The coin is made on a steel billet with thin brass electroplating. 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". 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 "2014" on the left a Laurel branch, right to oak. Bottom right there is a sign of the Saint-Petersburg mint
(consists of letters "СПМД".The reverse of the coin
depicts the monument to the scuttled ships in Sevastopol, the right of the date of reunification with Russia - "18.03.2014". In the background shape of the Crimean Peninsula, where a five-pointed star shows the location of Sevastopol. Around the circumference there are inscriptions: at the top "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" below - "СЕВАСТОПОЛЬ"
Artists: A. A. Brynza, E. V. Kramskaya, D. A. schablykin, sculptor - A. N. Bessonov. The coin was issued on 9 October 2014.
After the Soviet collapse, Crimea became part of Ukraine, despite the predominance of Russian-speaking population. Came to power in Ukraine in early 2014, the opposition began to conduct large-scale reforms, one of which was the almost complete eradication of the Russian language, which caused mass protests in the Crimea. Representatives of local authorities with the support of Russia on March 16 held a referendum in which almost 97 percent (in Sevastopol 95%) voted for secession of the Peninsula from Ukraine and its joining Russia. March 18 at a ceremony in Moscow was signed the document about the official entry of the Republic of Crimea and city of Sevastopol a part of Russia and assign them the status of independent subjects. The government of many countries has not supported these changes, as the referendum in General, and still considers the Crimea and Sevastopol a part of Ukraine.