Russia 1 oz Palladium Ballerina BU (Random Year)

Russia 1 oz Palladium Ballerina BU (Random Year)
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Product Specifications

Product ID: 63888
Year: Random
Grade: Brilliant Unc
Grade Service: None
Denomination: 25 Roubles
Mint Mark: Not Shown
Metal Content: 1 troy oz
Purity: .999
Manufacturer: Leningrad Mint
Thickness: 3 mm
Diameter: 37 mm
Inner Pack: N/A
Outer Pack: N/A

Product Details

The Russian Ballerina coin contains a full ounce of Palladium. These beautiful Palladium coins honor the Bolshoi Ballet. Different views of ballerinas are depicted on this series of coins. These Russian Palladium coins have a limited mintage.

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Russia 1 oz Palladium Ballerina BU (Random Year)
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Palladium from the sunken Soviet Union

By  Robert

from Jersey City, NJ


The Soviet Union collapsed in 1990 - almost a quarter century ago. The coin in question was minted just a few months before the Soviet Union fell apart. I decided to buy the coin because of the official emblem on the obverse side: CCCP which is the Russian abbrevation for "Soviet Union". It is interesting to note that the female dancer displayed on the front side is a member of the "Russian Ballet" - and not "Soviet Ballet". So even under the communistic regime, the great tradition of the Russian Ballet was respected. One unusual characteristic of the coin is that the symbol Pd for palladium as well its fineness 999 are barely visibile on the coin. One needs almost a magnifying glass in order to see it in a really fine print "Pd 999, 31,1g". As if this type information was considered unimportant under Communism. Russia is today the largest producer of Palladium in the world. It is almost certain that the metal used to produce this coin came from a Nickel mine somewhere in Siberia. To sum up, this is a highly unusual coin and I am happy for the opportunity to buy this coin in such a good quality. Thanks Apmex!


  • Mint Condition
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Attractive Design

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