50 ruble gold coin Przhevalsky 1999 1/4 oz Russia
VAT exempt according to §25c UStG
Sale without right of withdrawal (according to Section 6 General Terms and Conditions)
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Face value: 50 rubles
Minting quality: Proof
Fine weight: 7,78g
Diameter: 22.60mm (±0.15)
Thickness: 1.50mm (±0.20)
Mintage: St. Petersburg Mint (SPMD)
Edge: 200 corrugations
In the center the emblem of the Bank of Russia (double-headed eagle, below it the semicircular inscription “Bank of Russia”), framed by a circle of dots and inscriptions along the circle: above – “Fifty rubles”, below – “1999”, on the left – description of the precious metal and its fineness, on the right – fineness and the mint mark.
Portrait of Przhevalsky on a background of mountains, left – an ibex, right – date in two lines “1839” “1888”. At the bottom of the circle the inscription: “N.M. Przhevalsky”.
Nikolai Mikhailovich Przhevalsky (1839-1888) was a world-renowned naturalist and explorer. He was born on April 12, 1839 in the village of Kimborovo in the Smolensk region. The Przhevalsky family belonged to an ancient noble family with its own coat of arms, which was awarded for their bravery in military battles. He devoted his life to the study of Central Asia.
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