Recently released by the Central Bank commemorative banknote 100 rubles, dedicated to the annexation of Crimea to Russia, in the Republic sell at the price from 400 to 500 rubles, reports FlashCrimea .
According to the Agency, in Sevastopol asking for storublëvka 400-450 rubles, Simferopol – 500 rubles. According to the edition “Our Newspaper”Crimea, on newsstands “Soyuzpechat” of the Crimea this banknote is worth 550 rubles. On the Internet new bills are estimated at from 350 to 600 rubles.
According to “Our Newspaper” Crimea, new storublevka with Crimea started to sell in the kiosks of Moscow. According to eyewitnesses, the price is 400 roubles, inform “Arguments of week – Crimea”. However, as it became known, the money is already in free circulation in Crimea – they are embedded in ATMs and in cash.
The Bank of Russia on December 23, 2015 issued a commemorative banknote 100 rubles, dedicated to the Crimean Peninsula. The circulation of Bank notes amounted to $ 20 million. On one side of the banknote depicts images of the castle “swallow’s nest” view of the rock Sail and mount Ayu-Dag, a contour plot of the Great Khan mosque, the Khan’s Palace in Bakhchisaray, the radio telescope RT-70. The left and right edges of the banknote depicts the vine.
The other side of the banknote is dedicated to the Sevastopol. It is the monument to the scuttled ships in Sevastopol Bay, fragment of a picture of Ivan Ayvazovsky “the Russian squadron on the Sevastopol RAID,” a plan of Sevastopol, a contour image of architectural and historical monuments of Sevastopol.
On the banknote include a QR code with a link to the page of the Bank of Russia website where you can find background information on a commemorative banknote. The design of the banknote was developed in conjunction with Goznak.