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Each Russian 10 Ruble Coin contains .2489 Troy Ounces of Gold! Coins will arrive in VF or Better Condition.
Dates of Our Choice. Designs may vary slightly from pictured.
Minted from 1898 to 1911, 10 Ruble Gold Coins—issued during the reign of Nicholas II—immortalize the end of the dynastic House of Romanov. Containing .2489 Troy Ounces of .900 Pure Gold, each Russia 10 Ruble arrives in XF condition or better.
Colloquially known as chervónets (or черво́нец in Russian), the obverse of each 10 Ruble Gold Coin features the left-facing head of Nicholas II. The last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas was forced to abdicate after the February Revolution of 1917. The following year, the Tsar, his wife Empress Alexandra, their children, and several servants were tragically assassinated by the Bolsheviks, marking the end of the Great Russian Empire.
The reverse of each 10 Ruble features the Imperial Coat of Arms, along with the seal of His Tsarist Majesty: a shielded double eagle, with crowns that represent Russia, Kazan and Astrakhan.
Derived from the Russian word rubit' (руби́ть)—which means to chop—the ruble has been an official form of Russian currency for 500 years. In 1886, a new 10 Ruble was introduced, which circulated in pre-communist Russia and the Soviet Union for more than 25 years. Today, the 10 ruble is composed of brass plated steel, and circulates in Russia, Belarus, South Ossetia, Transnistria and Abkhazia.
Diversify with gold—while owning a piece of the bygone Romanov Dynasty—with a Russia 10 Ruble Gold Coin. Dates are of our choice and designs may vary from those pictured.
|Gold Content||Between .01to 1/4 ozt|