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Russia (CCCP) 1, 2, 3, and 5 Kopeks 1924 to 1991

 Date: 1929 
 Mint mark: not apparent 
 Size: tiny 
 Description from requester: front around npvetapnnbcexctpar cueanhrntecb CCCP front center-the globe with a hammer and a sickel crossing each other with like wheat with a ribbon wrapped around them on the back a big 1 underneath it konenka and 1929 underneath that then more wheat on both sides 
 [Request 2128 received from sam, Friday, 04-Dec-2009, answered by Paul] 
 [Updated by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Saturday, 29-Dec-2012] 

Russia (CCCP) 1, 2, 3, and 5 Kopeks 1924 to 1991 | 2 5 russia 1 3 sickle hammer grain wreath globe block ball wheat earth npvetapnnbcexctpar cueanhrntecb ribbon russian cccp kopek Hi Sam,

Your 1 kopek coin from the former Soviet Union has been struck with basically the same pattern since 1924. The composition has changed from bronze to aluminum bronze to brass, and the pattern has morphed slightly, but it is essentially the same coin over the years, 100 kopeks to the rouble. Copper-based denominations include 1, 2, 3, and 5 kopeks.

The value of these coins is not very great, but there are a few *good dates*.

Lumping all the common dates together across the 1, 2, 3, and 5 denominations, approximate catalog values are:

worn: less than $1 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: less than $1
well preserved: $1
fully uncirculated: $5

Two and three kopek coins are somewhat more rare than one and five kopek coins. Catalog values above double (approximately) for common date two an three kopeks.

For the better dates, the values shown are for coins in well preserved condition. To qualify for these values, coins must be free of all problems, such as scratches, stains, spots, cleanings, nicks, gouges, corrosion, and the like.

1 KOPEK
1924: $40 (with reeded edge)
1924: $150 (with plain edge)
1925: $40
1927: $40
1928: $40
1930: $10
1957: $8

2 KOPEKS
1924: $50 (with reeded edge)
1924: $150 (with plain edge)
1933: $10
1948: $150 (with 5 ribbons on each wreath)

3 KOPEKS
1924: $200 (with reeded edge)
1924: $40 (with plain edge)
1926: $8
1927: $25
1935: $8
1936: $8
1945: $10
1948: $150 (with 5 ribbons on each wreath)
1957: $40

5 KOPEKS
1924: $200 (with reeded edge)
1924: $50 (with plain edge)
1926: $15
1927: $120
1928: $15
1929: $15
1934: $90
1935: $15
1936: $15
1937: $15
1945: $15
1951: $10
1957: $10
1958: $300
1970: $35
1990M: $20

Tags: 2 5 russia 1 3 sickle hammer grain wreath globe block ball wheat earth npvetapnnbcexctpar cueanhrntecb ribbon russian cccp kopek mallet hammered sledgehammer sickel mallets hammers garland letter reif weat balls wreathed grains wreth rief globes reef wheats wheatie wreah greenery wreaths wreathe wreat wrap ribbons sash cross ribon kohbhkh konbhkn konbn konenka kopeks kopehka kohbn kopenka koiibnkb konehka koiitiikii konbekb koiibhka kohbnkn nenka koiibiikii moheta kopeek koneek konbhka kohbnka kontekb kopeika konbnkn kopec koiibnka konaekb leters lettering letters lettered maltese crosses wrapped crossed cruciform maltise crossing criss wrapping

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