Most residents of our country do not know that the most expensive coins can be made not from precious metals, but from the most common ones, such as nickel or copper. But despite this fact, there are modern coins that have a value higher than the gold money of the Russian Empire. Here it is important to understand that the value of metal money depends on their rarity, and not the material from which they are made. For beginners who want to understand this difficult issue, a special catalog of such rare coins was created.
Significant events on coins
As for our country, here, in addition to the traditional form, there is another feature - domestic coins are made of base metal. The first jubilee bimetallic money was issued at the beginning of this century. Issued within the framework of commemorative programs, they beckon to collectors with various reversals. This is quite a mass phenomenon, which constantly attracts new people. In addition, such an occupation is a good investment, which can bring quite a good income. But here the main thing is not material values from collecting, but cultural ones.
Conventional commemorative coins
To date, many people are attracted by the most expensive commemorative coin "10 rubles". And this is not accidental, their size and original beautiful design draws and makes to save, withdrawing from circulation.
Therefore, it is more logical for people who have a lot of such money to sell them now, if you have few, you can save them. In any case, they will cost them no less than the face value.
Approximately the same value (maybe up to two hundred rubles) have ordinary commemorative coins. But even among them one can find quite rare specimens. What are they, the anniversary coins "10 rubles", the cost of which can be much higher? It depends, first of all, on the region. After all, they are very unevenly distributed here. For example, it is quite rare to see today coins of a series of "Ministries and Departments", "Gagarin" or "Politruk" and some others. Their value is now growing rapidly because of the second wave of collectors who have not managed to withdraw the necessary money from circulation. It is still difficult to say how many "10 rubles" coins are in the hands of numismatists. The above coins in our time are practically not found, and those that are available are in poor condition.
Initially, these coins did not differ at all from other bimetallic ones, so at the time when they went into circulation, they could be purchased for only five hundred rubles from those who managed to catch them in circulation. But as soon as the CBR decided to clarify the circulation for these commemorative coins "10 rubles", their value began to increase, and so far it continues to grow.
Ten rubles "The Chechen Republic"
Quite a rare coin, the demand for which is higher, but the offer also takes place, despite the fact that today it has become cheaper. The minimum that can be obtained for such a coin is one and a half thousand rubles. But there are also collectors who are willing to give up four thousand. This rather low cost is explained by the fact that about two years ago a seller or sellers started selling "Chechen coins" at a cost below two thousand rubles.
Ten rubles "Perm Territory"
Ten rubles "Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District"
Far from all can afford to buy in their own collection of such a coin, because its price is hundreds of times higher than its nominal value. And everyone wants to believe that one day it will appear in circulation.
Albums for numismatists
The market responded fairly quickly to the ever-growing number of coin collectors. Therefore, special albums were created for them, in which jubilee coins "10 rubles" are listed. The list of them directly affects the cost of such albums. And their annual release does not allow the interest of even novice numismatists to fade.