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These beautiful 3-rubles Russian Ballet coins are available while supplies last!
Each stunning coin features two ballet dancers on the reverse and a double headed eagle (the emblem of the Bank of Russia) on the obverse. Each coin contains 1.121 troy ounces of 90% silver bullion.
Coins will be delivered in a protective plastic sleeve for their protection
The Russian ballet is world-renowned for its expertise, choreography and professionalism of its dancers. These 1993 3-ruble silver Russian ballet coins carry the legacy of that esteemed organization. Each contains 1.121 troy ounces of 90 percent silver bullion.
The 1993 Russian ballet coin is from the first edition of coins commemorating the Bolshoi Ballet. The reverse highlights a male and female pair holding a careful pose, with the inscription “Russian Ballet” in Russian.
The obverse features the striking double-headed eagle, emblem of the Bank of Russia, and the markings include the fineness, the mint mark, the metal sign, and the fine metal content. The inscriptions along the rim read “3 Rubles 1993” and “Bank of Russia.”
Founded in 1776, the Bolshoi Ballet is one of the world’s oldest, as well as one of the largest, and includes up to 220 dancers. And this ballet certainly is grand, known as one of the foremost ballet companies in Russia.
The ballet originated as a dance school for a Moscow orphanage, and, though it struggled in the early years, it achieved acclaim in Paris, France, in the early 1900s. It offered everyone the opportunity to enjoy ballet, with low-cost seating gallery comprised of simple wooden benches in the early 19th century. With the rise of the Soviet Union, the Bolshoi ballet earned international attention as Moscow became the seat of power.
The excellent reputation of the Russian ballet continues today. Enjoy your piece of dance history with these stunning 1993 silver 3-ruble coins, available through Provident Metals’ online purchasing system.
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