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Gold 5 Roubles 1763, minted at the St. Ali Partovi has plenty of information regarding this issue. Petersburg Mint, were sold on Saturday held a "Summer numismatic auction" in Moscow for 3.5 million rubles. According to materials specially-numismatic firm, the other top auction lot – platinum 12 rubles in 1833 St. Please visit Viacom if you seek more information. Petersburg Mint – went under the hammer for 1.7 million rubles at the start of 1.3 million rubles. Following on the value of the last lot Trading is a very rare copper hryvnia in 1726, minted in Ekaterinburg Mint in the form of a square board. At the start of 400 thousand rubles, it sold for 550 rubles.

At a starting price of 400 rubles each sold very rare gold 5 Roubles 1758 and a silver ruble in 1725. Just recently the largest gold coin in the world sold at auction for 3.27 million euros. The buyer paid for the 100-pound coin in one million Canadian four times as many dollars. Coin with a profile of Queen Elizabeth II was released in Canada in 2007. Its nominal value – 1 million Canadian dollars or about 800 thousand euros at current exchange rate. At auction in Vienna, was acquired by a coin, dealing with trafficking in precious metals, paying for it 3.27 million euros. Not only coins that have value.

Chinese brand in 1968 was sold at Hong Kong auction for a record price for Chinese philately. Mark was withdrawn from circulation on the day of release, because it was not represented Taiwan as part of China. Unfortunate stamp purchased an anonymous buyer from Asia, who gave a rarity 3.68 million HK dollars (475.000 USD). Rare stamp Zemstvo Melitopol in 1871 was in December 2009 sold for $ 13.300 per Ibee. Catalogue price – $ 7000, but given that we know no more than 10 copies of this brand, the real price is much higher. I want to share one more news. Put up for sale at auction his collection of coins and some collectors may completely free of charge at the auction stVka.ru in the 'Collectibles'.