Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Dougmeister, Aug 20, 2014.
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Edit: jj's got it.
it looked Russian...
0.322 oz of silver. In this condition, is it worth any more than melt?
In his defense, Russia is famous for the double eagle. As are about nine other countries.
Agree, the double headed eagle often leads people to think Russia but it's even been used on an Italian coin (Venice 1802 1 1/2 Lire)
And I only glanced at the writing, witch, in my defense, also looks russian, at a glance.
Seems to go for melt or a $1 or $2 above on ebay
Valid, but not exactly helpful for someone who doesn't know what it is. This poor fellow could've spent hours searching Russian coins trying to find it!
VF-$BV XF-$12.00 UNC-$15.00 BU-$20.00
not sure what your coin grade is ? VF ?
But there were no coins from Russia in 1964 (when that coin was issued). And the USSR used a different emblem then ...
Also see here - and if you continue reading that topic, you will also learn why the woman was also depicted on a Danish coin.
Constantine / Anna Maria / Rulers / of the / Hellenes
...or it might be Constantine / Anna Maria / Queen / of the / Hellenes
My Greek ain't great.
Read clockwise from the bottom left.
Separate names with a comma.