Russia Alexander III 25 Roubles 1909 P12 Fine

Issued in 1909, just 8 years before the Russian Revolution, these 25 roubles feature an impressive portrait of Alexander III on the back (P12) He was Tsar of Russia from 1881 until 1894. He became Tsar after the assassination of his father Alexander II. The front has a fairly simple design with Imperial crowned double headed eagle on the front and sunburst underprint design. Alexander’s stern portrait is on the back
Availability: In stock
SKU: WRU0185
£7.25
Customers who bought this item also bought
Picture of North Korea, Set of 6, 2002-7 Crisp Uncirculated

North Korea, Set of 6, 2002-7 Crisp Uncirculated

Set of 6 notes from a very difficult country to obtain notes from, all in crisp UNC PLEASE NOTE WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT PAYPAL AS PAYMENT FOR THIS ITEM
£5.25
Picture of Russia, South Russia 10,000 roubles 1919 PS425 VF

Russia, South Russia 10,000 roubles 1919 PS425 VF

In the immediate aftermath of the Russian Revolution, there were many different issues of banknotes before a unified currency was introduced in the early 1920’s. These 10,000 rouble notes dated 1919 were issued in South Russia (PS425) Like many of the notes at the time, they are fairly crude and poorly printed affairs. We are delighted to offer this 10,000 rouble note here in Very Fine (VF) condition.
£6.00
Picture of Surinam 250 Gulden 1988 P134 Unc

Surinam 250 Gulden 1988 P134 Unc

These 250 gulden notes dated 1988 were issued by Surinam (P134). The front has a portrait of Anton de Kom, a resistance fighter and author. The back depicts a toucan, a native of the forests in Surinam. To the right is a vignette of de Kom addressing a meeting outside his father’s house in 1933, the year he was eventually arrested and taken to the Netherlands. Crisp Uncirculated.
£3.50