Russian Rubles

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The Russian Ruble was introduced as Russia’s currency in 1992, following the demise of the Soviet Union (USSR). After some years of high inflation, the ruble was redenominated in 1998: 1,000 old Rubles were replaced by 1 New Ruble.

The New Ruble banknotes are dated 1997. At Leftover Currency we exchange current Russian Ruble banknotes, as well as the old Ruble notes with many zeroes. We also exchange Russian ruble and kopek coins. To get started with the exchange of your Russian Rubles, select the type of Russian Rubles you want to exchange: