Add intrigue to your collection with a silver coin issued by the last emperors of Russia’s Romanov Dynasty. Struck in 50% silver from 1867-1914, the obverse features the crowned double-headed imperial eagle. The reverse shows the crown above the 10 Kopeks denomination and date. These silver coins circulated under Emperors Alexander II, Alexander III and his son, Nicholas II, the last tzar before the Bolshevik Revolution put an end to the House of Romanov established by Ivan the Terrible in the 17th century. This historic 10 Kopeks makes a great addition to a world silver collection!