Table of contents:
- Hybrid coin
- Five-ruble coin 2003
- 2007 50 kopeck coin
- Rublyovka 1997
- Ruble coin of 2003
- Rare ruble and two-ruble coins of 2001 (MMD)
- Two-ruble coin 2003
- Two-ruble coin of 2001 with the image of Yuri Gagarin
- Ten rubles 2010
- Three kopecks 1940
Today, in a handful of coins that you were given for change, you can easily find one expensive one, the cost of which is not even known to everyone. Such money can easily end up in your wallet, although most of it was minted at the mint in order to replenish the collection of some numismatist. Rare coins that become special after a while are obtained from defective money and so-called hybrid coins. Take, for example, a commemorative coin of ten rubles, in which the obverse is from the ruble commemorative coin of the Republic of Moldova, and the reverse is from a coin worth ten rubles.
The catalog includes coins known in several copies, which are legitimate. Usually they are copies that are made at both mints and are not included in the circulation. For example, five-ruble and five-kopeck coins of 1999, a coin of fifty kopecks, five rubles of 2001 and two rubles of 2003. ATthis list can include a large number of varieties of metallic money that have been issued since 2011 (except 2013). Their value is currently undetermined. It will now be significantly different from one auction to another, and will change in both directions. These types of coins in Russia will be the most expensive. The lower limit of the value of such coins will be kept at around one hundred thousand Russian rubles. For example, the price of a ten-ruble coin of 2011, which was sold at a recent auction, reached 105,500 rubles. Based on this, the rare and valuable coins described below will be compiled from the provided modern and commemorative coins, which can be given to you as change in the store.
Five-ruble coin 2003
The price of this five-ruble coin at the end of 2017 and 2018 was ten thousand rubles. In terms of the number of rare copies of multiples of the ruble, there are a lot of such coins in comparison with the rest. In any case, getting this coin in the store is a great success!
2007 50 kopeck coin
This type of coin, which has a rare obverse, like the five-kopeck coin of 2007, occupies the first position. Its distinguishing feature is the wide edging of the obverse, which consists of a pair of rings, because the nickel will not be as large as that of a fifty kopeck coin. At the moment, only a couple of them have been found, and at the auction these coins will cost you seventy thousand.
A five-penny copy of 2006, which is made on ten kopecks, has a slightly lower price. At the time of the manufacture of this coin, it was assumedthat she was covered in dust. However, after examining it by experts, it was confirmed that the coin was made of copper and zinc and fully corresponds to the diameter.
For 10 rubles in 2012 they offer more than twenty thousand. Its reverse was carried out using a stamp, lit up in 2009. It has a thick bottom line at zero that forms a semicircle.
This ruble differs from other rubles of the same coinage in that it has a wide edging. On the side without the eagle, the leaf of the plant on the edge is slightly hidden behind the edging. This is a rather expensive model. Today, its value can reach the mark of eight thousand.
Ruble coin of 2003
This kind of coin of 1 ruble today will cost the buyer 20 thousand Russian rubles. Just yesterday, she was at the top of coins that break all records, but over time, the value drops. In any case, it is the rarest ruble denomination coin of 2003 that ended up in circulation. This refers to the coin of the usual execution. If you got this particular coin, then you are very lucky.
The next rare coin on this list is a two-ruble coin of 2013 with the reverse "Piece 2.2 (Yu.K)". An expert in this field would recommend that you be careful and follow the purchase for wide, smoothed cuts on the top sheet. At the moment, the value of the coin is in the range of 17500-19200 rubles.
When buying a variety of coins of 10 kopecks in 2002, you also need to beneat. Its uniqueness can be determined by the way the letter "M" is located. True connoisseurs will pay you 16,000 rubles for it.
Since 2006, ten and fifty kopeck coins have been minted from plated steel. However, a small part dating from the following year is minted on brass. Thus, 50 kopecks of 2007 were published, which have a smooth edge. This example differs from examples from another decade that were clearly commissioned in that it is legal. Now its price is about 15 thousand Russian rubles, but numismatists believe that this coin is extremely undervalued now, and are in no hurry to sell it.
Rare ruble and two-ruble coins of 2001 (MMD)
These coins rightfully bear the title of one of the rarest, because, in principle, they should not have entered the circulation of funds. Their weight is just over three grams, and the thickness is one and a half millimeters. The edge has about 110 corrugations. The exact value of this coin is now quite difficult to determine, as there are not very many of them.
Two-ruble coin 2003
Just a couple of years ago, this coin could cost the buyer more than 15 thousand rubles. However, after the crisis, its value has decreased significantly due to the reduced number of collectors who want to get it. However, this coin is still considered very rare today.
Two-ruble coin of 2001 with the image of Yuri Gagarin
Its obverse without the image of the mint today will costto the buyer about 12 thousand Russian rubles. Professionals, having examined it, noted that this two-ruble coin was issued by MMD. There is no image of the mint in which it was issued. Its price will largely depend on how safe it will be. When trying to purchase this coin, be careful and beware of fakes - scammers can disguise interference by polishing it or sawing off the logo.
In the varieties of the 50 kopeck coin of 2002, the stamp "1E (Yu.K)" and "1.2B (A.S.)" stand out. These options are determined by the location of the letter "M". The differences are so small that, most likely, the help of a specialist will be needed. The cost will be determined based on the demand for the coin and will vary from seven to fifteen thousand Russian rubles.
An interesting prototype worth two rubles, dated 2009, was recently discovered. These coins are magnetized, although they are covered not with electroplating, but with cupronickel. Their color is similar to the color of five-ruble coins minted in 2009. Rare two-ruble coins can be identified by the type of seam and plating. At the moment, they will cost about eleven thousand Russian rubles. Whether their value will go up or down is not yet clear.
Ten rubles 2010
Ten rubles of 2010 is the most expensive commemorative bimetallic coin. About a hundred thousand of them were issued, and the relative majority settled in Salekhard. The cost of each sample is directly proportionaldependence on appearance, and recently the price of this type of coin of 10 rubles almost exceeded 20 thousand, but after the economic collapse, the solvency of amateur numismatists slightly crippled it.
Three kopecks 1940
3 kopecks - a kind of coin that is not issued today in Russia, but in the USSR such money was in circulation. Often the unusualness lies in the obverse, but this coin is unusual precisely because it has an unusual reverse. It has a flat star on the front side. At the auction "Coins of the Country of the Soviets" they sold one of these in good condition, and they bought it for almost a hundred thousand rubles.