RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1869-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC PROOF-65 Cameo.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1869-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-64.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1871-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-63.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1874-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-63.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1875-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-63 Prooflike.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1876-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-64.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1877-CNB HI. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-64.

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RUSSIA. 3 Rubles, 1880-CNB HO. St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander II. NGC MS-63.

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RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1859-CNB OB. Alexander II. NGC PROOF-62.

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RUSSIA. Merchant Navigation Silver Prize Medal, 1829 (ca. 1855-81). Alexander II. PCGS SPECIMEN-50 G

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1000 - 1500
RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1888-(AT). St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander III. NGC MS-64.

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1000 - 1200
RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1889-(AT). St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander III. NGC MS-65.

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RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1889-(AT). St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander III. NGC MS-63.

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RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1891-(AT). St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander III. NGC MS-64.

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RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1892-(AT). St. Petersburg Mint. Alexander III. NGC MS-62.

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RUSSIA. Ruble, 1849-CNB NA. St. Petersburg Mint. Nicholas I. PCGS MS-63 Gold Shield.

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1400 - 1600
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1842-CNB AY. St. Petersburg Mint. Nicholas I. PCGS PROOF-63+ Gold Shield.

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12000 - 17000
RUSSIA. 5 Rubles, 1847-CNB AT. Nicholas I. NGC PROOF-64+ Ultra Cameo.

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RUSSIA. Platinum 12 Rubles, 1832-CNB. St. Petersburg Mint. Nicholas I. NGC Unc Details--Obverse Graf

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RUSSIA. Coronation of Nicolas I Silver Medal, 1826. NGC MS-62.

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RUSSIA. Ruble, 1803-CNB OB. Alexander I. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

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RUSSIA. Copper 5 Kopeks Novodel (Pattern), 1765-EM. Ekaterinburg Mint. Catherine II. NGC PROOF-66 Br

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RUSSIA. 10 Kopeks, 1778-CNB. St. Petersburg Mint. Catherine II. NGC MS-63.

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RUSSIA. Ruble, 1765-CNB RI. St. Petersburg Mint. Catherine II. NGC MS-62.

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RUSSIA. Copper 2 Kopeks Novodel (Pattern), 1757. Ekaterinburg Mint. Elizabeth. NGC MS-66.

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2000 - 3000
RUSSIA. Polupoltinnik (1/4 Ruble), 1752-MMA E. Moscow Mint. Elizabeth. NGC MS-64.

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1500 - 2000
RUSSIA. Poltina (1/2 Ruble), 1743-MMA. Moscow Mint. Elizabeth. NGC AU-53.

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

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

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2000 - 3000
RUSSIA. Ruble, 1752-MMA E. Moscow Mint. Elizabeth. NGC AU-58.

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1000 - 1500

Lot:21321  1839俄罗斯尼古拉斯一世金币 PCGS SP 62

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS SP62
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 1839俄罗斯尼古拉斯一世金币 PCGS SP 62

RUSSIA. Nicholas I "Reign for Our Glory" Gold Medal, 1839. PCGS SPECIMEN-62 Gold Shield.64.5 mm; 205.32 gms. Dia-547.1 (R-4). By Brasseux.strong VERY RARE/strong. Obverse: Super high relief bare bust of Czar Nicholas I facing right and signed BRASSEUX FT. below the truncation, surrounded by his name and title in French, NICOLAS I EMPEREUR DE TOUTES LES RUSSIES; Reverse: Russian legend translating as "Reign For Our Glory" surrounds an ornate central medallion featuring the upper bodies of Saints Nicholas, Andrew, and Vladimir, as well as Saint George on horseback slaying the dragon, all supporting the 4 corners of an open book inscribed in Russian "Code of Laws." The outer circumference of the medallion is decorated with symbols of the military and the arts, the 12 oclock position of the central medallion surmounted by a standard capped by the Russian imperial eagle. The entire reverse is meant to evoke the Glory of Russia, and perhaps a better description of the medal combines both obverse and legends to read "Nicholas I, Emperor of All Russia, Who Reigns For Our Glory." This example, the only which we have seen in gold, boasts rich yellow coloration and fully brilliant surfaces, with some wispy hairlines in the fields that are far less obvious than one might expect from PCGS grade of SP-62. Altogether, a noble example of this superb medal, listed in gold and copper in Diakov; an essentially identical variant, listed as Diakov 547.2, features a legend-less obverse and a dated reverse and is listed in silver and copper. In fact, of all the medals he could have chosen, Diakov chose the reverse of 547.2 to adorn the cover of Volume 4 of his masterful multi-volume references on Russian medals, a testament to the beauty and symbolism of this design. The Brasseux family were medalists in Europe in the mid 19th century, and this is not the only medal of Russian interest to emanate from their shop, Forrer noting a medal of Count Demidoff, who was born in Russia but who spent most of his life in Western Europe. It would be interesting if he himself commissioned this medal from the Brasseux family.