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Each Russian 5 Ruble Coin contains .1244 Troy Ounces of Gold! Coins will arrive in XF or Better Condition. Dates of Our Choice. Designs may vary slightly from pictured.
Minted from 1897 to 1911, Russian 5 Ruble Gold Coins mark the end of Russia’s last imperial dynasty: the House of Romanov. Containing .1244 Troy Ounces of .900 Pure Gold, each Russia 5 Ruble has a diameter of 18mm and will arrive in XF condition or better.
The reverse of each Russia 5 Ruble Gold Coin features the Imperial Coat of Arms, along with the seal of His Tsarist Majesty: a shielded and crowned double eagle, representing Russia, Kazan and Astrakhan.
Also called the pyatyórka (spelled пятёрка in Russian), the obverse of each 5 Ruble Gold Coin bears the left-facing portrait of Nicholas II—the ill-fated last Tsar of Russia.
Ruling from 1896 to 1917, Nicholas’ reign was shrouded in scandal. Several disastrous military campaigns, a withering economy, and his wife, Alexandra’s mysterious relationship with Rasputin (who she believed could heal her son’s hemophilia), led to the February Revolution of 1917.
The Tsar was soon forced to abdicate, and the Romanov Dynasty was replaced by the Russian Provisional Government. In 1918—imprisoned and impoverished—Nicholas, the Empress, their children, and several loyal servants were brutally executed by the Bolsheviks.
An official form of currency for more than 500 years, the ruble was divided into 100 kopeks in 1710. In the early 1800s, the 5 Ruble Gold Coin was introduced, and by the end of the nineteenth century, the Nicholas II 5 Ruble was circulating in the region.
Invest in gold—and history—today. Purchase Russia 5 Ruble Gold Coins from Provident Metals and rest easy knowing your personal information is secure. Dates are of our choice and designs may vary from those pictured.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Gold Content||Between .01to 1/4 ozt|
|Condition||XF or Better|