The Russia 10 Roubles Gold coins were minted during the reign of Tsar Nicholas II, from 1898-1911. Each coin has an actual gold weight of .2489 troy ounces and has a face value of 10 Roubles.
The obverse of the Russia 10 Roubles Gold Coins have an effigy of Nicholas II, the last Tsar of Russia. His image is surrounded by Russian text. The reverse of the coin is the Tsarist seal and Imperial coat of arms. This is a double headed-eagle, with three crowns as representation of Astrakhan, Kazan and Russia. The shield on the eagle has an image of a horseman slaying a dragon.
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