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Soviet Union (USSR) - Ruble (1924-1958)

100 Kopeks = 1 Ruble

1 Ruble (Pattern) – obverse
1 Ruble (Pattern) – reverse
1 Ruble (Pattern)
1924
Pattern
Aluminium
KM# Pn204
1 Ruble – obverse
1 Ruble – reverse
1 Ruble
1924
Silver (.900) • 20 g • ⌀ 33.5 mm
Y# 90.1, Y# 90.2
1 Ruble (Trial Strike) – obverse
1 Ruble (Trial Strike) – reverse
1 Ruble (Trial Strike)
1956
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 8.35 g
Ushakov# 293(Р-4)
1 Ruble – obverse
1 Ruble – reverse
1 Ruble
1958
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 7.5 g • ⌀ 27 mm
Y# 134
2 Rubles (Trial Strike) – obverse
2 Rubles (Trial Strike) – reverse
2 Rubles (Trial Strike)
1956
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 9.74 g
Ushakov# 334(Р-5)
2 Rubles – obverse
2 Rubles – reverse
2 Rubles
1958
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 9.9 g • ⌀ 29 mm
Y# A134
3 Rubles – obverse
3 Rubles – reverse
3 Rubles
1958
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 14.3 g • ⌀ 31.6 mm
Y# B134
5 Rubles – obverse
5 Rubles – reverse
5 Rubles
1958
Pattern
Copper-nickel • 16.9 g • ⌀ 34 mm
Y# C134

Soviet Union (USSR) - Ruble (1961-1991)

100 Kopeks = 1 Ruble

1 Kopeck (15 ribbons) – obverse
1 Kopeck (15 ribbons) – reverse
1 Kopeck (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Brass • 1 g • ⌀ 15 mm
Y# 126a, Schön# 75a
1 Kopeck (Trial strike; magnetic) – obverse
1 Kopeck (Trial strike; magnetic) – reverse
1 Kopeck (Trial strike; magnetic)
1988
Pattern
Iron plated brass • 0.99 g
Ushakov# 544(Р-4)
2 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
2 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
2 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Brass • 2 g • ⌀ 18 mm
Y# 127a, Schön# 76a
3 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
3 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
3 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Brass • 3 g • ⌀ 22 mm
Y# 128a, Schön# 77
3 Kopecks (Trial strike; smooth edge) – obverse
3 Kopecks (Trial strike; smooth edge) – reverse
3 Kopecks (Trial strike; smooth edge)
1979-1980
Pattern
Brass • 2.99 g
Ushakov# 535(Р-4), Ushakov# 538(Р-4)
5 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
5 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
5 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Brass • 5.0 g • ⌀ 25 mm
Y# 129a, Schön# 78
10 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
10 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
10 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Copper-nickel-zinc • 1.6 g • ⌀ 17.27 mm
Y# 130, Schön# 79
10 Kopecks (October Revolution) – obverse
10 Kopecks (October Revolution) – reverse
10 Kopecks (October Revolution)
1967
Circulating commemorative coin: 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution
Copper-nickel-zinc • 2.05 g • ⌀ 17.2 mm
Y# 136, Schön# 85
15 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
15 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
15 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Copper-nickel-zinc • 2.5 g • ⌀ 19.56 mm
Y# 131, Schön# 80
15 Kopecks (October Revolution) – obverse
15 Kopecks (October Revolution) – reverse
15 Kopecks (October Revolution)
1967
Circulating commemorative coin: 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution
Copper-nickel-zinc • 3.4 g • ⌀ 19.6 mm
Y# 137, Schön# 86
20 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – obverse
20 Kopecks (15 ribbons) – reverse
20 Kopecks (15 ribbons)
1961-1991
Copper-nickel-zinc • 3.4 g • ⌀ 21.8 mm
Y# 132, Schön# 81
20 Kopecks (October Revolution) – obverse
20 Kopecks (October Revolution) – reverse
20 Kopecks (October Revolution)
1967
Circulating commemorative coin: 50th Anniversary of the October Revolution
Copper-nickel-zinc • 4.35 g • ⌀ 21.8 mm
Y# 138, Schön# 87

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