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Banknotes from Armenia

Armenia is a country on the edge of Southeast Europe and Western Asia. It has a population of 3 millions and borders Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iran. In antiquity the region had contact with the Greeks and Romans, and was the first country to adopt Christianity as a state religion in 301, but afterwards came under foreign rule until the 11th century. After that it became subject to Ottomans, and then Russian Empire. It became one of the republics of the Soviet Union. Independence was declared in 1991.
Wikidata: Q399

See also: Soviet Union, Nagorno-Karabakh, Ottoman Empire, Russia - Empire, Cilician Armenia

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1,000 Rubles
1919

Standard banknote
P# 27
5 Rubles
1919

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P# 1
5 Rubles
1919

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P# 14
5,000 Rubles
1919

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P# 28
10 Rubles
1919

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P# 2
10,000 Rubles
1919

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P# 29
25 Rubles
1919

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P# 16
50 Rubles
1919

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P# 17
50 Rubles
1919

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P# 21
Available for swap 50 Rubles
1919

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P# 30
100 Rubles
1919

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P# 18
100 Rubles
1919

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P# 22
Available for swap 100 Rubles
1919

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P# 31
250 Rubles
1919

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P# 23
Available for swap 250 Rubles
1919

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P# 32
500 Rubles
1919

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P# 26
Available for swap 500 Rubles
1993

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P# 32A
1000 Rubles
1919

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P# 8

Dram (1993-date)

100 Luma = 1 Dram

Available for swap 10 Dram
1993

Standard banknote
125 × 62 mm
P# 33
Available for swap 25 Dram
1993

Standard banknote
P# 34

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