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Russian Palladium Ballerina

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Published February 04, 2015
Russian Ballerina Palladium Coins

Drawing from a long prestigious history of ballet, The Russian Palladium Ballerina coins offer a tribute to the country's authority and influence on dancers, composers and choreographers. Palladium is a rare, silvery-white metal in the platinum family. Russia is home to more than half of the world's supply, despite the country keeping the amount and status of its supply a secret. The Russian Palladium Ballerina Coins were struck at the Moscow Mint with .999 fine palladium . It is legal tender in Russia and has a face value of either 5, 10 or 25 roubles. The coins depict a dancing ballerina on one side and a Soviet Union symbol on the other with each mintage year featuring a different ballerina.

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Coin Specifications

Coin Specifications
Mintage 1989 - 1991
Mint Moscow Mint
Weight & Denominations 1989 31.1g coin (25 Roubles), 1990 15.5g coin (10 Roubles), 1990 15.55g coin (25 Roubles), 1991 7.87g coin (5 Roubles), 1991 15.55g coin (10 Roubles), 1991 31.1g coin (25 Roubles)
Obverse Dancing ballerina
Reverse Soviet Union symbol with mintage year featuring a different ballerina
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