The Fall Of The House Of Romanov Silver Coin Collection


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In 1613, after 15 years of political tumult, social unrest, and devastating famine, young Michael Romanov was crowned tsar, establishing a dynasty that would last for more than 300 years. Among its rulers were Peter the Great (b. 1672), who modernized Russia, and Catherine the Great (b. 1729), who presided over its Golden Age. Under the watch of Nicholas I (b. 1796), Catherine's grandson, the Russian Empire achieved its apex in terms of size, including vast swaths of Poland and Finland. It would not last for long. In the first half of the 19th century, the winds of change were blowing across Europe, and Russia would soon be subject to their inevitable gusts.

Nicholas II (b. 1868) was the last of the Romanov line. He abdicated the throne in 1917, during the Bolshevik Revolution, and was horribly executed along with his wife, son, four daughters, medical doctor, and several servants, on 16 July 1918—shot dead in a hail of gunfire in the basement of a house in Yekaterinburg. The tsar and his family were not the only Romanovs to be summarily executed that fateful year. First, the Grand Duke Nicholas Constantinovich was gunned down in Tashkent in February. A month later, Grand Duke Michael, held by the Soviets in Siberia, was shot dead. Then, on July 17, five Romanov cousins held in the industrial town of Alapayevsk were killed. Thus in a six-month period of 1918, sixteen members of the royal family were slaughtered. While some Romanovs did survive the purge, the massacre of that year effectively ended the dynasty forever.

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This silver coin collection includes three of the final issues of the Romanov dynasty. These were struck from 1867 to 1916, during the reign of Nicholas II, the last tsar of Russia.

10 kopeks, KM20

1.7996g, 0.5000 silver, 0.0289 oz ASW, 16.7mm

15 kopeks, KM21

2.6994g, 0.500 silver, 0.0434 oz. ASW, 19.7mm

20 kopeks, KM22

3.5992g, 0.5000 silver, 0.0579 oz. ASW, 22mm

Collection Details:

  • Fantastic Addition to any Collection!
  • Comes in a deluxe portfolio
  • Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity


  • 7 7/16" x 5 7/16" x 1/4"

  • Dusting: Dust With A Soft, Dry Cloth

SKU: 5297837

Fabric Content & Care

Material Content:

  • Plastic
  • Cardboard
  • Foreign coins

Care Instructions:

  • Dusting: Dust with a soft/dry cloth
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