Russia, 5 Roubles (St. Petersburg Palace) 1990 Unc

Russia, 5 Roubles 1990, St. Petersburg Palace, Uncirculated. Russian commemoratives in Uncirculated condition are more difficult to find for collectors than Proofs. The Proofs were exported as a source of hard currency and therefore were put away, the Uncirculated coins were meant to circulate and most of them did just that. We have a number of the Russian 5 rouble commemorative coins, issued in 1990 featuring St. Petersburg Palace, issued under the USSR in Uncirculated condition. I ask you to seriously consider these. They are more difficult to find than the Proof coins and is now over 27 years old.
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