What are CCCP coins?

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CCCP Coins are Russian coins which are valued by coin collectors all over the world. The letters 'CCCP' is an abbreviation of 'USSR' in Russian which is engraved on the backside of the coins. You can find out how much your coins are worth by visiting worldcoingallery.
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approximately as much as a dime in U.S money.
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Joe, the Russians murdered their last lot of royalty, so why did you put a question about a Russian coin in the royalty section? You would do far better if you call a coin dealer.
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I have inherited my dads money during WWII one of the pieces is a CCCP 5 Koneek 1938 coin. I have several old coins during WWII?
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Your coin is KM# 109 and is a copper/nickel 10 Kopeks from the old Soviet Union. The abbreviation CCCP is Russian for USSR. Depending on grade it is worth .25 cents to a dollar or
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