Russia (USSR), 5 Roubles 1990 Urspenki Cathedral CN

We have offered Russian commemorative coins a number of times in Proof condition and they look great in Proof. But, it is the Uncirculated coins that are more difficult to find for collectors. 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 small number of these 1990 5 Roubles Russian commemorative coins issued under the USSR in Uncirculated condition and I ask you to seriously consider these. They feature the Upenski Cathedral and Krause do not even show a photograph. They are more difficult to find than the Proof coins and most of these are about 30 years old.
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£9.95
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