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    Do not rush to throw it away: at auctions for Soviet coins you can get hundreds of thousands of hryvnia

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    On Soviet 15 kopecks in the phrase “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics” one word was misspelled

    Ukrainians can sell expensive Soviet pennies / Photo: Collage: Today

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    Many Ukrainians have long thrown away old Soviet coins because they are useless, because it has been impossible to buy anything for them for almost 30 years. But those who decided not to rush or left for themselves as a memento can sell them for a good price.

    “Today” found interesting offers at one of the online auctions.

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    A coin with a denomination of 3 kopecks in 1937 is sold for 280 thousand hryvnia. The seller writes that the flat star on the coin is a mix-up.

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    1 kopeck 1957 also sells for a lot. There are no peculiarities on it, but due to the year of production, it has become quite rare and costs 207 thousand hryvnia.

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    The 15 kopeck coin of 1932 is also expensive. The seller of the lot indicated in the description that this copy may be the only one. There, in the phrase “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics” the word “Soviet” is misspelled – “Soviet”.

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    For 5 kopecks in 1955, they ask for 100 thousand hryvnias. Such a coin was in circulation and this was reflected in its condition, but its price was high.

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    What else are they selling?

    Ukarin coins are also in demand at auctions. For one hryvnia in 1992, you can get good money. It turned out that such coins began to be produced only in 1995, and in 1992 there was only an experimental batch. And 900 thousand hryvnia can be obtained for a rare coin with a factory marriage, allegedly having a mystical power. And the same one, the same year of issue and face value, is sold at an auction for 100 thousand hryvnia.

    Bonists often come to auctions. They are offered rare bills, some of them are in circulation, but due to their peculiarities, they are much more expensive than their face value. For them sellers ask for several tens of thousands of hryvnias.

    Earlier we reported that one of the Ukrainian banks has opened an online store that sells foreign valuable coins. They are mostly made of silver and gold.

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    Source From: Segodnya

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