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The Moscow Kremlin and Red Square

Series:Russia in the UNESCO World Culture and Nature Heritage
Date of Issue
01/08/2006
Catalogue number
5117-0030
Russia in the UNESCO World Culture and Nature Heritage
Date of Issue
01/08/2006
Catalogue number
5117-0030
Denomination
100 rubles
Quality
Proof-like
Metal, fineness
Silver 925/1000
Total weight, g
1083.74 (±2.65)
Fine metal content not less than, g
1000.0
Diameter, mm
100.0 (±0.80)
Thickness, mm
15.0 (±0.60)
Mintage, pcs
500

Obverse

in the centre – the Emblem of the Bank of Russia [the two-headed eagle with wings down, lower – the semicircular inscription – «БАНК РОССИИ» (BANK OF RUSSIA)] framed by a circle of dots and inscriptions along the rim: at the top – «СТО РУБЛЕЙ» (ONE HUNDRED RUBLES), at the bottom – the year of issue «2006», the letters to the left indicate the metal sign and the fineness, to the right – the fine metal content and the mint trade mark.

Reverse

against the background of Moscow’s outlines – towers and walls of the Moscow Kremlin. The inscription on the matted field at the top along the rim – «МОСКОВСКИЙ КРЕМЛЬ И КРАСНАЯ ПЛОЩАДЬ» (THE MOSCOW KREMLIN AND RED SQUARE), at the bottom – stylized image of the fortress wall, towers and church cupolas.

Authors

The artist: A.D. Schablykin.
The sculptor: E.A. Tolzin.
Moscow Mint (MМД).
The edge: 360 corrugations.

The Moscow Kremlin is an unique fortification monument of the end of the XVth – beginning the XVIth centuries which has been well preserved up to nowadays.

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