Coins.ee OY > Auction 63Auction date: 16 December 2023
Lot number: 1055

Price realized: 205 EUR   (Approx. 224 USD)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
Lot description:


Russian Empire
Russia 2 Kopecks 1795 ММ overstrike to Moldavia and Wallachia 2 Para (1772-1774) - Catherine II (1762-1796)
15.90g. VF/VF. An extremely rare overstrike from a coin of Moldavia and Wallachia into a two-kopeck coin, which occurred only in 1795. Bitkin 541 R1. Rare!

Starting price: 1 EUR

Match 1:
Coins.ee OY > Auction 64Auction date: 9 March 2024
Lot number: 1338

Price realized: 86 EUR   (Approx. 94 USD)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
Lot description:


Russian Empire
Russia 5 Kopecks 1796 Paul's Recoining (1797) EM - Catherine II (1762-1796) - Paul I (1796-1801)
51.87g. VF/VF-. Mechanical wear at the edge positioned at 11 o'clock. A very rare example of overstrike with good traces, bypassing the stage of the 10 Kopecks 1796, directly from a five-kopeck coin 1776 EM. Residual traces of edge design transition from meshed to corded and vice versa. Seldom do the traces of the previous coin show up clearly. Bitkin P109 R1. Rare!

Starting price: 1 EUR

Match 2:
Coins.ee OY > Auction 63Auction date: 16 December 2023
Lot number: 1018

Price realized: 250 EUR   (Approx. 273 USD)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
Lot description:


Russian Empire
Russia 2 Kopecks 1788 TM - Catherine II (1762-1796)
20.75g. F/F. A highly rare two-kopeck coin from the Taurida Mint, which minted coins with denominations of 2 and 5 kopecks in 1787 and 1788. Mintage only 60 050 pcs. Bitkin 858 R2; Ilyin 20 rub. Extremely rare!

Starting price: 1 EUR

Match 3:
Coins.ee OY > Auction 64Auction date: 9 March 2024
Lot number: 1201

Price realized: 8,800 EUR   (Approx. 9,646 USD)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
Lot description:


Russian Empire
Russia 2 Roubles 1723 - Peter I (1682-1725)
4.04g. XF+/AU. An enchanting and exceptionally rare two-ruble coin from the reign of Peter the Great. Despite minor signs of wear, the remarkable level of detail in the design makes this coin highly coveted among collectors. It will be a valuable addition to both Russian coin collections and collections of European ducats. With a palm branch on the chest. Diakov 1258 R3; Petrov 15 rub. Extremely rare.

Starting price: 8000 EUR

Match 4:
Roma Numismatics Ltd. > E-Sale 114Auction date: 23 November 2023
Lot number: 1692

Price realized: 160 GBP   (Approx. 199 USD / 183 EUR)   Note: Prices do not include buyer's fees.
Lot description:


Russia, Empire (Occupation of Moldavia and Wallachia). Catherine II 'the Great' CU 2 Para - 3 Kopeck. Sadogura mint, 1772. МОН • МОЛД : И ВАЛОСК•, crowned coats-of-arms of Moldavia and Wallachia; date below / Denomination in four lines within square torque border. Bitkin 1247. 19.73g, 36mm, 11h.

Good Very Fine.

During the Russian-Turkish war (1768-1774), the Russians, under General P. A. Rumyantzev, pushed the Turks out of the Romanian territories of Moldavia and Wallachia. The contract to supply coinage for the newly conquered districts was awarded to the Polish baron Peter Gartenberg, who established a mint at his new estate of Sadagura ("Garden Mountain" in Russian), striking copper coins of dual denomination in Turkish Para and Russian Denga. Metal from captured Turkish cannons was used for the coins.

Estimate: 100 GBP

Match 5:
Roma Numismatics Ltd. > E-Sale 115Auction date: 21 December 2023
Lot number: 1569

Price realized: Unsold
Lot description:


Russia, Empire (Occupation of Moldavia and Wallachia). Catherine II 'the Great' CU 2 Para - 3 Kopeck. Sadogura mint, 1773. МОН • МОЛД : И ВАЛОСК•, crowned coats-of-arms of Moldavia and Wallachia; date below / Denomination in four lines within square torque border. Bitkin 1247. 16.67g, 35mm, 12h.

Good Very Fine. Very Rare.

During the Russian-Turkish war (1768-1774), the Russians, under General P. A. Rumyantzev, pushed the Turks out of the Romanian territories of Moldavia and Wallachia. The contract to supply coinage for the newly conquered districts was awarded to the Polish baron Peter Gartenberg, who established a mint at his new estate of Sadagura ("Garden Mountain" in Russian), striking copper coins of dual denomination in Turkish Para and Russian Denga. Metal from captured Turkish cannons was used for the coins.

Estimate: 100 GBP