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  USSR - 1 Kopek 1941. Y# 105. MS-65 by NGC - Soviet Coins
USSR - 1 Kopek 1941. Y# 105. MS-65 by NGC - Soviet Coins  USSR / Soviet Union - 1 Kopek 1941. MS-65 certified by NGC. Full of lustre not shown on the picture
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Weight0.90 g
Year 1941
Metal Aluminium-Bronze
Grade MS-65; UNC
Price: US$147.70

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