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The Bank of Russia released four new regular issue coins into circulation in 2016. The 1, 2, 5 and 10 feature the crowned Russian arms used by the Czars, rather than the uncrowned eagle of the Bank of Russia that was used on the previous coin issues.
In the center the image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it the semicircular inscription RUSSIAN FEDERATION framed by two double rhombuses, under the coat of arms to the right the mint trade mark (MMD), below the inscription BANK OF RUSSIA and the year of issue.
Denomination in the coin center, a little to the left: 10 RUBLES. There are the hidden pictures inside of the figure “0”: inscription RUB and digital 10. Both pictures are visible by turns on changing the angle of vision. Below the denomination along the rim and on the right part of the disc the stylized vegetable ornament in form of a branch with two interwoven caulescents.
6 equal sections on 5 corrugations and 6 equal sections on 7 corrugations, alternated with 12 plain sections.