3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 26. November 2009 21:23

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On December 1, 2009 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation puts into circulation commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin of 25 Rubles denomination "The Saint Nicholas Monastery, Staraya Ladoga" of the series "The Architectural Monuments of Russia".

The silver coin of 25 Rubles denomination "The Saint Nicholas Monastery, Staraya Ladoga" (fine precious metal content 155.5 g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0053, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage up to 2 000 pcs).

The rim is raised on both sides of the coin.

The obverse: the relief picture of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA). The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ (TWENTY FIVE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2009", between them - the indication of the metal sign in accordance with the Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the fineness, the trade mark of the St. Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=1]5115-0053.gif[/attachment] The reverse: the image of the Saint Nicholas Monastery in Staraya Ladoga. The inscriptions: at the top on a ribbon - "НИКОЛЬСКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ" (THE SAINT NICHOLAS MONASTERY), at the bottom – "СТАРАЯ ЛАДОГА" (STARAYA LADOGA).
[attachment=0]5115-0053R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 5. Januar 2010 09:19

On December 21, 2009 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues a silver proof commemorative coin “The Intercession Cathedral in the City of Voronezh” of the series “The Architectural Monuments of Russia” in denomination of 3 Rubles.

The coin has a gold insert on its reverse side. Fine silver content is 31.1g (fineness 925/1000), fine precious metal content of the gold insert is 1.55g (fineness 999/1000). The catalogue number of the coin is 5611-0004. The coin is 39.0 mm in diameter.

The mintage is up to 7500 pcs.

The rim is raised on the both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia – the two headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA) under it. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ТРИ РУБЛЯ" (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2009", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the fineness, the trade mark of the St. Petersburg Mint and the fine silver content.
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The reverse: relief images of the Intercession Cathedral in the City of Voronezh and of a church bell, made as a gold insert. At the bottom there are two inscriptions – "ВОРОНЕЖ" (Voronezh) and “ПОКРОВСКИЙ СОБОР” (The Intercession Cathedral). The gold insert bears the indications of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity and the fine gold content.
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.

The coins are legal tender of the Russian Federation. They are obligatory for acceptance for all kinds of payments without any restrictions at their face value.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 3. Februar 2010 09:44

On February 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Alexandro-Svirsky Monastery (XVth-XVIIth centuries), Leningrad Region” of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof commemorative coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Alexandro-Svirsky Monastery (XVth-XVIIth centuries), Leningrad Region” (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0054, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage up to 2000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2010", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Moscow Mint and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=0]5115-0054.gif[/attachment] The reverse: the relief image of the Alexandro-Svirsky Monastery and at the bottom – the inscription “The Saint Trinity Alexandro-Svirsky Monastery”, performed on the figured vignette.
[attachment=1]5115-0054R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 8. März 2010 22:48

On March 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Holy Trinity Church (XVIII century), Saint Petersburg” of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Sanaksar Monastery (XVIII century), Republic of Mordoviya” of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The description of the coins of precious metals:

The silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Holy Trinity Church (XVIII century), Saint Petersburg” (fine metal content 31.1g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5111-0193, diameter 39.0 mm, mintage 10000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ТРИ РУБЛЯ" (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2010", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Moscow Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse of the coin depicts the relief image of The Holy Trinity Church also known under the name of “Kulich and Paskha”, which was given due to the specific architectural decision. At the bottom of the coin there are two inscriptions – «ЦЕРКОВЬ ПРЕСВЯТОЙ ТРОИЦЫ, г. САНКТ-ПЕТЕРБУРГ» (The Holy Trinity Church, Saint-Petersburg) in two lines and “КУЛИЧ И ПАСХА” (Easter Cake and Easter).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Sanaksar Monastery (the XVIII century), Republic of Mordoviya” (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0056, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage up to 2000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ТВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2010", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse: the relief images of the Sanaksar Monastery, at the top – a portrait of the Russian admiral - F.F. Ushakov, who was canonized by the Russian Orthodox Church. Between the images – two inscriptions, both in two lines – “РОЖДЕСТВО-БОГОРОДИЧНЫЙ” (Nativity of the Most Holy Mother of God) and “САНАКСАРСКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ” (Sanaksar Monastery).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 6. April 2010 09:12

On April 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The country estate “Khmelita” of the Griboyedov Family”, (the XVIIIth-XIXth centuries), Smolensk Region, of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The country estate “Khmelita” of the Griboyedov Family”, (the XVIIIth-XIXth centuries), Smolensk Region (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0057, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage up to 2000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2010", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the Moscow Mint trade mark and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=0]5111-0197.gif[/attachment] The reverse: the relief image of the country estate of the Griboyedov family and of the decorative elements of its building. The inscriptions: at the top – “УСАДЬБА ГРИБОЕДОВЫХ” (GRIBOYEDOV FAMILY COUNTRY ESTATE) and at the bottom, above the figured vignette - “ХМЕЛИТА” (KHMELITA).
[attachment=1]5111-0197R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 5. Juli 2010 09:38

On July 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Saviour’s Transfiguration Cathedral, Orel Region, the Town of Bolkhov” of the series “The Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Saviour’s Transfiguration Cathedral, Orel Region, the Town of Bolkhov” (fine metal content 31.1g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5111-0199, diameter 39.0 mm, mintage 10000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ТРИ РУБЛЯ” (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue “2010”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=1]5111-0199.gif[/attachment] The reverse: the relief images of the Saviour’s Transfiguration Cathedral and the buildings of the town of Bolkhov. The inscriptions are: “СПАСО-ПРЕОБРАЖЕНСКИЙ СОБОР” (THE SAVIOUR’S TRANSFIGURATION CATHEDRAL) over the cathedral’s image and “·БОЛХОВ·” (·BOLKHOV·).
[attachment=0]5111-0199R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 5. Juli 2010 09:40

On July 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Kirillo-Belosersk Monastery, Vologda Region, the Town of Kirillov” of the series “The Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Rubles “The Kirillo-Belosersk Monastery, Vologda Region, the Town of Kirillov” (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0059, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage 2000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.


The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ” (TWENTY FIVE RUBLES) and the year of issue “2010”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=0]5115-0059.gif[/attachment] The reverse side of the coin depicts the relief image of the Kirillo-Belosersk Monastery and a coloured fragment of a mural painting. At the bottom of the coin there is an inscription in two lines “КИРИЛЛО-БЕЛОЗЕРСКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ” (THE KIRILLO-BELOSERSK MONASTERY”.
[attachment=1]5115-0059R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 26. November 2010 00:55

On November 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

* a silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Battle Tower Vovnushki, Republic of Ingushetiya” of the series “The Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Battle Tower Vovnushki, Republic of Ingushetiya” (fine metal content 31.1g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5111-0204, diameter 39.0 mm, mintage 10000 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ТРИ РУБЛЯ” (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue “2010”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse: the relief image of the tower complex Vovnushki. The inscriptions are: at the top - “БОЕВАЯ БАШНЯ” (THE BATTLE TOWER), at the left side - “ВОВНУШКИ” (VOVNUSHKI), and at the bottom – the dates in two lines – “XV-XVIII вв.”(XV – XVIII centuries).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 26. November 2010 00:57

On November 1, 2010 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

* a silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Ensemble of the Round Square, Petrozavodsk” of the series “The Architectural Monuments of Russia”;

The silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Ensemble of the Round Square, Petrozavodsk” (fine metal content 31.1g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5111-0205, diameter 39.0 mm, mintage 7500 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ТРИ РУБЛЯ” (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue “2010”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Moscow Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse: the relief images of the administrative building, the Round Square plan, a monument to Peter I the Great and a fragment of the fence. The inscriptions are: at the top along the circumference - “КРУГЛАЯ ПЛОЩАДЬ” (THE ROUND SQUARE), and at the bottom – “ПЕТРОЗАВОДСК” (PETROZAVODSK).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 8. März 2011 08:22

On March 1, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues a silver proof commemorative coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Cathedral of the Virgin of Kazan and St. Sergiy of Radonezh, the City of Kursk” of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”


The description of the coin of precious metals:

The silver proof coin in denomination of 3 Rubles “The Cathedral of the Virgin of Kazan and St. Sergiy of Radonezh, the City of Kursk” (fine metal content 31.1g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5111-0208, diameter 39.0 mm, mintage 7500 pcs) has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ТРИ РУБЛЯ" (THREE RUBLES) and the year of issue "2011", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
[attachment=0]5111-0208.gif[/attachment] The reverse side of the coin depicts the relief image of The Saint Sergius Kazansky Cathedral in the City of Kursk. The inscriptions on the decorative elements are: at the top – “СЕРГИЕВО-КАЗАНСКИЙ СОБОР” (THE CATHEDRAL OF THE VIRGIN OF KAZAN AND ST. SERGIY OF RADONEZH) and at the bottom – “КУРСК” (KURSK).
[attachment=1]5111-0208R.gif[/attachment] The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 10. Mai 2011 07:54

On May 3, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles “The Virgin Mary Monastery, the City of Kazan” of the series “Architectural Monuments of Russia”.

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles “The Virgin Mary Monastery, the City of Kazan” (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0061, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage 2000 pcs), has the rim, raised on both sides of the coins along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ” (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES), and the year of issue “2011”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse side of the coin depicts the relief image of the Kazan Virgin Mary Monastery and the image of the Virgin Mary icon, performed in colour. The inscription under the vignette says “КАЗАНСКИЙ БОГОРОДИЦКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ” (THE KAZAN VIRGIN MARY MONASTERY) in three lines.
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The edge of the coins is corrugated.

The coins are legal tender of the Russian Federation. They are obligatory for acceptance for all kinds of payments without any restrictions at their face value.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 27. Mai 2011 09:15

On June 1, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues a silver proof commemorative coin in denomination of 25 Roubles “The Pavlovsky Palace and Park Ensemble, the Town of Pavlovsk, Leningrad Region” of the Series: “Architectural Monuments of Russia” (fine metal content 155,5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0062, diameter 60,0 mm, mintage 1500 pcs). The coin has the rim, raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ” (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES) and the year of issue “2011”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse: side of the coin depicts the stylized relief images of the architectural buildings and park sculptures of the Pavlovsky Palace and Park Ensemble. The inscription along the circumference says “ПАВЛОВСК” (PAVLOVSK).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.

The coins are legal tender of the Russian Federation. They are obligatory for acceptance for all kinds of payments without any restrictions at their face value.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 10. August 2011 09:30

On August 1, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles “The Virgin’s Saint Entrance Presentation Monastery "Optin Hermitage", Kaluga Region” of the series “Architectural monuments of Russia”,

The description of the coins of precious metal

A silver coin in denomination of 25 Roubles (fine metal content 155,5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0063, diameter 60,0 mm, mintage 2000 pcs) has the rim raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse side: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it “БАНК РОССИИ” (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin “ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ” (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES) and the year of issue “2011”, between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the St. Petersburg mint trade mark and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse side bears a relief image of a panoramic view of “The Virgin’s Saint Entrance Presentation Monastery "Optin Hermitage" and two inscriptions along the circumference: «СВЯТО-ВВЕДЕНСКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ» (THE VIRGIN’S SAINT ENTRANCE PRESENTATION MONASTERY) - at the top and “ОПТИНА ПУСТЫНЬ” (OPTIN HERMITAGE) – at the bottom.
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 15. September 2011 09:43

On September 1, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative

coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles "The Kazan Cathedral, St. Petersburg" of the series "Architectural Monuments of Russia".

The description of the coin of precious metals.

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles "The Kazan Cathedral, St Petersburg" (fine metal content 155.5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0064, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage 1500 pcs), has the rim, raised on both sides of the coins along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES), and the year of issue "2011", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the trade mark of the Saint-Petersburg Mint and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse depicts the image of The Kazan Cathedral, St.Petersburg against the background of the City panorama. The inscriptions along the rim say: "КАЗАНСКИЙ СОБОР"( THE KAZAN CATHEDRAL) - at the top and "САНКТ – ПЕТЕРБУРГ" (ST. PETERSBURG) – at the bottom.
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The edge of the coins is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 15. November 2011 09:37

On November 1, 2011 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- a silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles "The Saint-Trinity Monastery in Murom town of Vladimir region" of the series "Architectural monuments of Russia";

The silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles "The Saint-Trinity Monastery in Murom town of Vladimir region" (fine metal content 155,5g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0066, diameter 60,0 mm, mintage 2000 pcs) has the rim raised on both sides of the coin along the circumference.

The obverse side: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia – two headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of bears. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coin "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES) and the year of issue "2011", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the St.Petersburg mint trade mark and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse side bears the relief image of Saint-Trinity Monastery, of the icon of Murom holly miracle-workers Peter and Fevroniya performed in colour and a vignette. The inscriptions are: at the top along the circumference "СВЯТО-ТРОИЦКИЙ МОНАСТЫРЬ" (SAINT-TRINITY MONASTERY) and at the bottom - "МУРОМ" (MUROM).
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The edge of the coin is corrugated.
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Re: 3 +25 Rubel Series: "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

Beitrag von Kai » 25. April 2012 10:10

On March 1, 2012 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation issues commemorative coins of precious metals:

- the silver proof coin in denomination of 25 Roubles "The Museum-Estate of V.D. Polenov, Tula Region" of the series "Architectural Monuments of Russia"

The silver proof coins in denomination of of 25 Roubles (fine metal content 155.5 g, fineness 925/1000, catalogue number 5115-0070, diameter 60.0 mm, mintage 2000 pcs) have the rim, raised on both sides of the coins along the circumference.

The obverse: the relief image of the Emblem of the Bank of Russia - the two-headed eagle with wings down, and the semicircular inscription under it "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), framed by a circle of beads. The inscriptions along the rim divided by dots indicate the denomination of the coins "ОДИН РУБЛЬ" (ONE ROUBLE), "ДВА РУБЛЯ" (TWO ROUBLES) and "ДВАДЦАТЬ ПЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TWENTY FIVE ROUBLES) respectively and the year of issue "2012", between them - the indication of the metal according to the D.I. Mendeleyev Periodic System of Elements, the purity, the mint trade mark of and the fine precious metal content.
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The reverse side:

- of the silver coin in denomination of 25 Roubles depicts the relief image of the Museum Estate of V.D. Polenov against the background of trees framed by a stylized floral ornamental pattern. The inscription in two lines at the bottom part of the coin says "МУЗЕЙ-ЗАПОВЕДНИК В.Д. ПОЛЕНОВА" (MUSEUM-ESTATE OF V.D. POLENOV).
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The edge of the coins is corrugated.

The coins are legal tender of the Russian Federation. They are obligatory for acceptance for all kinds of payments without any restrictions at their face value.
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