubles | 270,000 | |

5 rubles | 100,000 |

Metal money of these years links common fate. All manufactured coins of 1947 and 1958 were sent to the smelting. From the release of 1947, only a few copies were preserved, intended for museums. There is an opinion that there was no mass chasing in 1947, and only trial instances appear at auctions. Anyway, but today it is one of the most expensive coins of the USSR!

The coins of 1958 were lucky more, some of them still got into appeal.

**Rare coins of the USSR 1961-1992 **

How much are the coins of the USSR, who minted after the 1961 reform? You will not find particularly valuable copies among the money of regular chasing. By catalogs, the most expensive are:

Year | List | Cost in rubles. |
---|---|---|

1970. | 15 kop | 18 000 |

1990. | 5 kopecks with letter m | 18 000 |

1990. | 10 kopecks with letter m | 18 000 |

1991. | 20 copies without letters | 25,000 |

The 1991 regular coinage coins were distinguished by the letters "M" and "L", which denoted the mint where metal money was produced. If the Leningrad Factory puts his sign "l" strictly in monetary signs with the date "1991", then the confusion happened on Moscow, which led to the emergence of two expensive options. These are rare 5 and 10 kopecks with the date "1990", on which the letter "M" is present.

Photo: **5 kopecks 1990 **

Avers without a sign of a mint (ordinary) | Reverse | AVERS with the letter "M" (valuable) |

Photo: **10 kopecks 1990 **

Avers without a sign of a mint (ordinary) | Reverse | AVERS with the letter "M" (valuable) |

A little higher thanks to 20 kopecks of 1991, the obverse of which is minimal with an old stamp without a sign of a mint of the coast.

Photo: **20 kopecks 1991 **

Aversa with a plant icon (usual) | Reverse | Avers without letters (valuable) |

Also expensive are bimetallic tens with the inscription "State Bank of the USSR", issued by the abbreviated circulation, namely:

Look at the increased signs of LMD and MMD to distinguish them correctly:

### Catalog with prices of Soviet coins

You will find the current cost of 2021 Soviet money in a special directory. The catalog will help you spend a quick assessment of your collections:

### Soviet anniversary rubles

Since 1965, in the monetary turnover of the USSR, in addition to rubles and kopecks of regular check, anniversary coins appeared, the production of which was tied to round dates and major events, such as the summer Olympic Games of 1980, held in Moscow. Among the anniversary money there are also their rarities, the cost of which reaches 2.5 million per copy.

You can find information about such expensive anniversary coins in the following article:

### Rare varieties and coat

When used in the production of metal money of one nominal and year of issue of stamps, having differences, varieties appear on the light. Such varieties may have differences in sizes, forms or position of individual parts of images and inscriptions.

The so-called curtains also relate to varieties. They are obtained in cases when:

- Aversa is minted with a stamp from a monetary sign of another nominal
- Aversa is filled with a stamp from the money of another coat
- confused inscription on Gurte

The coins of the USSR coins are highly valued by numismatics. We give a few examples of expensive ships:

**10 kopecks 1946 **. With Aversa, which is minted with a stamp used in 1935-1936. It is estimated at 300,000 rubles. Different with an obverse of rare 10 kopecks is very easy: there are only 7 tape interceptions, instead of 11 laid.

**1 kopeck 1957 **. With an obsession, an obsolete stamp (16 tape interceptions instead of due 15). In 2010, such a coast was sold for 600,000 rubles.

### Coins with marriage

Perhaps the most bright in any collections are mint marriages. This money, differing from the standard, has always been in demand in numismatons. Are not the exception and coins of the USSR!

Violation of production technology leads to the emergence of rare instances. For example, a coin 5 kopecks of 1990, mined on a bimetallic harvesting, in 2016 was sold at auction www.rarecoins.ru for 6.5 thousand dollars.

The article covered rarities, many of which took their places in museums or private collections of wealthy numismatons. You are unlikely to get out of such copies. But in the next video, it is told about those valuable monetary signs that were exactly in the turnover and still meet with soviet little things:

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There are extremely rare varieties of jubilee coins of the Soviet Union, but this path, rather, the lot of deep research, and not mass collectibles. Therefore, in this article, the anniversary coins do not appear. Immediately we can say that representatives of the 1947 mint of 1947 from the sample of standard weathering are the most rare and expensive. Any genuine coin with this date will cause a large excitement and will provide an impressive final amount on any trading platform. Caution can be safely recognized by the circulation coins of 1958. However, the degree of rarity is different. The most expensive are 3 rubles with this date. But 3 kopecks and 10 kopecks are not very rare. Despite the fact that the purchase of each of them will cost several tens of thousands, in a numismatic market they are present in sufficient volume.

Unpredictable price for single known specimens. These are 10 and 15 kopecks 1931. Silver of the 500 samples, which there is perhaps the state collection. You can also write the original copy of the 20 kopecks of 1934. But this coin was on the list of new-fashioned products released in the fifties of the twentieth century. Although the original stamp and Novodel has differences, with solid financial opportunities, the new-fashioned 20 kopecks of 1934 will be acquired quite possible. Outside our list, except Novodelov, we will make test coins.

20 kopecks of 1931 (silver)

Let's start our list with silver 20 kopecks of 1931. The coin was released in the turnover in extremely small quantities, and now almost all copies of the collections are dated. It is rare on the market, therefore, even for the preservation of "VF", the price will easily exceed one hundred thousand rubles. In the price tags instead of a particular number you will see the letter "R" - "Rarita".

2 kopecks 1927

In one price category with them there are 2 kopecks of 1927 in decent preservation. The letter "R" price tags in its cell no longer put, but it is difficult to buy it enough. Exceptions are made up of rust copies with large losses, as they do not put such a coin in a collection of such a coin, and the newcomers are not able to lay out for the rotational amount rotted the circle.

A rare variety of coins 2 kopecks 1963

It is known only a few copies of the 1963 coins of 1963, AVERS and the reverse of which are the model of the next years. The coat of arms of the USSR is raised to the Cant of the coin, and the digit of the nominal, on the contrary, is fixed. A wreath of oak leaves and sections moved to the edge. The price of auction can reach two hundred thousand. In our database, the passage of 150,000 rubles is fixed. The reasons for the appearance of this coin and her sister of penny dignity are not found out so far.

1 kopeck 1924 with elongated letters

A rarity is the copper penny of 1924, the obverse of which is made with a stamp from the dummy (the letters "USSR" elongated form). Once even for irreparably damaged copy, the fabulous amount was laid out, but now prices have declined noticeably. However, and now the final amount of trading on this coin can join hundred thousand. Known and kopeck of 1925 with elongated letters. But this was polished Checkan, who is meaningless to look for in the pile.

10 kopecks of 1946 with an old type coat of arms

Few did not reach the four hundred thousand rubles a copy of 10 kopecks of 1946, on the obverse of which is not eleven, and only seven turns of the tape. For unknown reasons, the stamps of Avers with the coat of arms of 1935 were used to use this date. But, as in the case of most varieties, the more instances will be on the market, the lower the price is corrected. However, while this coin is a desired find for any treasure detector.

1 kopeck 1957 with an Aversion of the previous year

Cover on Aversu can be called a penny of 1957, in the emblem of which sixteen tapes. A year earlier, the Caroen-Finnish SSR reduced the status to the republic with the composition of the RSFSR, and the coat of arms of the Soviet Union gained symmetry (seven turns of the ribbon on each side). But on the inspection on the mint in the process of chasing somewhere continued to work a stamp with an old version of the coat of arms. Recently, such a coin was almost unique, but by now the number of well-known copies has increased.

20 kopecks of 1938 (crooked)

NOT that AVERS included in rare and expensive coins 20 kopecks of 1938. With the number of ribbons in the coat of arms, the full order, but the star is not small and flat, like most of the dihedral, but large and cut. This is "pieces. 1.1 ", applied with a coinage of coins with a dignity of three kopecks of the 1937 sample. Due to the similarity of the diameters of three and twenty kopecks of that pore, the stamps of Aversov were not in their places. For 1938, the number of coins found this plan is still small. Therefore, in solid auctions, the price of this coat spinning about 360,000 rubles.

3 kopecks 1940 (crooked)

The cost of a coin of 3 kopecks of 1940 can translate over three hundred thousand, if we have the same curtain. Only in the emblem of these three kopecks star is small and flat. Looking into directories, we identify the stamp "PC. 1.11 "from 20 kopecks of 1937. Of course, large sums pay for coins of excellent safety. A copy killed by finding in the ground, with barely distinguishable elements of the drawing of such heights will never reach.

Another coin of the same dignity - 3 kopecks of 1937 - interesting in several options for someone else's coat of arms. It all depends not only from a rare obverse, but also from the reverse. So the bidding of coins with reverse "PCS are fixed. B ", the total amount of which amounted to 290,000 rubles. But if the Little and Flat Star of Aversa was in a pair of "pcs. B »Reverse, it is almost impossible to predict the price, since these copies are less common.

20 kopecks of 1925 with AVERS from a penny

Consider another pair of quite rare coins. This is the bilon of the first years of the USSR. 20 kopecks with the date "1925" have an elongated letters of the "USSR" on the obverse. But the curtain, where the stamp "PC was turned out to be a stamp. 1.3 "From one penny of 1924, rather rare. The range of the final sums of completed trading is in the range from 39,000 to two hundred and more than thousands. However, the pearl for this coin will be a variety of obverse "PC. 1.3 "from the same penny. Once for such a coin paid 900,000 rubles.

Coins and native Avers are expensive and rare, if the number of specimens found is small. An example serve 20 kopecks of 1950 with a stamped pair "3a". It is trading such a dumarted in the area of two hundred thousand.

Rande enough 1 kopeck 1950. This year, the circulation coins received new versions of Avers, however, the stamp "PC. 1.4 ", mass for coins with the date" 1949 ", also noted in the chasenka. Known options for stamped pairs with reverses "PC. B "and" PC. BUT". The latter meets much less often.

10 kopeck 1944 with 16 rays

An interesting modification of the standard obverse is the instances of 10 kopecks of 1944, where 16 rays take out of the solar disk. There were big disputes, it is possible to consider this coin a separate species, or it is still a reducing, which led to strong changes. Nevertheless, in the collectible environment, such coins are purchased at a price of hundreds of thousands to one and a half hundred thousand rubles.

You can write a whole book about the varieties of silver half-bird. Leaving the test specimens aside, we will analyze the basic option that mines on the Leningrad Mint. However, on Gurth, instead of strict lettering of standard font, we will see the inscription Slavic Vysu. It was mistakenly used the Guress Ring of 1922. Looking at the inscription, detect the initials of Peter Latyshev (pl). Such admirations are traded within the hundreds of thousands. A unique coin will be Slavic magician, but with the initials of the Sun - the Guress Ring remaining since the royal times.

3 kopecks of 1926 without a circular inscription

Unusual coin 3 kopecks of 1926 without a circular inscription "Proletaria of all countries, connect!". This is a kind of greeting from the future - Avers of three kopecks, used since 1935. Where in the coin production, a stamp with a date, a decade different from the planned period, is a big mystery. Coins are extracted from the turnover. Depending on the safety, trading with final sums from 5,200 to 150,000 rubles are fixed.

2 kopecks 1925

Once this coin was the queen of any collection of Soviet weather. This is 2 kopecks of 1925. The collectors learned about its existence of a much later date, minted on the reverse. Not so long ago in the price tag, its cell occupied the letter "R". But times have changed. The treasters raised a sufficient number of coins so that the killed copy could already be bought for twenty thousand. But the coins in excellent preservation still knows not so much. Therefore, 2 kopecks of 1925 "Cabinet Saved" remain queens.

We return to the coolant, where we will look at a couple. In the same range, 3 kopecks of 1943 are traded in AVERSU (stamp "pcs. 1.12" from 20 kopecks of 1943) and the curtain for metal, the workpiece for which the light circle from the dubonnaya served. A fragile price equilibrium may be impaired if some of the coasting devices will find in sufficient quantities. It is necessary to remember here that any coat of metal (with the exception of recognized "orders") is a rare and expensive coin.

3 kopecks of 1946 with an Aversion of next years

As long as only a little more than a dozen copper coins of 3 kopecks of 1946 with sixteen tape tapes in the coat of arms of the USSR. Massover Avers with sixteen ribbons is known for coins since 1948. But somewhere in the process of chasing, the old reverse with an irrelevant date for the planned period of the date took part. Bidding reached the amount of 160,000 rubles, but the price gradually decreases. An interesting feature of this variety is the fact that it was precisely the stamp of the unique known coin of 3 kopecks of 1947 of the revolving sample.

There is a costly variety while there are 10 kopecks of 1930 with one meridian, suitable for the shock part of the hammer in the coat of arms. However, with two meridians, a species is kindly, if the tape-tier in the coat of arms is elongated horizontally. The overwhelming majority of circulation coins has this turn stretched vertically.

15 kopecks of 1980 with the absentee

Most expensive varieties of late USSR are looking for in sets. But 15 kopecks of 1980 with the abilities of the second sections from the inside is the exception that can be found in a bunch of revolving coins. Because of these aply, she received a nickname "hairy". Depending on the preservation of interest in the acquisition of this rarity, it extends from thirty-three thousand and almost to sixty thousand rubles.

20 kopecks of 1935 (crooked)

Another co-cut of 20 kopecks of 1935 borrowed a figured split star from Aversa 3 kopecks of 1935 of a new type (stamp "PC. 1"). Bad preservation coins are traded within a few thousand, but for the quality of collectors are ready to pay more than a hundred thousands in rubles.

2 kopecks of 1948 with old coat of arms

In this case, the emblem of the old sample mysteriously lingered on the late date coins. We are talking about two kopecks of 1948 with the old coat of arms, in which only eleven tapes on the obverse. The coin consistently holds the price of forty to fifty thousand. It can be purely hypothetically assumed that in the disappeared circuit with the date "1947" there were copies of two-achievable dignity with eleven tape twists.

10 rubles 1991 MMD

The first bimetallic coins appeared in the USSR on the existence of its existence. Two-color dozens should have replaced paper sisters. The front of production turned out to be LMD, who has powdered most of the circulation. But in Moscow, they started the chasing much later. Therefore, 10 rubles 1991, MMD, which we distinguish on a rounded logo, is a coin, quite rare. In a good saved its value exceeds thirty thousand rubles.

5 kopecks 1933

The most rare course of the swore pores is a coin of 5 kopecks of 1933. Despite the fact that the treasters mined more and more new specimens, even coins in a deplorable state go to two thousand. Instances "UNC" have transcendental heights at prices. And there is also a strange variety without a circular inscription on the obverse. But this is a separate topic for conversation.

Another variety that has not yet been found in sufficient quantities for price increases are 3 kopecks of 1981 without an estate. This is a coin-cerebral with an Aversion "PC. 1.2 "from 20 kopecks of the 1973 sample. The second ears from the inside, indeed, do not have anything. Bidding are fixed at twenty thousand rubles and higher.

Frequent gurt (from above) and normal (bottom)

The coin is an exception that is difficult to be proud if it is in a standard album or Holder. It is 3 kopecks of 1986 with frequent gurth. Still did not find out, whose german ring has worked on these instances. Finding such for the collection is quite difficult. If a dream to have a coin with an extraordinary gurth continues to burn, we advise you to turn to the same frequent Gurt three kopecks of 1985, which can be achieved at an acceptable value.

15 kopecks 1970

The most common beam coin, which became rare due to a small circulation. This is 15 kopecks of 1970. At least a set, even though current copies have a steadily high cost in the range from fifteen to thirty thousand rubles. It is not surprising that the coin began to massively fake. Therefore, by finding an instance of this five-tag at an attractive price, it is better to set a large photo on the Council of Experts, so as not to be the owner of the "Races".

In itself, 20 kopecks of 1974, which is part of a small "black square" of the late USSR, is an unclean coin. But wonderful to detect on its instance also concave tapes. This means that the obverse coins minted with a stamp "PC. 2.3 "from 3 kopecks of the 1971 sample. In contrast to the usual coin, the cost of such an instance can exceed twenty thousand.

20 kopecks 1991 without a letter

The coin of the transition period is 20 kopecks of 1991 without the designation of the coil. Since 1991, the letters "M" or "l", marking the city appear on the coins of the USSR to the right of the coat of arms, marking the city in which this estimated sign. But for the grivennik and the dumpurizable there are coins without the designation of the mint, with the chasing of which the stamp of the previous year was used. If the grivennik is quite accessible to the middle hand collectors, then 20 kopecks without letters are considered a rare coin. At the auction for it, they give from 15,000 to 27,000 rubles. And this coin also enters the sad row of the most faded.

5 kopecks of 1979 with a small star

We complete our list of a variety of five kopecks of 1979 with a small star in the emblem. Most coins are distinguished by her narrow rays. The overwhelming part of the circulation is minted with stamps of a new sample, but the old stamp continued somewhere. So far, interest in this variety is preserved, so the bidding ends on the amounts of ten to twenty one and a half thousand rubles. There is a reason to look at more carefully to the most common pyataks.

In conclusion, I would like to repeat that the price of rare coins is directly proportional to its safety. This type, for which Monsters collectors fight, posting hundreds of thousands and even millions, in Sainting "UNC" will not cause their interest if the copy is spoiled to the state of small recognition. And it will acquire it by any newcomer in an extremely small amount constituting the small part of the number marked in the price tag or directory.

There are extremely rare varieties anniversary coins of the Soviet Union But this path, rather, the lot of deep research, and not mass collectibles. Therefore, in this article, the anniversary coins do not appear. Immediately we can say that representatives of the 1947 mint of 1947 from the sample of standard weathering are the most rare and expensive. Any genuine coin with this date will cause a large excitement and will provide an impressive final amount on any trading platform. Caution can be safely recognized by the circulation coins of 1958. However, the degree of rarity is different. The most expensive are 3 rubles with this date. But 3 kopecks and 10 kopecks are not very rare. Despite the fact that the purchase of each of them will cost several tens of thousands, in a numismatic market they are present in sufficient volume.

Unpredictable price for single known specimens. These are 10 and 15 kopecks 1931 Of the silver of the 500th samples, which there is perhaps the state collection. You can also write the original copy of the 20 kopecks of 1934. But this coin was on the list of new-fashioned products released in the fifties of the twentieth century. Although the original stamp and Novodel has differences, with solid financial opportunities, the new-fashioned 20 kopecks of 1934 will be acquired quite possible. Outside our list, except Novodelov, we will make test coins.

Let's start our list with silver 20 kopecks of 1931. The coin was released in the turnover in extremely small quantities, and now almost all copies of the collections are dated. It is rare on the market, therefore, even for the preservation of "VF", the price will easily exceed one hundred thousand rubles. In the price tags instead of a particular number you will see the letter "R" - "Rarita".

In one price category with them there are 2 kopecks of 1927 in decent preservation. The letter "R" price tags in its cell no longer put, but it is difficult to buy it enough. Exceptions are made up of rust copies with large losses, as they do not put such a coin in a collection of such a coin, and the newcomers are not able to lay out for the rotational amount rotted the circle.

It is known only a few copies of the 1963 coins of 1963, AVERS and the reverse of which are the model of the next years. The coat of arms of the USSR is raised to the Cant of the coin, and the digit of the nominal, on the contrary, is fixed. A wreath of oak leaves and sections moved to the edge. The price of auction can reach two hundred thousand. In our database, the passage of 150,000 rubles is fixed. The reasons for the appearance of this coin and her sister of penny dignity are not found out so far.

Frequency is I. Copper penny 1924 , the obverse of which is made a stamp from the dihedral (the letters "USSR" elongated form). Once even for irreparably damaged copy, the fabulous amount was laid out, but now prices have declined noticeably. However, and now the final amount of trading on this coin can join hundred thousand. Known and kopeck of 1925 with elongated letters. But this was polished Checkan, who is meaningless to look for in the pile.

Few did not reach the four hundred thousand rubles a copy of 10 kopecks of 1946, on the obverse of which is not eleven, and only seven turns of the tape. For unknown reasons, the stamps of Avers with the coat of arms of 1935 were used to use this date. But, as in the case of most varieties, the more instances will be on the market, the lower the price is corrected. However, while this coin is a desired find for any treasure detector.

Cover on Aversu can be called a penny of 1957, in the emblem of which sixteen tapes. A year earlier, the Caroen-Finnish SSR reduced the status to the republic with the composition of the RSFSR, and the coat of arms of the Soviet Union gained symmetry (seven turns of the ribbon on each side). But on the inspection on the mint in the process of chasing somewhere continued to work a stamp with an old version of the coat of arms. Recently, such a coin was almost unique, but by now the number of well-known copies has increased.

NOT that AVERS included in rare and expensive coins 20 kopecks of 1938. With the number of ribbons in the coat of arms, the full order, but the star is not small and flat, like most of the dihedral, but large and cut. This is "pieces. 1.1 ", applied with a coinage of coins with a dignity of three kopecks of the 1937 sample. Due to the similarity of the diameters of three and twenty kopecks of that pore, the stamps of Aversov were not in their places. For 1938, the number of coins found this plan is still small. Therefore, in solid auctions, the price of this coat spinning about 360,000 rubles.

The cost of a coin of 3 kopecks of 1940 can translate over three hundred thousand, if we have the same curtain. Only in the emblem of these three kopecks star is small and flat. Looking into directories, we identify the stamp "PC. 1.11 "from 20 kopecks of 1937. Of course, large sums pay for coins of excellent safety. A copy killed by finding in the ground, with barely distinguishable elements of the drawing of such heights will never reach.

Another coin of the same dignity - 3 kopecks of 1937 - interesting in several options for someone else's coat of arms. It all depends not only from a rare obverse, but also from the reverse. So the bidding of coins with reverse "PCS are fixed. B ", the total amount of which amounted to 290,000 rubles. But if the Little and Flat Star of Aversa was in a pair of "pcs. B »Reverse, it is almost impossible to predict the price, since these copies are less common.

Consider another pair of quite rare coins. This is the bilon of the first years of the USSR. 20 kopecks with the date "1925" have an elongated letters of the "USSR" on the obverse. But the curtain, where the stamp "PC was turned out to be a stamp. 1.3 "From one penny of 1924, rather rare. The range of the final sums of completed trading is in the range from 39,000 to two hundred and more than thousands. However, the pearl for this coin will be a variety of obverse "PC. 1.3 "from the same penny. Once for such a coin paid 900,000 rubles.

Coins and native Avers are expensive and rare, if the number of specimens found is small. An example serve 20 kopecks of 1950 with a stamped pair "3a". It is trading such a dumarted in the area of two hundred thousand.

Rare enough 1 kopeck 1950 . This year, the circulation coins received new versions of Avers, however, the stamp "PC. 1.4 ", mass for coins with the date" 1949 ", also noted in the chasenka. Known options for stamped pairs with reverses "PC. B "and" PC. BUT". The latter meets much less often.

Interesting modification of the standard Aversa are copies 10 kopecks 1944 where 16 rays take out of the sun disc. There were big disputes, it is possible to consider this coin a separate species, or it is still a reducing, which led to strong changes. Nevertheless, in the collectible environment, such coins are purchased at a price of hundreds of thousands to one and a half hundred thousand rubles.

You can write a whole book about the varieties of silver half-bird. Leaving the test specimens aside, we will analyze the basic option that mines on the Leningrad Mint. However, on Gurth, instead of strict lettering of standard font, we will see the inscription Slavic Vysu. It was mistakenly used the Guress Ring of 1922. Looking at the inscription, detect the initials of Peter Latyshev (pl). Such admirations are traded within the hundreds of thousands. A unique coin will be Slavic magician, but with the initials of the Sun - the Guress Ring remaining since the royal times.

Unusual coin 3 kopecks of 1926 without a circular inscription "Proletaria of all countries, connect!". This is a kind of greeting from the future - Avers of three kopecks, used since 1935. Where in the coin production, a stamp with a date, a decade different from the planned period, is a big mystery. Coins are extracted from the turnover. Depending on the safety, trading with final sums from 5,200 to 150,000 rubles are fixed.

Once this coin was the queen of any collection of Soviet weather. This is 2 kopecks of 1925. The collectors learned about its existence of a much later date, minted on the reverse. Not so long ago in the price tag, its cell occupied the letter "R". But times have changed. The treasters raised a sufficient number of coins so that the killed copy could already be bought for twenty thousand. But the coins in excellent preservation still knows not so much. Therefore, 2 kopecks of 1925 "Cabinet Saved" remain queens.

We return to the coolant, where we will look at a couple. In the same range, 3 kopecks of 1943 are traded in AVERSU (stamp "pcs. 1.12" from 20 kopecks of 1943) and the curtain for metal, the workpiece for which the light circle from the dubonnaya served. A fragile price equilibrium may be impaired if some of the coasting devices will find in sufficient quantities. It is necessary to remember here that any coat of metal (with the exception of recognized "orders") is a rare and expensive coin.

As long as only a little more than a dozen copper coins of 3 kopecks of 1946 with sixteen tape tapes in the coat of arms of the USSR. Massover Avers with sixteen ribbons is known for coins since 1948. But somewhere in the process of chasing, the old reverse with an irrelevant date for the planned period of the date took part. Bidding reached the amount of 160,000 rubles, but the price gradually decreases. An interesting feature of this variety is the fact that it was precisely the stamp of the unique known coin of 3 kopecks of 1947 of the revolving sample.

There is a costly variety while there are 10 kopecks of 1930 with one meridian, suitable for the shock part of the hammer in the coat of arms. However, with two meridians, a species is kindly, if the tape-tier in the coat of arms is elongated horizontally. The overwhelming majority of circulation coins has this turn stretched vertically.

Most expensive varieties of late USSR are looking for in sets. But 15 kopecks of 1980 with the abilities of the second sections from the inside is the exception that can be found in a bunch of revolving coins. Because of these aply, she received a nickname "hairy". Depending on the preservation of interest in the acquisition of this rarity, it extends from thirty-three thousand and almost to sixty thousand rubles.

Another co-cut of 20 kopecks of 1935 borrowed a figured split star from Aversa 3 kopecks of 1935 of a new type (stamp "PC. 1"). Bad preservation coins are traded within a few thousand, but for the quality of collectors are ready to pay more than a hundred thousands in rubles.

In this case, the emblem of the old sample mysteriously lingered on the late date coins. We are talking about two kopecks of 1948 with the old coat of arms, in which only eleven tapes on the obverse. The coin consistently holds the price of forty to fifty thousand. It can be purely hypothetically assumed that in the disappeared circuit with the date "1947" there were copies of two-achievable dignity with eleven tape twists.

The first bimetallic coins appeared in the USSR on the existence of its existence. Two-color dozens should have replaced paper sisters. The front of production turned out to be LMD, who has powdered most of the circulation. But in Moscow, they started the chasing much later. Therefore, 10 rubles 1991, MMD, which we distinguish on a rounded logo, is a coin, quite rare. In a good saved its value exceeds thirty thousand rubles.

The most rare course of the swore pores is a coin of 5 kopecks of 1933. Despite the fact that the treasters mined more and more new specimens, even coins in a deplorable state go to two thousand. Instances "UNC" have transcendental heights at prices. And there is also a strange variety without a circular inscription on the obverse. But this is a separate topic for conversation.

Another variety that has not yet been found in sufficient quantities for price increases are 3 kopecks of 1981 without an estate. This is a coin-cerebral with an Aversion "PC. 1.2 "from 20 kopecks of the 1973 sample. The second ears from the inside, indeed, do not have anything. Bidding are fixed at twenty thousand rubles and higher.

The coin is an exception that is difficult to be proud if it is in a standard album or Holder. It is 3 kopecks of 1986 with frequent gurth. Still did not find out, whose german ring has worked on these instances. Finding such for the collection is quite difficult. If a dream to have a coin with an extraordinary gurth continues to burn, we advise you to turn to the same frequent Gurt three kopecks of 1985, which can be achieved at an acceptable value.

The most common beam coin, which became rare due to a small circulation. This is 15 kopecks of 1970. At least a set, even though current copies have a steadily high cost in the range from fifteen to thirty thousand rubles. It is not surprising that the coin began to massively fake. Therefore, by finding an instance of this five-tag at an attractive price, it is better to set a large photo on the Council of Experts, so as not to be the owner of the "Races".

In itself, 20 kopecks of 1974, which is part of a small "black square" of the late USSR, is an unclean coin. But wonderful to detect on its instance also concave tapes. This means that the obverse coins minted with a stamp "PC. 2.3 "from 3 kopecks of the 1971 sample. In contrast to the usual coin, the cost of such an instance can exceed twenty thousand.

The coin of the transition period is 20 kopecks of 1991 without the designation of the coil. Since 1991, the letters "M" or "l", marking the city appear on the coins of the USSR to the right of the coat of arms, marking the city in which this estimated sign. But for the grivennik and the dumpurizable there are coins without the designation of the mint, with the chasing of which the stamp of the previous year was used. If the grivennik is quite accessible to the middle hand collectors, then 20 kopecks without letters are considered a rare coin. At the auction for it, they give from 15,000 to 27,000 rubles. And this coin also enters the sad row of the most faded.

We complete our list of a variety of five kopecks of 1979 with a small star in the emblem. Most coins are distinguished by her narrow rays. The overwhelming part of the circulation is minted with stamps of a new sample, but the old stamp continued somewhere. So far, interest in this variety is preserved, so the bidding ends on the amounts of ten to twenty one and a half thousand rubles. There is a reason to look at more carefully to the most common pyataks.

In conclusion, I would like to repeat that the price of rare coins is directly proportional to its safety. This type, for which Monsters collectors fight, posting hundreds of thousands and even millions, in Sainting "UNC" will not cause their interest if the copy is spoiled to the state of small recognition. And it will acquire it by any newcomer in an extremely small amount constituting the small part of the number marked in the price tag or directory.

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