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Russia 1000 Roubles 2010 (1997-2010)

Item Code: RU-272C

Front: Bank logo with double-headed eagle (made with optically-variable ink - OVI). Architectural monuments of Yaroslavl':
Monument to the Prince and Founder Yaroslav I the Wise (1993; sculptor: O. Komov) and Chapel of Our Lady of Kazan (1997)
with Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery (the Monastery of Transfiguration of the Savior) also known as Yaroslavl Kremlin in the
background, all located in Yaroslavl'. Coat of arms (OVI) of Yaroslavl' city bearing a bear on a silver shield that bears a golden
ax. Back: Church Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and its 7-storey, 45 metre high belfry (bell tower) in the city of Yaroslavl'.
Watermark: Yaroslav I the Wise (monument); Electrotype '1000'. Main colours: Blue-green and purple. Artist: Unknown.
Signatures: None. Issuer: Bank of Russia. Date of Issue: 1 January 2001 / 10 August 2010. Date of withdrawal: N/a.
Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper.
Printer: Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Goznak" (State Insignia), Moscow.

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Dimensions: 158 x 69 mm
The modified banknotes have the following main differences:
  • the security fibres of two types are embedded in the paper (two-coloured and one-coloured grey ones);
  • the security thread is embedded in the paper. It comes out on the surface on the front of the banknote in the shape of a window;
  • the multitone & highlight watermark is located on the wide unprinted area;
  • the coat-of-arms of the city of Yaroslavl is printed in optically variable magnetic ink (OVMI) with the effect of a moving bright glossy bar;
  • on the front of the banknote at the edges of unprinted areas there are fine relief line marks;
  • at the bottom of a field with latent coloured waves (MVC effect) there is an area with constantly visible coloured waves;
  • the height of figures of the left serial number smoothly increases from the left to the right;
  • on the back of the banknote the multicoloured ornamental stripe has been changed;
  • some elements of the image have magnetic properties;
  • under a UV and IR light the banknote images differ in some aspects from the images of the banknotes of previous modifications.
  • the emblem of the Bank of Russia is made with optically-variable ink (OVI);
  • translucent guard band as security strip.


Texts: Bilet Banka Rossii. Tysyacha Rubley. One Thousand Rubles. Poddelka biletov Banka Rossii presleduetsya po zakonu.

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