Russia, Nicholas I, 1825 Patina Rouble Silver Proof

Retro-Patina proof silver Rouble of Czar Nicholas I. Low mintage only 170 pieces.
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAT0135

This handsome Patina retro-pattern is of Czar Nicholas I, who became the Czar in 1825 and he was on the throne until 1855. You have the very high relief bust of the Czar on one side with extremely long sideburns. The reverse has a crowned double headed eagle the symbol of Imperial Russia. In this case the eagle is a bit larger than normal and the wings are more spread apart. Struck in Proof Sterling Silver and with a mintage of just 170 pieces this Patina Rouble deserves to be in your collection.


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