Embossing is produced on the workpiece consisting of two metals: brass ring, inside which is inserted a copper-Nickel disk. The obverse and reverse sides have a protruding on the circumference of the piping.The obverse of the coin
in the middle of two lines with specified amount (the number "10" underneath the word "РУБЛЕЙ" below is a mark of the Moscow mint
(consists of letters "ММД". Inside the figure "0" alternately when changing the angle of inclination can be seen the number "10" and the word "РУБ" On a circle above the inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" at the bottom the year of issue "2009", at the left a Laurel branch, right to oak.The reverse of the coin
depicts the coat of arms of the Jewish Autonomous region. The yellow ring along the circumference are the inscriptions: at the top, clockwise: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" bottom counter - clockwise "ЕВРЕЙСКАЯ АВТОНОМНАЯ ОБЛАСТЬ"(labels separated by dots).
Artist - A. D. schablykin, sculptor: S. V. Erokhina. The coin is issued on 1 June 2009.
Jewish Autonomous oblast is located in the far East on the border with China also borders with the Khabarovsk territory and the Amur region. Is the only subject of the Russian Federation with the status of Autonomous region. The administrative center is the town of Birobidzhan. The region's territory is hilly and almost entirely covered with forests. Was established on 7 may 1934 for compact living resettled here by the Jewish population. In the future it was planned to convert the area into a Republic, but the project was not supported by Stalin. In the 90 years due to the low standard of living most of the Jews left for Israel and now they make up only 1 percent of the population of the region, creating ongoing discussions about the possibility of merging the region with neighboring.
There are a variety of coins with the sign of the Saint-Petersburg mint