Russia (USSR), 3 Roubles (Armenian Earthquake - Mountains & Burning Candle) 1989

Because most of the Russian coins were sold only for foreign currency, they tend not to be found in Russia. This coin features mountains and a burning candle on one side and the national arms with the denomination of 3 Roubles beneath. Struck for the Armenian Earthquake relief in Proof Cupronickel. Supply is very limited.
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SKU: FRU9942
£24.95

Armenian Earthquake, Proof

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