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My Coin Dealer  |  Russian Coins  |  1 Kopek  |  Alexander II - 1 Kopek 1879. MS-63 by NGC. Bitkin 540,

  Alexander II - 1 Kopek 1879. MS-63 by NGC. Bitkin 540,
Alexander II - 1 Kopek 1879. MS-63 by NGC. Bitkin 540,   Alexander II - 1 Kopek 1879. MS-63 (Choice mintstate, Uncirculated) Certified by NGC. St. Petersburg mint (SPB)

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Weight3.28 g
Year 1879
Mintage 9,045,000
Metal Copper
Grade MS-63; UNC
Mint Mark SPB
Price: US$194.00

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