Banknotes from Belarus

Belarus is an eastern European country, that was a historical region known before its brief independence in 1918 to most as 'White Russia'. Following a 74-year existence as the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic, it became independent in 1991 following the USSR's dissolution, and began minting its own coins in 1996, following the adoption of the Byelorussian Ruble (BYB) in 1993. Following a new reevaluation of the currency, a second Ruble (BYR) was issued in 2000, lasting until 2016 at the rate of 1 BYR against 10,000 old BYB. The commemorative coins of Belarus have been issued by the National Bank since December, 1996. The main 4 themes of the coins issued are "Belarus and the world", "History and culture of Belarus", "Sport" and "Environmental protection". Most of the plots for the coins were created by Belarusian designers. There is no own mint in Belarus, thus the National Bank placed the orders in other countries, e.g. Russia, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Poland, Germany.
Wikidata: Q184

See also: Soviet Union

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First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble

Available for swap 50 Kopek
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 53 mm
P# 1, N# 203035

Unspecified currency

20 Rubles
(1991)

Standard banknote

P# A1, N# 236553

First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble

Available for swap 1 Ruble
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 53 mm
P# 2, N# 205941

Unspecified currency

50 Rubles
(1991)

Standard banknote

P# A2, N# 236554

First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble

Available for swap 3 Rubles
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 53 mm
P# 3, N# 205082
Available for swap 5 Rubles
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 53 mm
P# 4, N# 201632

Unspecified currency

75 Rubles
(1991)

Standard banknote

P# A4, N# 236555

First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble

Available for swap 10 Rubles
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 53 mm
P# 5, N# 204277

Unspecified currency

100 Rubles (Red)
(1991)

151 × 206 mm
P# A5, N# 222729

First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble

Available for swap 25 Rubles
1992

Standard banknote
105 × 52 mm
P# 6, N# 204441

Unspecified currency

100 Rubles
(1991)

Standard banknote

P# A6, N# 236556

First Ruble (1992-2000)

100 Kapeyka = 1 Ruble