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  Catherine II, the Great - Grivennik (10 Kopeks) 1769. VF-30+. C# 61a3 Russian Coins
Catherine II, the Great - Grivennik (10 Kopeks) 1769. VF-30+.  C# 61a3 Russian Coins  Catherine II, The Great - Grivennik (10 Kopeks) 1769. VF-30+. St. Petersburg Mint (СПБ).
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Weight2.10 g
Year 1769
Metal Silver
Grade VF-30+
Mint Mark СПБ
Purity 0.750
Price: US$138.70

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