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Russian Imperial 5 Roubles Gold Coin (1741-1917)
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The Russian Imperial 5 Roubles Gold Coin, minted between 1741 and 1917, is a highly sought-after collectible that showcases the rich history and grandeur of the Russian Empire. These coins were struck during the reigns of various Russian monarchs, including Elizabeth, Catherine II, Paul I, Alexander I, Nicholas I, Alexander II, Alexander III, and Nicholas II. Composed of 90% pure gold, the 5 Roubles coin typically weighs around 6.54 grams and measures approximately 23 millimeters in diameter. The obverse of the coin features a portrait of the reigning monarch, while the reverse displays the imperial coat of arms, which includes the double-headed eagle symbolizing the unity of the European and Asian portions of the Russian Empire. These coins serve as tangible reminders of Russia's imperial past and are prized by collectors and history enthusiasts worldwide for their historical significance, rarity, and intrinsic value.
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