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One ruble is the face value of a banknote used in Belarus from 1992 to 2003. It was a 1-ruble banknote of the 1992 model that gave the name to Belarusian money - “bunnies”.
$2.00
Circulation 32 500 014 pcs, Copper Metal, digging
$2.00
MMM tickets are money surrogates for MMM. 1 ticket was 1/100 of MMM's share. Put in circulation as “shares for the poor” in April 1994 for large investors (1000 tickets), in May - for small investors (100 tickets). From August 4, 1994, they were divided into "old" (clean early series) and "new" (new series; either old ones with seals or punched holes in them, that is, used ones - other ways of blanking are possible). They were withdrawn from free circulation by the company in the fall of 1995 at their extremely low exchange rate.
$8.00
Circulation 32 500 014 pcs, Copper Metal, digging
$2.00
One ruble is the face value of a banknote used in Belarus from 1992 to 2003. It was a 1-ruble banknote of the 1992 model that gave the name to Belarusian money - “bunnies”.
$2.00
MMM tickets are money surrogates for MMM. 1 ticket was 1/100 of MMM's share. Put in circulation as “shares for the poor” in April 1994 for large investors (1000 tickets), in May - for small investors (100 tickets). From August 4, 1994, they were divided into "old" (clean early series) and "new" (new series; either old ones with seals or punched holes in them, that is, used ones - other ways of blanking are possible). They were withdrawn from free circulation by the company in the fall of 1995 at their extremely low exchange rate.
$8.00
The term “zloty” appeared around the 15th century as the common name for gold coins of foreign mint arriving in Poland, mainly ducats (in Russia they were called gold from the 15th century), which are worth originally equaled 12-14 silver Polish pennies.
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MMM tickets are money surrogates for MMM. 1 ticket was 1/100 of MMM's share. Put in circulation as “shares for the poor” in April 1994 for large investors (1000 tickets), in May - for small investors (100 tickets). From August 4, 1994, they were divided into "old" (clean early series) and "new" (new series; either old ones with seals or punched holes in them, that is, used ones - other ways of blanking are possible). They were withdrawn from free circulation by the company in the fall of 1995 at their extremely low exchange rate.
$2.00
They were put into circulation on May 1, 1907 in addition to banknotes of the sample of 1898 and remained legal tender until September 8, 1922. They were issued unchanged (with different signatures and series) under the tsarist, Provisional and Soviet governments. Colors: green, lime, light brown, blue and red. Banknotes with the signature "A. Konshin" were issued in 1910-1914. Printed by the Expedition of procurement of government securities in St. Petersburg.
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They were put into circulation on December 1, 1910 in addition to banknotes of the 1898 model and remained legal tender until September 8, 1922. They were issued unchanged (with different signatures and series) under the tsarist, Provisional and Soviet governments. Colors: blue, cyan, orange and red. The picture has a vertical orientation. Banknotes with the signature "A. Konshin" were issued in 1910-1914. Printed by the Government Paper Procurement Expedition in St. Petersburg
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Badge "Ancient coat of arms - Achinsk", the country of release of the USSR, weighing 1.6 g.
$1.00
Badge awarded to Soviet servicemen for their high physical fitness!
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Postcard V.I. Lenin 1986. Artist E.B. Yakovenko. Publishing house "Polygraphbook". The circulation is 23500 pieces. The price at the time of release is 2 kopecks.
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Treasury notes of the 1917 type - paper banknotes, the issue of which was organized by the Provisional Government on September 18, 1917 according to the decree of August 22, 1917 and continued in 1918-1919 by the People's Bank of the RSFSR, as well as illegally in various local printing houses. They were formally nominated in gold rubles, but did not have real gold security. Although the bulk of these banknotes were issued in the RSFSR, they were popularly called "Kerenki" by the name of the Minister-Chairman of the Provisional Government A.F. Kerensky. The treasury signs of this issue were in circulation until October 1, 1922, when, according to the decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the RSFSR of September 8, 1922, they lost their payment force. The exchange of treasury notes for banknotes of the RSFSR of the 1922 model was carried out in the ratio of 10,000: 1. The design of the treasury signs was copied from the stamps of the consular post. An eagle without a crown, placed on the "core", was painted by the artist Ivan Bilibin. The banknotes were printed on white paper with watermarks in the form of a "carpet" ornament throughout the field, sheets of 40 pieces (5 × 8), without numbering, signatures of officials and the year of issue. With the development of hyperinflation, the cerenuts were no longer cut, as this lost their meaning, and they carried out calculations in whole sheets.
$2.00
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