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10 rubbles 60th An. Victory WW II
On January 11, 2005 the Central Bank of the Russian Federation puts into circulation a commemorative coin of 10 Rubles denomination from the series "Ancient Russian Towns" minted from non-ferrous metals and dedicated to the 60th Anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941 – 1945 (mintage 60 Mln. pcs.).
The coin has a form of a round piece 27,0 mm in diameter. It is a combined coin consisting of two parts: a disc made of white metal and an external ring made of yellow one. The rim is raised on both sides of the coin. The edge of the coin is corrugated and bears the inion "ДЕСЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TEN RUBLES) repeated twice and divided by asterisks.
The obverse of the coin: at the top - the inion on the ring along the rim "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), in the lower part of the ring - the date "2005" indicating the year of issue, to the left and to the right on the external ring - pictures of a laurel and an oak twigs correspondingly going over to the disc. In the centre of the disc - the figure "10" and the inion under it "РУБЛЕЙ" (RUBLES) indicating the denomination of the coin. Inside of the figure "0" - a security element in the form of the figure "10" and the inion "РУБ" (RUB - the abbreviation for Rubles) visible at different angles of vision relatively to the plane of the coin. In the lower part of the disc - the mint mark.
The reverse of the coin: on the external ring - the inion along the rim "НИКТО НЕ ЗАБЫТ, НИЧТО НЕ ЗАБЫТО" (NOBODY IS FORGOTTEN, NOTHING IS FORGOTTEN), in the lower part of the ring – a laurel twig the details of which go over to the disc. In the centre of the disc – the image of the Quenchless flame in the form of the five-finger star in the framework of a ribbon, lower the dates "1941-1945"
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