Russia, Nicholas I Patina 1825 Pewter

This Russian Patina or retro pattern was issued for Czar Nicholas I (1825-1855). Retro-dated 1825, this is his Accession Rouble. Each is full crownsized and struck in Proof Pewter, a most difficult metal to work with, so the mintage was greatly restricted.
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SKU: PAT0136
£14.50
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