RUSSIA. Ruble, 1741-CNB. Elizabeth (1741-62). NGC AU-53.

RUSSIA.

25000- 35000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1750-CNB. Elizabeth (1740-60). PCGS MS-61 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1200- 1600
RUSSIA.

RUSSIA.

15000- 20000
RUSSIA. Livonia & Estonia. 96 Kopek (Ruble), 1757. Elizabeth (1741-61). NGC EF-45.

RUSSIA.

3500- 4500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1759-CNB RI. Elizabeth I (1741-61). PCGS EF-45 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Novodel Pattern Ruble, 1762-CNB. Peter III (1761-62). NGC EF-40.

RUSSIA.

6000- 8000
RUSSIA. 10 Ruble, 1764-CNB. Catherine II (the Great) (1762-96). NGC EF-45.

RUSSIA.

5000- 7000
RUSSIA. 5 Ruble, 1774-CNB. Catherine II (the Great) (1762-96). NGC AU Details--Edge Filing.

RUSSIA.

2000- 3000
RUSSIA. 10 Kopek (Grivennik), 1801-AI. PCGS MS-62 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

2000- 2500
RUSSIA. Discovery & Loyalty Silver Award Medal, 1819. PCGS SP-50 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. 6 Ruble, 1830-CNB. PCGS EF-40 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

6000- 8000
RUSSIA. 3 Ruble, 1835-CNB. PCGS EF-40 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. 5 Ruble, 1841-CNB AY. NGC MS-65.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. 2 Kopek, 1848-MW. Warsaw Mint. PCGS MS-62 BN Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

2500- 3500
RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1850-CNB NA. PCGS PROOF-65 CAMEO Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

9000- 12000
RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1738-CNB. Anna (1730-40). PCGS AU-50 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1500- 2000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1738. Anna (1730-40). PCGS AU-58 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1736. Anna (1730-40). NGC AU-53.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1722. Peter I (the Great) (1689-1725). NGC AU-50.

RUSSIA.

2500- 3500
RUSSIA. Ruble, (1721). Peter I (the Great) (1689-1725). NGC EF-40.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1710(1/0). Peter I (the Great) (1689-1725). PCGS VF-35 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

15000- 20000
RUSSIA. Tynf (12 Kopek), 1707-IL L. Peter I (the Great) (1689-1725).. NGC FINE-15.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Tynf (12 Kopek), 1707-IL L. Peter I (the Great) (1689-1725). NGC MS-63.

RUSSIA.

15000- 20000
RUSSIA. 1/4 Ducat, 1654. Alexei Mikhailovich (1645-76). PCGS Genuine--Bent, AU Details Secure Holder

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. 1/4 Ducat, 1654. Alexei Mikhailovich (1645-76). PCGS AU-50 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1500- 2000
RUSSIA. 1/4 Ducat Novodel, ND, Michael Feodorovich (1613-1645). PCGS AU-58 Secure Holder.

RUSSIA.

1000- 1500
RUSSIA. Antique Vase and Wire Money Hoard, ND (ca. 16th Century).

RUSSIA.

18000- 22000
RUSSIA. Kiev. Grivna Ingot, ND (ca. 11th-13th Century). VERY FINE.

RUSSIA.

1500- 2000
ROMANIA. 100 Lei, 1932. Paris Mint. NGC PROOF-67.

ROMANIA

2800- 3200
RHODESIA. 5 Pounds, 1966. NGC PROOF-65.

RHODESI

1400- 1700

Lot:21327  1741年俄罗斯伊万六世银币 NGC AU 55

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相 NGC AU55
拍品估价 USD 50000- 75000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2018年1月纽约-世界钱币#E 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-01-14 07:30:00 结标日期 2018-01-14 11:30:00 拍卖状态 流拍
拍品描述 1741年俄罗斯伊万六世银币 NGC AU 55

KM-207.2 (for type); Dav-1676 (for type); Bitkin-unlisted; Diakov-unlisted; Severin-1363; Uzdenikov-unlisted; Michailovitch-unlisted. <strong>EXCEPTIONALLY RARE</strong>. Legend ends significantly further underneath the bust than the standard type, fine denticles. Exceptional surfaces accompanying crisp strike details. Gorgeous tone with rose gold hues. Lustrous and thoroughly attractive, this piece is worthy of the most sophisticated collection.<p>Emperor Ivan VI Antonovich of Russia, was born in August, 1740 to Duchess Anna Leopoldovna (niece of Empress Anna of Russia). Empress Anna, aged 47 in 1740 was in ailing health and without a clear successor to the throne. She wished to secure the line of her father, Tsar Ivan V (co-regent with Emperor Peter I) while simultaneously excluding any descendants of Emperor Peter I from ruling. To achieve this, Empress Anna adopted the newborn Ivan VI Antonovich and named him successor to the role of Emperor of Russia. Empress Anna died in October, 1740 leaving the eight month old Ivan VI as Emperor with a German noble (Ernst Johann von Biron) as regent. Biron acted as regent for a mere three weeks, before he was replaced by Ivan IVs mother. Just over a year into his reign, Elizabeth, daughter of Emperor Peter I rallied the Russian guard regiments and overthrew the government and ascended as Empress Elizabeth in December, 1741. Elizabeth had Ivan VI and his mother arrested and imprisoned. They were kept in increasingly secretive prisons, with Ivan VI isolated from his family. He was just four years old when he was sent to Kholmogory in northern Russia. There he remained for twelve years, seeing no one but his jailor. Rumors of his imprisonment spread, and he was transferred to a more secure location in 1756 where he was more rigorously guarded and even the fortress commander did not know the identity of the imprisoned Emperor. Emperor Peter III sympathized with Ivan VI, going so far as to visit him and seemed willing to help Ivan VI but was assassinated before he could aid him. When Catherine II ascended the throne, she put in place even more strict orders regarding Ivan VI that he was not to be educated by his guards and be referred to as "the nameless one". Finally, if any attempt was made to free him or relocate him (even with documentation from Catherine II) Ivan VI was to be executed immediately. Despite nearly twenty years of solitary confinement, Ivan VI was aware of his true identity as Emperor, and the knowledge of his presence in the prison spread to other officers in the garrison. An attempt was made to free him, which was quickly foiled due to the secretive orders issued by Empress Catherine II. The conspirators were executed alongside Ivan VI, and the young exiled Emperor was buried quietly inside the fortress. This grisly act secured Catherine IIs position as Empress, and ended the decades of mental anguish Ivan VI endured. NGC AU-55. Ex: Sincona AG Auction 12 10/13, lot# 1559.<p>Ex: World-Wide Coins of California Auction XLIV 11/03, lot# 326.<p>Ex: Leonid Soedermann Collection.