5000 Russian Rubles banknote 1992
The Bank of Russia issued Russian Ruble banknotes in 9 different denominations,
including this 5000 Russian Rubles banknote 1992. They are part of the old Russian Ruble banknotes series. The Bank of Russia started issuing
these 5000 Russian Ruble banknotes in 1992. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1993.
After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, and the establishment of the Russian Federation, the Bank of Russia introduced a set of Russian Ruble banknotes. This 5000 ruble bill forms part of the first series of the Ruble, dated 1992. It features Saint Basil’s Cathedral, a church in the Red Square in Moscow. The backside of the old 5000 Ruble note shows the towers of the Kremlin.
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