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One Ducat 1980

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Coin One Ducat 1980
Nominal: One Ducat
Year: 1980
Metal: Gold
Period of issue: 1980
Standard weight: 8,603 g
Ligature weidht: 7,742 g
Quality of performance: Uncirculated
Mint: MMD
Standart diameter: 22,6 mm
Standart thickness: 1,70 mm
Metal sample: 900
Volume of issue: 1 millions.
Edge: inscription: "1 Zolotnik 78.24 shares (MMD) of pure gold"
Nominal: One Ducat
Year: 1980
Metal: Gold
Period of issue: 1980
Standart weight: 8,603 g
Ligature weidht: 7,742 g
Quality of performance: Uncirculated
Mint: MMD
Standart diameter: 22,6 mm
Standart thickness: 1,70 mm
Metal sample: 900
Volume of issue: 1 millions.
Edge: inscription: "1 Zolotnik 78.24 shares (MMD) of pure gold"

Description of coin One Ducat 1980:

The coin is minted by the Moscow mint. With the front and back of a credit institution on the circumference of the piping. Novodel coins with images of 1923 was produced in the USSR from 1975 to 1982 (each year 1 million in 1975 to 250 thousand in 1982 - 50 thousand). Since 2001, the Soviet chervonets became one of the bullion coins and sold the banks at a special price. Banks also accept gold coins, the population is about 30% cheaper than the sales price.

The obverse of the coin in the center of the emblem sample of the RSFSR in 1918: surrounded by a wreath of ears shield with an image of a hammer and sickle on the background of sunlight. Under the coat of arms cartouche with the inscription "Р.С.Ф.С.Р." On top of the emblem is surrounded by a semicircle, over which a semicircle from left to right is the motto: "ПРОЛЕТАРИИ ВСЕХ СТРАН, СОЕДИНЯЙТЕСЬ!" The inscription is made in the old Slavonic font. Around along the rim there is a ring of raised dots.

The reverse shows standing on the farmer scattering seeds. Behind him on the left is the plough, in the distance is the silhouette of the plant and upward from the horizon, the sun (symbol of socialism). At the top of old Slavonic font in a semicircle, nominal value - "ОДИН ЧЕРВОНЕЦ" Near the right leg of the sower along the rim the year of issue "1980". Around the image there is a ring of raised dots.

The chervonets was introduced by the Soviet government in the reform of 1922-1924 years as a currency tied to gold. Coins-coins were mainly used in foreign trade operations, and among the population went to paper cups. Many capitalist countries refused to accept coins with Soviet symbols, so specially for them made a ten-dollar coins with profile of Nicholas II (old stamps).

The drawing of the piece was A. F. they live in - chief medallist of the mint (author of Lenin and the first icon TRP). The image of a peasant-sower made by the famous sculpture Shadr.

Gold novodel gold coins were also minted at Saint Petersburg mint (letters "ЛМД".
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of Один червонец:

1. One Ducat (first edition) 1923
2. One Ducat (trial) 1925
3. One chervonets (Soviet coat of arms) One Ducat 1925
4. One gold coin (Proof quality) One Ducat 1980
5. One Ducat 1981
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