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 "2001", on the left a Laurel branch, right to oak.The coin's reverse
depicts the eternal flame in the form of a five-pointed star, underneath the dates "1941-1945". In the background, the number "60", made St. George's ribbons. Along the circumference above the inscription - "НИКТО НЕ ЗАБЫТ, НИЧТО НЕ ЗАБЫТО" below Laurel branch (symbol of victory).
Artist S. A. Kozlov, the stamps made with the use of computer technology. The coin was released 11 Jan 2005. The mass of the bimetallic coin of Russia, the total circulation amounted to 60 million pieces.
In the USSR the tradition of lighting the eternal flame originated in 1955, when in honor of the 10th anniversary of his Victory lit in Tula region. But his burning was repeatedly interrupted, and the first continuous Eternal flame appeared in 1957 in Leningrad (after another year in Sevastopol). Currently, almost every city has an Eternal flame, but often in the course of the reconstruction of the memorials of their burning suspend, so the name is mostly arbitrary.
St. George ribbon was instituted by Catherine II on 26 November 1769 during the Russo-Turkish war. It was used as a reward issued for their courage and actions led to victory. First, using a yellow or orange (only orange in the future), symbolizing fire, and black, symbolizing smoke. After the Revolution, the tape was only used by anti-government movements, but in 1942, there was a Guards ribbon with the same colors, but in 1943 it was used for the decoration of the order of Glory. Since 2005 in the cities before the celebration of Victory Day began to carry out the action "Georgievsky ribbon" in which all comers are given free ribbon for attaching to clothes or car.
There are a variety of coins with the mark of the Moscow mint