There is a misconception that the older the coin, the more expensive it is. But it is not, raise the price literally anything. From a small circulation to any errors in the minting.
The most valued coin of 1928 as they are much less common for coins 1925 and 1927 can be sold for about 700 rubles.
1 penny 1958
60 000 rubles
One of the most expensive Soviet coins. Price due to the fact that they never got into circulation in contrast to other coins of that year.
2 pennies 1927
120 000 rubles
But it is worth considering that the price of that coin fluctuates greatly.
3 pennies 1927
There are two versions of this coin: ordinary and extended letters “USSR”. This second option is valuable.
5 cents 1933
At all dime’s worth of coins are quite valuable, the cheapest, say, 1968, could cost up to 2 000. But the 1933 coins are so rare that collectors are willing to pay even for the poor condition.
10 cents 1990
!0-penny coins of various years also have a high value. But in 1990 there were two versions of the coin: Moscow and Leningrad mints. Moscow coins the obverse has the letter “M” and such coins are worth a lot.
15 cents 1970
As early as 15 cents was an ordinary everyday coin, but now the price has increased significantly. Their price ranges from 18 000 rubles.
20 cents 1931
120 000 rubles
And again, there are two kinds: old, silver, and Nickel. The silver option and it’s worth a lot of money. Nickel, total 100.
50 cents 1970
7 500 rubles
More exact price depends solely on the condition of the coin.
1 ruble 1922
690 000 rubles
But this amount is only coin which on the obverse of the decimal point is rounded, and its edge pristutstvuet the initials “PL”. The rest of rubles this year, there are about 20 000 rubles.
The entire edition 1947
up to 2.5 million rubles
For unknown reasons, the entire edition of 1947 was destroyed, so any coin with that date, worth a pretty penny.
The entire edition 1958
up to 260 000 rubles
Also the destruction of circulation.