Gold coin of Russia Uglich 2004, 23.3 g of pure gold (sample 900)
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The Uglich coin of Russia is part of the Golden Ring of Russia issue. For its production, 900 gold samples were used. The total weight of the metal here is 48.5 grams. Of these, 23.3 grams of pure precious metal. The coin is minted as a "pruf."
On the front side of the product is a disk with the emblem of the Bank of Russia. Under it there is a corresponding inscription. Along the perimeter is indicated the weight of pure precious metal, sample, as well as the year of production. At the top there is an inscription reflecting the nominal value of the money sign: "Five rubles."
On the back of the product you can see a disc depicting the architectural monuments of Uglich. On the ring below there is a corresponding inscription.
The online store "Kalita.Gold" presents genuine coins. All are sold in special capsules that protect them from adverse environmental effects. You can get more information about money signs, as well as place an order from our managers through the website form.
Yes, we take out coin insurance during delivery. This guarantees the safety of the purchase and the return of the full value of the goods in case of force majeure.
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Yes, we send coins to other countries. International shipping costs are calculated individually.
Delivery time depends on how you choose to receive the item. Courier delivery takes from 2 to 5 working days. Sending by mail - from 3 to 7 days.
No, but a coin can be an original gift for a very dear person, due to the fact that the year of issue of the coin may be the year of his birth.