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 there is a sign of the Saint-Petersburg mint
(consists of letters "СПМД". 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 "2010", at the left a Laurel branch, right to oak.The reverse of the coin
depicts the coat of arms of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district. The yellow ring along the circumference are the inscriptions: at the top, clockwise: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" bottom counter - clockwise "ЯМАЛО-НЕНЕЦКИЙ АВТОНОМНЫЙ ОКРУГ"(labels separated by dots).
Artist - A. D. schablykin, the stamps made with the use of computer technology. The coin is issued on 1 October 2010.
Because of the extremely low mintage and high demand for bi-metal collectors the market value of this coin began to rise sharply, until he exceeded all conceivable limits. However, even at the exorbitant prices they continue to buy (mainly for resale, because for collectors it's too expensive). Now the price growth has significantly decreased, but is likely to fall the cost will be. Interestingly, the similar coin "the Chechen Republic" edition, this estimate is almost two times higher.
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is a separate subject of the Russian Federation, but is part of the Tyumen region. Administrative center - the city of Salekhard. Borders with Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Komi Republic, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug and Krasnoyarsk Krai. Was established December 10, 1930. Almost the entire territory occupies the Western Siberian plain with extensive lowlands in the North. In the Western part located to the Ural mountains. In the South there are swamps and forests, the North is the tundra zone. The indigenous population leads a nomadic life, engaged in reindeer breeding.