Structure of Catalogue Number
The catalogue number is a symbol line that consists of 9 signs (symbols) and that contains coded information on the coin:
The Section position has a round number between 1 to 5 including, which corresponds to one of the sections and presents its code.
|1||-||Circulating coins of the RSFSR of 1921-1923|
|2||-||Circulating coins of the USSR of 1924-1991|
|3||-||Commemorative and investment coins of the USSR of 1924-1991|
|4||-||Circulating coins of the Russian Federation since 1992|
|5||-||Commemorative and investment coins of the Russian Federation since 1992|
The Metal position has a round number between 0 to 5 including, which corresponds to one of the metals and presents its code.
|0||-||Copper-nickel alloys of white color|
|5||-||Yellow alloys of non-ferrous metals as well as combination of two and more non-ferrous metals (alloys)|
|6||-||Combination of two and more precious metals (alloys)|
|7||-||Steel including covered by non-ferrous metals|
The Denomination position has a round two-digit number from 0 to 24. Each number corresponds to one of the denominations and presents its identification.
The Dash position has the dividing symbol «-»; the folowing Index Number position that has a four-digit round number which is the index number of the coin in this section.
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