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 "2013" on the left a Laurel branch, right to oak.The reverse of the coin
depicts the coat of arms of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania. The yellow ring along the circumference are the inscriptions: at the top, clockwise: "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" bottom counter - clockwise "РЕСПУБЛИКА СЕВЕРНАЯ ОСЕТИЯ-АЛАНИЯ"(labels separated by dots).
Artist - A. D. schablykin, the stamps made with the use of computer technology. The coin is issued on 2 September 2013.
Republic of North Ossetia (in the local language - Alaniya) is located in the Caucasus, on the border with Kabardino-Balkaria, Stavropol region, Ingushetia and the Chechen Republic, to the South is the state border with Georgia and South Ossetia. The capital city Vladikavkaz. The Republic was founded in 1936. A significant part of the territory is plain (in the North), in the southern part of the Caucasus mountains, the height of which increases to the South. In the mountain area to develop tourism, there are also resorts of mineral water.
There is a rare variety of a coin with the magnetic properties of the metal, and a version with large notches on the edge (as of 25 rubles "Sochi 2014", but with the inscription).
Standard edition coins made of non-magnetic metal and the herd with small notches like the other coins of this type (300 pieces).
Degree of rarity: 1.
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From the usual coins of the larger corrugation of the edge (pictured above), as of 25 rubles "Sochi" (180 notches), but labeled as 10 rubles.
Degree of rarity: 2.
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The coin has a steel blank with a bimetallic coating (option in 2017). Looks no different from ordinary coins, "North Ossetia", but responds to a magnet. Probably is an experimental release for further replacement of the metal from the coins of this type.
Degree of rarity: 3.
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