1697年彼得首次欧洲寻访银章 PCGS SP 53

1697年彼得

20000-25000
RUSSIA. (1/2 Ruble) Polinta Novodel, 1702. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS SP-53 Secure Holder

RUSSIA.

4000-5000
RUSSIA. Ruble, ND (1704). Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS EF-40.

RUSSIA.

7000-9000
RUSSIA. 1/2 Ruble (Poltina), (1707). Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS AU-55 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

7000-9000
RUSSIA. Kopek, ND (1709)-BK. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). NGC AU-55 BN.

RUSSIA.

2400-2800
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1710-H. Kadashevsky Mint. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). NGC FINE-15.

RUSSIA.

11000-13000
RUSSIA. Capture of Kexholm Silver Medal, ND (1710). Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS SP-62 Secu

RUSSIA.

1500-2000
1716年俄罗斯彼得一世金币 PCGS AU 55

1716年俄罗

35000-50000
1/2 Ruble (Poltina), ND (1719)-L. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS Genuine--Cleaning, EF Detail

1/2 Rub

1000-1500
RUSSIA. Sun Ruble, 1724-CNB. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS EF-40 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

2000-3000
RUSSIA. 2 Ruble, 1724. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS Genuine--Polished, AU Details Secure Ho

RUSSIA.

9000-12000
Sun Ruble, 1725-CNB. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCGS VF-35 Secure Holder.

Sun Rub

1000-1500
RUSSIA. Death of Peter the Great Silver Jeton, 1725. Catherine I (1725-27). PCGS SP-62 Secure Holder

RUSSIA.

1500-2000
RUSSIA. Kopek, 1728. Peter II (1727-30). PCGS MS-65 BN.

RUSSIA.

3000-4000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1728. Kadashevsky Mint. Peter II (1727-30). NGC MS-62.

RUSSIA.

6000-7500
RUSSIA. Contemporary Counterfeit Yefimok, 1655. Alexei Mikhailovich (1645-76). PCGS VF-20.

RUSSIA.

1000-1500
RUSSIA. Yefimok, 1655. Alexei Mikhailovitch (1645-76). PCGS EF-45.

RUSSIA.

2000-3000
RUSSIA. Kiev. Grivna Ingot, ND (ca. 11th to 13th Century). VERY FINE.

RUSSIA.

1000-1500
RUSSIA. Srebrenik, ND. Sviatopolk I, Grand Prince of Kiev (1015-19). VERY FINE.

RUSSIA.

7000-9000
RUSSIA. Srebrenik, ND. Vladimir Sviatoslavich as Grand Prince of Kiev (980-1015). CHOICE VERY FINE.

RUSSIA.

5000-7000
ROMANIA. 100 Lei, 1906. NGC MS-63.

ROMANIA

4500-6500
ROMANIA. 50 Lei, 1906. NGC AU-55.

ROMANIA

1000-1500
ROMANIA. 50 Lei, 1906. NGC MS-61.

ROMANIA

2000-3000
RHODES. Ducat, ND. Pierre dAubusson (1476-1503). NGC AU-58.

RHODES.

2000-2500
PORTUGAL. 10,000 Reis (Coroa), 1886. PCGS MS-64 Secure Holder.

PORTUGA

1000-1500
PORTUGAL. 4 Escudos (Peca), 1835. PCGS MS-61 Secure Holder.

PORTUGA

1000-1500
PORTUGAL. 4 Escudos (Peca), 1834. PCGS MS-62 Secure Holder.

PORTUGA

1800-2200
PORTUGAL. 4 Escudos (Peca), 1828. PCGS AU-58 Secure Holder.

PORTUGA

3000-4000
PORTUGAL. 4,000 Reis, 1704. Lisbon Mint. Pedro II (1683-1706). NGC MS-64.

PORTUGA

2600-3500
POLAND. DANZIG. 25 Gulden, 1930. ICG MS-65. WINGS Approved.

POLAND.

1800-2200

Lot:3303  RUSSIA. Capture of Azov Medal Struck in Gold by S. Yudin, 1696. Peter I (The Great) (1689-1725). PCG

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 20000-25000 成交价 USD 32900
拍卖专场 SBP2017年1月纽约-世界钱币II 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2017-01-15 07:30:00 结标日期 2017-01-15 12:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 51 mm. Dia-5.2. 19th century copy. Originals of this medal by F. Alexeev in gold are unknown to the cataloger and not listed in the major references. Facing laureate and armored bust, legend around; Reverse: View of the city and fortress of Azov bombarded from sea and shore. The Azov campaigns of 1695-96 led to the establishment of the Imperial Russian Fleet. The Azov sea located west of the Crimean Peninsula and is connected to the Black sea by the Strait of Kerch. The first campaign began in the spring of 1695 and after several unsuccessful attempts to take the fortress the Russian military forces withdrew. Though the Russians were unable to take the fortress of Azov in 1695, once withdrawn they immediately began preparations for a second assault. By the spring of 1696 a fleet of ships had been built and ready to blockade the fortress preventing needed supplies and garrison reinforcements. The new Russian Fleet arrived May 27 and was able to block Azov, three weeks later on June 14 the Turkish fleet arrived and after losing two ships in combat retreated. The Azov garrison surrendered on July 19 only after the capture of the external rampart and massive bombardment from land and sea. The capture of Azov proved to be significant and marked the beginning of Russias maritime power. Interesting and historically significant. Sharply struck with the minute details well defined. Minor contact marks with flashy proof-like surfaces subdued by light wispy hairlines. Light attractive peripheral toning..PCGS SP-62 Secure Holder..PCGS #607816..