10 Roubles 2009 Kaluga, (XIV° siècle)

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    RU-5514-62 SP

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    Obverse: In the center, the face value of the coin "10 РУБЛЕЙ" (10 rubles). Inside "O", hidden pictures of "10" and "РУВ" (RUB) visible by turn on changing the angle of vision. Underneath the disc, the mint trade mark. At the top, of the ring, the text along the rim "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), at hte bottom, the year of issue "2007", on both sides, stylised twigs of plants going over the disc.

    Reverse: Kaluga (Russian: Калу́га) is a city in western Russia, located on the Oka River 188 km southwest of Moscow. Kaluga was founded in the mid-14th century as a border fortress on the southwestern borders of the Muscovy. It was first mentioned by its present name in 1371. In the Middle Ages, Kaluga was a minor settlement owned by the Princes Vorotynsky. The ancestral home of these princes is located south-west from the modern city.


    • Catalog Reference C.A.I.C.O.R. 5514-0062
    • Condition Proof
    • Weight 8,5g
    • Metal Bi-metal
    • Diameter 27mm
    • Date 2009
    • Catalog Price 3 euros
    • Mint St Petersburg


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