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    The older, the more expensive? How much can you get for unnecessary Soviet pennies

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    At the auction, one kopeck of 1949 is sold for 200 thousand hryvnia

    Soviet coins are worth more and more every year. / Photo: Collage: Today

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    Rare Soviet coins are sold at auctions for a lot of money. Their cost is influenced by the rarity, denomination and appearance of the specimen.

    “Today” found them at one of the online auctions.

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    This one kopeck of 1949 is sold for 200 thousand hryvnia. There are no peculiarities on it, but due to the year of manufacture, this is a rather rare specimen.

    / Photo: Collage: Today

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    5 kopecks in 1934 are sold for 180 thousand hryvnia. It says “proletarians of all countries unite”. Judging by the photo, it is in good condition.

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    And they sell five kopecks in 1955 for 100 thousand hryvnias. Despite the fact that the coin does not look its best, it sells for a high price. She is already over 65 years old, and very few people still have such a copy.

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    What else are they selling?

    One of the Ukrainian banks has opened an online store selling foreign valuable coins. They are mostly made of silver and gold. There are interesting samples dedicated to the new year 2022.

    Ukrainian coins are also in demand at auctions. For one hryvnia of 1992 release, 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, of the same year of issue and face value, is sold at an auction for 100 thousand hryvnia.

    Earlier, we reported that rare bills are also offered at auctions, 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 hryvnia.

    Recall that 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 kept them as a souvenir can sell them for a good price.

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    Source From: Segodnya

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