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10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR). Description, cost, varieties

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Coin 10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR) cost. Varieties, catalog price
Nominal: 10 rubles
Year: 1991
Period of issue: 1991
Standard weight: 6,1 g.
Mint: MMD
Standart diameter: 25 mm
Standart thickness: 1,95 mm
Edge: Broken-ribbed
10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR). Edge
Metal: Bimetal (a circle made of bronze, the bezel is made of copper-Nickel alloy)
Nominal: 10 rubles
Year: 1991
Period of issue: 1991
Standart weight: 6,1 g.
Mint: MMD
Standart diameter: 25 mm
Standart thickness: 1,95 mm
Edge: Прерывисто-рубчатый
10 рублей (ММД, Госбанк СССР). Edge
Metal: Bimetal (a circle made of bronze, the bezel is made of copper-Nickel alloy)

Description of coin 10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR):

First Russian bimetallic coin. Embossing was carried out on a one-piece blank consisting of two parts: the disk yellow bronze and white copper-Nickel ring. The circumference of the front and back sides have a raised rim. Issued 29 December 1991.

The obverse of the coin on the yellow disk shows the dome of the Senate building and the Spasskaya tower of the Moscow Kremlin. On a circle above the inscription - "ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ БАНК" below - "СССР" Labels separated by dots.

On the coin reverse in the centre is the denomination in two lines - "10 РУБЛЕЙ" underneath the mark of the Moscow mint (stylized letters "ММД". The white rim at the top a five-pointed star on the left ear of wheat, the right branch of an oak tree (symbol of abundance and peace). At the bottom the year of issue "1991".
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Varieties:

Symbols used in the description of varieties
№ 1 Type: A.R.E
10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR). Type 1991 MMD

Type 1991 MMD

№ 1 Type: A.R.E
10 rubles 1991 (MMD, the state Bank of the USSR). Type 1991 MMD


The only kind for coins of this type the Moscow mint.
On the obverse in the Central circle of the dome of the Senate building and the Senate tower, on a circle the name of the state Бank.
The reverse depicts the denomination, date of issue and the mint mark ("ММД".

Marking directories:
F - 16: AVERS - PCs, f-13, the reverse - PCs f-15.

Degree of rarity: 3.



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Types: "A" - a kind of obverse; "R" - kind of the reverse; "E" - a kind of edge;
"A.R", "A.E", "R.E", "A.R.E" - varieties that combine different parts of the coin.
Degree of rarity: 1 - comes often, 2 - not come across very often, 3 - rare, 4 - seldom, 5 - a rarity.
Some varieties may not be available on this page and will be added later.

Information about other coins in denominations of 10 рублей:

1. 10 rubles (LMD, the state Bank of the USSR) 1991
2. 10 rubles (LMD, the state Bank of the USSR) 1992
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