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    U.S.S.R. silver Pattern 50 Kopecks 1924 London Mint, Plain Edge, Worker and anvil/National arms, Kaim page 140, Proof 63 NGC. Boldly struck with subdued mirrored fields beneath the rather heavy silver-gray obverse toning and reddish-gray reverse toning. For accuracy we must mention a rim bump at 3 o'clock on the obverse. An extremely rare Pattern issue. The only other example we have seen was sold in January of 2007 by Dmitry Markov, Lot 1379, Ex: Goodman and Ex: Hesselgesser. It was certified Proof 62 by NGC and sold for $17,000.

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    January, 2012
    2nd-3rd Monday-Tuesday
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