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Russia 100 Rubles Banknote, 2015, P-275b, UNC, Series KC, Commemorative, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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  • SKU:
    T-RUSS275BU
  • Variety:
    TAP - Commemorative
  • UPC/ISBN
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Verified Security Features:
  • Dimensions: 150 x 65 mm
  • Watermark: Catherine the great and electrotype Jewelry
  • Holographic Windowed Security Thread with demetallized 100 and Ruble symbol
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The Russia 100 Rubles banknote was issued by the Bank of Russia in 2015 in a vertical orientation. It was released to commemorate the annexation of Crimea from Ukraine. It comes in a combination of yellow, green, brown, and blue. The obverse features a painting by Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky “The Russian Squadron on the Sebastopol Roads”, a sculpture by Amandus Adamson “Monument to the Scuttled Ships” in Sevastopol Bay, a layout of the Sevastopol city, Architect I. Fialko and sculptor V. Yakovlev’s “Memorial to the Heroic Defense of Sevastopol in 1941-1942” on Nakhimov square and the St. Vladimir’s Cathedral. The reverse of the paper bill depicts a grapevine, the “Sail” cliff and Au-Dag mountain, the Swallow’s Nest castle on Aurora Cliff overlooking Cape of Ai-Todor in Crimea, the mosque of Khan in Khan’s Palace, a radio telescope RT-70 near the town of Yevpatoria, and a Quick recognition code. The banknote comes with a holographic windowed security thread with a demetallized 100 and a micro-perf symbol of the ruble. It also bears a watermark that reflects Catherine the Great and electrotype jewelry. The banknote is 150 x 65 mm in size and is part of the Series KC. It is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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