Tartarstan, 100 roubles 1991/2 (P6) Crisp Unc

Issued by Tartarstan between 1991 and 1992, these 100 rouble notes are uniface and offered in Uncirculated condition.
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Tartarstan, with its capital of Kazan, is a highly industrialized country situated in the Volga Federal District approximately 800 km from Moscow. In 1990, it announced its sovereignty but officially is still defined as part of the Russian Federation. Issued between 1991 and 1992, the 100 roubles are simple affairs and printed on one side only. We offer them in Crisp Uncirculated.

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