I found this in a 10kg bag of mixed coins. Looks like Ag .999 so assume Silver 0.999. I think the Greek ΓΡΑΜΜΑ means grams which would be 3 grams. My scales showed as 3.05g so makes sense. Other than that, I can't find any information about this little piece of silver bullion. Unfortunately the side with the effigy didn't have much relief. Would be great if any CC sleuths could find out some more. Thanks in advance. Weight = 3.05g Diam. = 18mm
@david, can you please post a nice crisp closeup pic of the manufacturer? I'd like to figure that out and can't quite read it with the current pics. Thx. Here is the best I can do with what you have posted so far:
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The lettering is not Greek, but close - it's Cyrillic. The language is Russian; the word in the cartouche is "standard". The word on the mostly-blank back is "Lobachevsky N.I."; it was only after translating this that I realised there's actually a very faint portrait there, and the portrait is of Nikolai Lobachevsky, Russian mathematician.
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If you look closely, at upper right there are the letters "#1050;#1056;#1064;#1060;", which transliterated into Roman characters is "KRShF". I suspect this is some kind of Russian bank or metals refiner, and whatever is in the small circle in the cartouche, along with the lettering and the "Ag 999", is their trademark. Unfortunately Google is practically useless for this kind of thing.