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  USSR - Poltinnik 1926 Y# 89.1. MS-63 by NGC - Russian Coins
USSR - Poltinnik 1926 Y# 89.1. MS-63 by NGC - Russian Coins  USSR - Poltinnik (50 Kopeks) 1926. MS-63 certified by NGC. Rare in this grade. Leningrad Mint - P.V. Latishev Mint Official (ПЛ)
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Weight9.99 g
Year 1926
Mintage 24,374,000
Metal Silver
Grade MS-63 ; UNC
Mint Mark ПЛ
Purity 0.900
Price: US$244.50

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