The desire to magically get rich at least once in life appeared in each of us. Over the past few years, messages have regularly appeared on the Internet and in a number of other media that we probably hold the treasure in our hands every day, without suspecting it. Valuable and rare coins of modern Russia are considered such a “treasure”. They are given to us for change in a store or public transport. It is a trifle that most often lies in piggy banks. We often consider iron money an unnecessary burden and treat it without much trepidation.
Is it really so easy to find modern rare coins of Russia? As the analysis of many forums of numismatists, and our own observations, shows, an expensive trifle fully justifies its name. In the store, get the coveted money and in an instant break all-in, if possible, then only hypothetically. Rare coins of modern Russia are really difficult to find, so if you get such a chance, you can consider yourself a favorite of fortune. Most often, change money does not cost more than its face value, but, nevertheless, it is quite possible to know what a trifle can bring.tangible income, it will not be superfluous.
So, below we list only some of the rare coins of modern Russia. The undoubted leader in this rating, of course, is the famous five-ruble note, allegedly issued in 1999. Since the fact of the existence of only one copy has actually been confirmed to date, it can be assumed that this is either a unique copy or a grandiose fiction. However, if you suddenly come across one, you can consider yourself rich in the amount of 100 thousand rubles.
Coins with a face value of 1-5 rubles, on which
will be 2003 release. As follows from the information, they were released in a very limited edition, therefore they are of value to numismatists. These rare coins of modern Russia can cost from 5 to 10 thousand rubles.
Another rather interesting and expensive copy was released in 1997. This is a one-ruble coin with a wide flat or stepped edge. They say that you can get about two thousand for it.
Very inexpensive, but much more expensive than their real value are various commemorative coins, the so-called "walker". These are, for example, ten-ruble bimetallic specimens from the Cities of Russia series, etc.
If we talk about how to find among a large number of little things really
a valuable specimen, then there can be only one answer: do not waste it without a thorough study.Probably, right now you have in your pocket not 7 rubles, but several thousand. Only a professional can give a correct assessment and name the real value that you can get by selling rare coins of modern Russia. However, often they can voice a deliberately lower cost, wanting to purchase a rare copy at a profit. Study the forums, listen to the advice of more experienced fellow collectors, do not rush to sell immediately. Believe me, if your coin is really rare, then there will certainly be a buyer for it.
Separately, I would like to note that if rare coins of modern Russia are quite difficult to find, then you can get quite a tangible benefit by selling ordinary "copper". Beginning collectors quite often purchase sets of ordinary coins in excellent condition, collected by year of issue (the so-called "weather pattern").