Exonumia from Soviet Union

Wikidata: Q15180

See also: Russia, Russian Empire

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Rounds

1 Onze - Armenian earthquake
1989

Bullion › Round
Silver (.999) • 31.18 g • ⌀ 39.8 mm
X# 10
5 oz Silver (Defence of nature)
1987

Bullion › Round: Russian-American peace and cooperation
Silver (.999) • 156.45 g • ⌀ 66 mm
X# MB1
5 oz Silver (USA - USSR INF treaty)
1987

Bullion › Round: Russian-American peace and co-operation
Silver (.999) • 156.45 g • ⌀ 59.85 mm
X# MB2
5 oz Silver (Vladimir's Silver Coin)
1988

Bullion › Round: 1000th Anniversary of Russian Minting Series
Silver (.999) • 156.45 g
X# MB4
5 oz Silver (Millennium of Russian Christianity)
1989

Bullion › Round: Millennium of Russian Christianity
Silver (.999) • 156.45 g
X# MB3
Gold trade ingot
(1925-1926)

Bullion › Round
Gold (.999) • 4.98 g

Mint tokens

Pattern of the USSR State Bank

Coin patterns › Mint token
Nickel silver • 7.5 g • ⌀ 27 mm
​Fedorin# 757-765
Moscow Mint Token

Coin patterns › Mint token
Brass plated aluminium • 2.66 g • ⌀ 24 mm
Token - Leningrad Mint (Peter I)

Coin patterns › Mint token
Bimetallic • 4.99 g
Token - Moscow Mint (Moscow 1942)
(1991 BC)

Coin patterns › Mint token
Brass • 1.0 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
Token - Worker of the Petrograd Mint (123)
(1918-1924)

Coin patterns › Mint token
Copper-nickel • 16.58 g • ⌀ 38.5 mm
Petrograd Mint Token
1922

Coin patterns › Mint token
Mint Token - For test of press
(1948-1961)

Coin patterns › Mint token
​Fedorin# 770
Etalon of 10 Kopeks
1962

Coin patterns › Mint token
Available for swap Token - Leningrad Mint
(1964-1973)

Coin patterns › Mint token
Brass • 5.85 g • ⌀ 27 mm
TC# 500263