Russia, 5000 Roubles, 1919 (PS419), VF condition

These 5000 roubles were issued in 1919 in Southern Russia (PS419) After the Russian Revolution in 1917, many areas issued their own notes. South Russia was under the command of General Denikin and the notes were issued by the High Command of the Armed Forces. They’re quite large (9” x 4”) On one side, we find a double-headed eagle and the head of Mercury. On the back, St George stands with a shield and cityscape behind.
Availability: In stock
SKU: WRU2725
£5.50
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