"Ending of World War II" - the new Russian bimetallic coin

April 25, 2015
"Ending of World War II" - the new Russian bimetallic coin

Bank of Russia at the end of April 2015 a new series of commemorative coins will be presented. They are devoted to 70-year anniversary of the Victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. This coin was minted modern Russia in memory of people who died during the Second World. As the second leading cause of minting of this coin is the respect the dedication and courage of war veterans who were able to keep the peace at the cost of his life, and at the cost of his health, in many areas of our planet.

The obverse has a rating in the central part of the coin depicted in large print "10 rubles." There is a zest, because inside there is a zero inscription figures 10 and the letters "rub" if the change in the angle of view of the obverse. The obverse of the coin as well engraved trademark owned mint St. Piterburg. It is located under the indication of the face value of the coin. On top of the circle can be seen the inscription "Bank of Russia", and the bottom face of the year of issue "2015". On each side of the coin is decorated with floral designs. The image on the coin is based on the song "Perekuёm swords into plowshares" created by sculptor VS Vuchetich. To the left of the composition is the image of our planet. The circumference of the coin is surmounted by the image of a laurel wreath, above the inscription "70 years."

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