1 oz Russian Ballerina Palladium Coins
With Palladium coins that depict Princess Odette from the famous ballet, Swan Lake, celebrate the arts and Russia.
1 oz Russian Palladium Coins - In 1989, the Moscow Mint began producing Palladium Ballerina coins, honoring the famed Russian Ballet. Released through 1995, the Palladium coins feature ballerinas in different poses, adding an aspect of collectibility to these beautiful 1 oz Palladium coins. Browse our of selection of years and you are sure the find the 1 oz Russian Palladium Ballerina coin you are looking for!
The reverse of Ballerina Palladium coins features a hammer and sickle, the national emblem of the former Soviet Union. Though the 1 oz Palladium coins were minted even after the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the Russian coins retained the national emblem. The obverse of the Palladium bullion coins also displays its transactional value of 25 roubles. For these coins, though, the premium over spot price far exceeds the face value thanks to the high Palladium price plus numismatic value due to the Palladium coins’ rarity.
Palladium coins are prized not only for their beauty, but also for their fineness and value. Investing in 1 oz Palladium coins comprised of .999 fine Palladium can have financial rewards. Many investors choose Palladium bullion because the Precious Metal is in high demand from industries such as the automotive industry and jewelry industry. Though the Palladium price can fluctuate, many investors view Palladium as a smart investment.
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