In 2014 for the needs of monetary circulation annexed to Russia the Republic of Crimea and city of Sevastopol Moscow mint minted a limited edition of previously cancelled coins of 1 and 5 cents. In other regions, these coins are not used.
The obverse of the coin depicts St. George on horseback, slaying a serpent. Under the front hoof of the horse is a symbol of the mint, which minted the coin (M - Moscow
). The bottom field of the coin around the circumference indicate the year of issue "2014" and above the inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" split the head of St. George into two parts.
On the reverse a large figure "1" indicated the denomination of the coin (the figure slightly off-center to the right). Below the floor "КОПЕЙКА" located in the center relative to the digit "1". Bottom left relief depicts a floral ornament, slightly protruding on the right side.
Around the circumference of the coin there is a raised rim. The edge is smooth, without any images and notches.
This is the only kind of coin in 2014 and it is also given as the main photo.
Reverse: curl for 9 hours is not closed and is adjacent to the edging and the font of the word "КОПЕЙКА"thin, letter "А"located at a distance from Kant.
The degree of rarity - 1
No. 56 on specatular Aleksander Stashkin
YuK - 4 Шт.4
AC - 5 Шт.4
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