RUSSIA. Ruble, 1720-OK (Cyrillic date: ≠AΨK). Kadashevsky (Moscow) Mint. Peter I (The Great). PCGS A

RUSSIA.

1500 - 2000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1720-OK (Cyrillic date: ≠AΨK). Kadashevsky (Moscow) Mint. Peter I (The Great). PCGS G

RUSSIA.

5000 - 6000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1723. Red (Moscow) Mint. Peter I (The Great). PCGS EF-45 Gold Shield.

RUSSIA.

1500 - 2000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1723. Red (Moscow) Mint. Peter I (the Great). NGC MS-61+.

RUSSIA.

3500 - 4500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1723. Red (Moscow) Mint. Peter I (The Great). PCGS EF-45 Gold Shield.

RUSSIA.

1000 - 1500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1726. Red (Moscow) Mint. Catherine I. NGC EF-45.

RUSSIA.

1000 - 1500
RUSSIA. Gold 2 Rubles Novodel (Pattern), 1727. Peter II. NGC MS-62.

RUSSIA.

26000 - 32000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1734. Anna. NGC MS-61.

RUSSIA.

1800 - 2600
RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1756. Elizabeth. NGC AU Details--Reverse Tooled.

RUSSIA.

25000 - 30000
RUSSIA. Ducat, 1751 MAP:13. Elizabeth. PCGS Genuine--Bent, VF Details Gold Shield.

RUSSIA.

15000 - 20000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1743-CNB. St. Petersburg Mint. Elizabeth. NGC MS-62.

RUSSIA.

3000 - 4000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1752-MMA E. Moscow Mint. Elizabeth. NGC AU-58.

RUSSIA.

1000 - 1500
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1755-CNB RI. St. Petersburg Mint. Elizabeth. NGC MS-61.

RUSSIA.

2000 - 3000
RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1742-CNB. St. Petersburg Mint. Elizabeth. NGC AU-53.

RUSSIA.

3000 - 4000
RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1743-MMA. Moscow Mint. Elizabeth. NGC AU-53.

RUSSIA.

2500 - 3500
ROMANIA. 20 Lei, 1940. Bucharest Mint. NGC Unc Details--Obverse Damage.

ROMANIA

1600 - 2400
ROMANIA. 5 Lei, 1881-B. Bucharest Mint. Carol I. PCGS MS-61 Gold Shield.

ROMANIA

800 - 1200
PUERTO RICO. 5 Centavos, 1896-PG V. Alfonso XIII. PCGS MS-67.

PUERTO

1500 - 2000
PUERTO RICO. Copper 10 Centimos Pattern, 1890. Barcelona Mint. Alfonso XIII. PCGS SPECIMEN-65 Red Br

PUERTO

3500 - 5000
PUERTO RICO. Peso, 1895-PG V. Alfonso XIII. PCGS MS-62.

PUERTO

1500 - 2000
PORTUGAL. Peca (7500 Reis), 1834. Maria II. NGC MS-63.

PORTUGA

2200 - 2600
PORTUGAL. Peca (6400 Reis), 1802. Lisbon Mint. Joao as Prince Regent. NGC MS-61.

PORTUGA

3600 - 4200
PORTUGAL. Copper 2 Cruzados Pattern, 1650. Joao IV. NGC VF-35 Brown.

PORTUGA

1000 - 1500
PORTUGAL. Cruzado (400 Reais), ND (1521-57). Lisbon Mint. Joao III. NGC AU-55.

PORTUGA

1500 - 2000
PORTUGAL. Cruzado (400 Reais), ND (1521-57). Lisbon Mint. Joao III. NGC MS-62.

PORTUGA

1800 - 2400
POLAND. Danzig. 25 Gulden, 1930. Berlin Mint. ICG MS-65.

POLAND.

2200 - 2600
POLAND. Danzig. 25 Gulden, 1930. Berlin Mint. NGC MS-65.

POLAND.

2200 - 2600
POLAND. Danzig. Medallic 4 Ducats, ND (ca. 1648). Danzig Mint, by: Johann Hohn. Johann Casimir. EXTR

POLAND.

5000 - 10000
POLAND. Lithuania. 5 Ducats, 1622. Vilnius Mint. Sigismund III. PCGS Genuine--Mount Removed, AU Deta

POLAND.

25000 - 35000
POLAND. 200000 Zlotych, 1989-MW. Warsaw Mint. NGC PROOF-68 Ultra Cameo.

POLAND.

30000 - 40000

Lot:21294  1719俄罗斯彼得一世金章 NGC AU 55

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 NGC AU55
拍品估价 USD 80000 - 100000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2020年1月纽约#C-世界钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2020-01-19 07:30:00 结标日期 2020-01-19 11:30:00 拍卖状态 流拍
拍品描述 1719俄罗斯彼得一世金章 NGC AU 55

RUSSIA. Capture of Three Swedish Frigates Gold Medal, 1719. Peter I (The Great). NGC AU-55.45mm; 69.12 gms. Dia-55.5 (R4). By O. Kalashnikov. Commemorating the capture of three Swedish frigates on May 24, 1719. Obverse: Laureate, draped, and armored bust right; Reverse: Naval battle scene, with numerous Russian and Swedish ships clashing with one another. A well struck and strongINCREDIBLY /strongstrongRARE/strong medal with abundant remaining luster, medium golden tone, and great detail on the bust and naval battle scene. A few stray hairlines and light marks appear in the obverse fields, but do not detract from its majesty and allure.This medal was decreed by Peter I himself as a set of 67 such pieces of different weights and sizes, and awarded to officers who took part in the battle. The victory occurred during the summer campaign of 1719, when Russian ships and troops sailed from Finland to attack the Swedish coast. The expedition was led by General-Admiral Fyodor Apraksin, who had been charged with conducting military actions against the Swedes during the period 1710-1720, and had been appointed governor of Estonia and other conquered provinces at this time. During the battle in question, the Russians caught the Swedish ships by surprise near the island of Saaremaa (Osel). It was the first Russian naval victory that did not involve ramming or boarding.This wonderful specimen purportedly emanates from the collection of Grand Duke George Mikhailovich Romanov, second cousin to Czar Nicholas II, cousin to Alexander III, nephew to Alexander II, and grandson to Nicholas I. The Grand Duke was executed by the Bolsheviks in 1917 and his collection was smuggled out of Russia by the Russian White Army. It was meant to be auctioned in Switzerland in 1939 by the auction firm of A. Hess, but this sale was cancelled due to the outbreak of World War II, many of the contents eventually being transferred to England and sold by Christies in 1950. The US dealer Jack Klausen attended this auction and bought a large portion of the gold medals, some of which were subsequently sold off and the balance ended up in the Superior Moreira Auction, Part II (December 1988).Ex: Bonhams (6/2015) Lot # 1109.Ex: Tsarina Collection (Bonhams - 12/2010) Lot # 1011.Ex: Spink Taisei (10/1992) Lot # 326.Ex: Grand Duke George Mikhailovich Collection (purportedly)