1975-1982 Russia 10 Rouble (Chervonetz) Gold Coin

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Discover the allure of a unique piece of Soviet history with the Soviet Russia 10 Rouble Gold Chervonetz. This exceptional collection encapsulates a fascinating period of Soviet economic strategy, featuring the last Gold 10 Roubles coin struck by the Soviet Union. Renowned for their rarity and historical significance, these coins represent a bold deviation from Lenin’s initial dismissal of gold’s value, marking a desperate yet ingenious effort to infuse the Soviet economy with much-needed wealth from abroad.

 

Key Features :

  • Each coin weighs nearly a quarter ounce, minted in .2489 ounces of 90% gold, embodying the rich heritage of Soviet minting practices.
  • The design features a Russian farmer sowing grain, symbolizing agricultural prosperity, against the backdrop of a factory, highlighting industrial advancement.
  • The term “Chervonetz,” meaning “red coin,” refers to the coin’s high gold purity, which imparts a distinctive red shimmer.
  • These coins, minted during a time of economic hardship and political turmoil, were intended for international sale, aimed at bolstering the Soviet economy.
  • Despite nearly 7 million coins being minted between 1975 and 1982, their whereabouts remained a mystery until a recent discovery of a previously unknown hoard in pristine condition.

 

The historical backdrop of these coins is as intriguing as their design. Minted after the Russian Revolution during a period when the Soviet Union was grappling with severe economic challenges, these Gold Chervonetz coins represent a critical strategy for acquiring foreign capital. The decision to mint gold coins after Lenin’s initial renunciation of gold’s value underscores the complexities and ironies of Soviet economic policies. This collection not only embodies a rich narrative of Soviet history but also captures the resilience and ingenuity of a nation in the face of adversity.

 

The obverse side of each coin showcases a Russian farmer sowing seeds, a powerful symbol of agricultural vitality and the promise of future growth. This imagery, set against the industrial silhouette of a factory, speaks to the Soviet Union’s aspirations for economic renewal and progress.

 

On the reverse side, the specificity of the design remains a testament to the era’s artistic sensibilities and political messages. While the original details are not provided, it’s typical for such coins to feature state emblems or inscriptions that celebrate national identity, achievements, or ideological tenets, further embedding these items within the fabric of Soviet history.

 

In the realm of precious metals, the Soviet Russia 10 Rouble Gold Chervonetz stands as a testament to history’s whispers, offering not just wealth but a narrative woven in gold. Each coin, with its enigmatic past, serves as a bridge to a bygone era, encapsulating the tumult and ambition of Soviet efforts on the global stage. This coin doesn’t merely represent an investment in gold—it’s an investment in the stories and mysteries that have shaped our world, making it a singular beacon for collectors and historians alike.

Date

1975-1982

Mint

Russian Mint

Precious Metal

Gold

Metal Content

0.2489 Troy Ounce

Purity

.900 Fine

Denomination

10 Roubles

Condition

AU (Almost Uncirculated)

Diameter

22.6 mm

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