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Russia 1,000 Rubles Banknote, 1997 (2010), P-272c, UNC

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Russia 1,000 Rubles banknote from 1997 (2010) has a pick number P-272c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Prince Yaroslav the Wise.

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    RUSS272CU
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    UNC
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This uncirculated 1,000 Russian ruble banknote is dated 2010/1997. It has a blue and green color scheme and measures 157 mm long by 69 mm wide. Its obverse side shows the Bank of Russia seal, a statue of Prince Yaroslav the Wise, the Our Lady of Kazan Chapel with the Yaroslavi Kremlin Wall, and the Yaroslavi coat of arms in green SPARK. Its reverse side shows the Saint John the Baptist Church and Bell Tower in Yaroslavi. Other security features include a winged windowed security thread with demetalized 1000 and a watermark of Prince Yaroslav the Wise with an electrotype 1000.

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