Description: Russia. Ducat, 1729. Bitkin 1st ed, 1; Fr-102. Peter II, 1727-1730. Laureate head with hair ribbon facing right. Reverse: Crown above double headed imperial eagle. Sharply struck with considerable luster. Extremely Rare. Our grade, About Uncirculated, PCGS called Genuine with no grade. Please see our terms of sale concerning Russian coins that are slabbed. Estimated Value $100,000-UP. Categories: World Gold
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