1058265 | RUSSIA. Nicholas I. (Czar, 1825-1855). 1831-CПБ Platinum 12 Roubles. NGC AU55. St. Petersburg. Edge: Milled. Crowned double-headed imperial eagle facing with wings displayed, holding scepter and orb, coat-of-arms of Moskva framed by Order of St. Andrei Первозванного (the First Called) on breast; arms of Kazan, Astrakhan, and Novosibirsk on right wing, Kingdom of Poland, Caucasus, and Grand Duchy of Finland on left; imperial crown above / (rosette) 96 ЗОΛ · 68 ДОΛ · ЧИСТОЙ УРАΛЬСКОЙ ПΛАТИНЫ (96 zolotniky, 68 doleï unalloyed Ural platinum)// (rosette) 12 (rosette)/РУБΛЕЙ/НА СЕРЕБРО/ 1831./C.П.Б. Value, text and date within circle. C 179; Friedberg 158; Bitkin 40; Severin, Gold, 604; Uzdenikov 0368.

Just 1,463 pieces struck, despite this being from the year with the highest mintage.


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Platinum discovered in the Urals of Western Siberia let to an imperial decree and the production of new Russian decimal coinage denominations.

1058265 RUSSIA. Nicholas I. (Czar, 1825-1855). 1831-CПБ Platinum 12 Roubles. NGC AU55. St. Petersburg. Edge: Milled. Crowned double-headed imperial eagle facing with wings displayed, holding scepter and orb, coat-of-arms of Moskva framed by Order of

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