Russia (USSR), Archangel Michael Cathedral, 5 Roubles, 1991. Unc

Small crownsized Russian commemorative 5 Roubles in uncirculated codition.
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SKU: FRU9994
£9.95

It is most unusual to have a Russian commemorative 5 Rouble in Uncirculated condition, as most of the coins we see are in Proof. This is a coin that was actually struck for circulation and real usage, not one for collectors only.
It is a 5 Rouble issued under the USSR or Russia, in 1991 for the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael in Moscow. You have the Cathedral on one side and the hammer and sickle with CCCP or USSR, as we know it, on the other side.
These 5 Roubles are almost crownsized and when they were issued you were not allowed to take them out of the country.

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