Thursday, December 30, 2010

Russia 10 roubles 2010 - 65th Anniversary WWII Victory

New circulating commemorative:

"65th Anniversary of the Victory in WWII"



(information and images by Antony)

SPECIFICATIONS
Composition: yellow copper alloy with steel core
Weight: 5.63 g
Diameter: 22.00 mm
Thickness: 2.20 mm
Edge: reeded and plain sections

5 comments:

  1. So we're going to have two different types(with the bimetallic) of 10 roubles coins!
    Who knows if they both are in circulation?

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  2. Yes they are.
    Only the last two bimetallic 10 roubles (Chechnya and Yamalo-Nenetskiy Okrug) have never been found in circulation.

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  3. I wanted to know if the vending machines in Russia works with both types of coin or maybe with the 2009 small 10 rouble only...

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  4. Vending machines are not so widespread here. They are only for coffee, snacks and newspapers, and only in the biggest cities. But I saw three different types: 1st type - accepts 0,5 - 5 roubles only; 2nd type - works with small 10 roubles also; 3d type - accepts both types of 10 roubles.

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