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  • 1 Ruble 1992, Y# 311, Russia, Federation
  • 1 Ruble 1992, Y# 311, Russia, Federation, Leningrad Mint (Л)
  • 1 Ruble 1992, Y# 311, Russia, Federation, Moscow Mint (М)
  • 1 Ruble 1992, Y# 311, Russia, Federation, Moscow Mint (ММД)
Description

After the fall of the Soviet Union, the Russian Federation introduced new coins in 1992 in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 rubles. The 1- and 5-ruble coins were minted in brass-clad steel, the 10- and 20-ruble coins in cupro-nickel, and the 50- and 100-ruble coins were bimetallic (aluminium-bronze and cupro-nickel-zinc).

Obverse

Depicts the emblem of the Bank of Russia, the double-headed eagle without a crown, sceptre and globus cruciger. It is exactly the same eagle, that the artist Ivan Bilibin painted after the February Revolution as a coat of arms for the Russian Republic.

Under the eagle the semicircular inscription BANK OF RUSSIA.

БАНК РОССИИ

Reverse

Depicts value flanked by sprigs (wheat on the left and oak on the right) above the mintmark and date.

1
РУБЛЬ
Л
1992

Edge

1 Ruble

Y# 311
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Characteristics
Material Brass Clad Steel
Weight 3.3 g
Diameter 19.5 mm
Thickness 1.75 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mints
Leningrad Mint (LMD)
Moscow Mint (MMD)

Related coins

Copper Nickel Zinc, 3.25 g, ⌀ 20.5 mm
Non-magnetic

Cupronickel, 3.25 g, ⌀ 20.5 mm
Magnetic

Nickel Plated Steel, 3 g, ⌀ 20.5 mm