1989 1 oz Russian Palladium Ballerina PF-69 NGC MATTE

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Proof 69 Matte by NGC! NGC Population only 14 coins!
Russian 1 oz. Palladium Ballerina coin honoring the Bolshoi Ballet in this very high grade.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 74170
Year: 1989
Mint Mark: LM
Grade: PF 69 MATTE
Denomination: 25 Roubles
Diameter: 37 mm
Thickness: 3 mm


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1989 1 oz Russian Palladium Ballerina (PF-69 MATTE NGC)

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Snatched me a treasure.

By Carlos

from Fairbanks, AK

Verified Buyer


  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)


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      Comments about 1989 1 oz Russian Palladium Ballerina (PF-69 MATTE NGC):

      Bought this product because it's a rare coin with old Soviet Union markings and an unique Ballet theme. The Matte Proof only makes it, to me, even more rare. I expect it's value to increase with time.

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