274. Silver coin of one ruble from 1801. Paul I (1796-1801)

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Silver coin of one ruble from 1801. Paul I (1796-1801)

One ruble coin from 1801. Paul I (1796-1801) Obverse: In the center there is a cross-shaped monogram consisting of 4 letters “P” topped with imperial crowns and a Roman numeral “I” in the center. Along the edge there is a circular inscription: “COIN PRICE RUBLE 1801.”, divided into 4 parts by imperial crowns. Reverse: In the center there is a cartouche with an inscription in four lines: “NOT US” “NOT US” “AND THE NAME” “THY.” Below the inscription are the letters: on the left - S.M., the designation of the St. Petersburg Mint, on the right - A.I, the initials of mintmaster Alexei Ivanov. Silver. Weight: 20.50 grams
Condition: Condition of use
Material: Silver
Product sizes: Height - 3.7cm, Width - 3.7cm, Depth - 0.02cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Country: Russia
Period: At the turn of the 18th -19th century
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