Russia 250 Roubles 1917 P36 EF/EF+

These 250 roubles are dated 1917, the year the Russian Revolution dismantled the Tsarist regime. (P36) They were issued by the Soviet Government. The simple design has a double-headed eagle set against a swastika, at the time a symbol representing peace, rather than more sinister overtones that would come later in the 20th century. We offer this 250 roubles in EF/EF+
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SKU: WRU0705
£10.50
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