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  USSR - 2 Kopek 1985 . XF-40 - Soviet Coins
USSR - 2 Kopek 1985 . XF-40 - Soviet Coins  USSR - 2 Kopek 1985 . XF-40 - Soviet Coins

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Weight2.00 g
Year 1985
Metal Brass
Grade XF-40
Price: US$1.00

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