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« Reply #45 on: October 14, 2020, 11:14:38 AM »
Clever design! It would have done fine on a circulating commemorative. Clearly, Mr. Kozlov is more at home with designing than with computers.

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« Reply #46 on: October 15, 2020, 05:08:38 AM »
100th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation

The Foreign Intelligence Service of the Russian Federation (Russia’s SVR) forms part of the Russian security forces and serves to protect the safety of individuals, the society and the state against external threats.
The foreign political intelligence service originated in the Special Division of the Russian Extraordinary Commission (VChK) to be officially established as a dedicated branch by summer 1920. 20 December 1920, when Felix Dzerzhinsky signed an order on the creation of the Foreign Division (INO) in the VChK, is commonly believed to be the date of the foundation of the foreign intelligence service in Russia. It was split from the Special Division of the VChK to become an independent branch.
Today, Russia’s SVR carries out intelligence activities in order to provide the President, the Federal Assembly and the Government of the Russian Federation with intelligence information for making proper political, economic and strategic military decisions, decisions in research-and-technology and environment protection areas, as well as to create the conditions facilitating the successful implementation of Russia’s policy to protect security, promote economic development, scientific and technological progress, and material and technical support of the security of the Russian Federation.

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre there is a three-line inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin "50 РУБЛЕЙ" (50 RUBLES), and the year of issue "2020 г." (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the medium emblem of the Foreign Intelligence Service; there are inscriptions: ‘СЛУЖБА ВНЕШНЕЙ РАЗВЕДКИ РОССИЙСКОЙ ФЕДЕРАЦИИ’ (FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE SERVICE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) along the rim and ‘100 ЛЕТ’ (100 YEARS) below, above a laurel branch.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), S.A. Kornilov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), computer simulation (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint. Edge: 134 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 25/05/2020
Denomination: 50 rubles
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Gold 999/1000
Total weight, g: 7.89 (±0.10)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 7.78
Diameter, mm: 22.60 (±0.15)
Thickness, mm: 1.60 (±0.20)
Mintage, pcs: 1,000

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« Reply #47 on: October 15, 2020, 08:56:04 AM »
Metallurgy Worker

The commemorative coin ‘Metallurgy Worker’ is devoted to the workers of one of the most important industries which comprises the processes of metal extraction form metal ores and other raw materials, i.e., to metal workers.
The development of such industries as automotive, aircraft, machinery, shipbuilding, and power energy directly depends on the availability of high-quality metal products.
The Man of Labour series is issued to promote various professions.

Obverse. In the centre the denomination of the coin ‘10 РУБЛЕЙ’ (10 RUBLES), inside the figure ‘0’ hidden pictures of the number ‘10’ and the inscription ‘РУБ’ (RUB), visible alternately when changing the angle of vision, on the left and on the right stylised images of laurel and oak branches respectively, along the rim at the top the inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), at the bottom the year of issue ‘2020’, to its right the mint trade mark.
Reverse. Stylised images of a metal worker wearing protective clothing in the course of work, a ladle with molten metal, and flying sparks; the inscription ‘ЧЕЛОВЕК ТРУДА’ (MAN OF LABOUR) is at the upper left.
Authors: Designer: A.A. Brynza. Sculptor: A.V. Gnidin.
Mint: Moscow Mint (ММД). Edge: 6 sections with 5 corrugations and 6 sections with 7 corrugations alternated with 12 smooth sections.

Date of Issue: 30/06/2020
Denomination: 10 rubles
Quality: UNC
Material: Brass plated steel
Total weight, g: 5.63 (±0.15)
Diameter, mm: 22.0 (+0.20) (–0.05)
Thickness, mm: 2.20 (±0.20)
Mintage, pcs: 1,000,000

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« Reply #48 on: October 15, 2020, 10:40:59 AM »
That's my kind of commemorative. Are there still 10 ruble coins in circulation? Can you find commemorative coins in circulation?

The metallurgical worker is a bit of a Soviet theme. What's even more important is that his job prospects should not be good. In view of the sparks, he works in a plant that uses carbon energy (presumably coal or oil). Russia is a signatory to the Paris agreement, so these plants must be electrified, not glorified. If a big country like Russia cannot keep its promises under the Paris agreement, climate change will happen in our lifetime and Russia will suffer greatly. Imagine the gigantic wildfires last year in Australia, this year in California happening in the tundra...

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« Reply #49 on: October 15, 2020, 10:44:06 AM »
Yes of course

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« Reply #50 on: October 16, 2020, 07:50:08 AM »
Kozelsk, Kaluga Region

Kozelsk is a town in the Kaluga Region of the Russian Federation. This town was first mentioned in Russian chronicles back in 1146.
Founded at the place of an ancient settlement of Vyatichi Slavs, Kozelsk was originally part of the Chernigov Principality. Then, as a result of the internal strife between principalities, the town became part of the Principality of Novgorod-Seversk as a sub-principality.
Kozelsk is famous for the legendary seven-week defence against Batu Khan’s army in 1238. All residents died, the town was destroyed, while Batu Khan infuriated by Kozelsk’s fortitude dubbed it an ‘evil town’.
Later on, Kozelsk became part of the Karachev Principality. In the second half of the 14th century, the town was under the rule of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. In 1494, Kozelsk became part of the Grand Duchy of Moscow. In 1708–1713, Kozelsk belonged to the Smolensk Governorate. In 1713, the town became part of the Moscow Governorate. From 1719, Kozelsk was part of the Kaluga Province. Beginning in 1776, Kozelsk was the chief town of the Kaluga Viceroyalty (later, the Kaluga Governorate). In the 18th–19th centuries, Kozelsk was a transit trading town between Russia and Ukraine.
From 8 October through 28 December 1941, Kozelsk was occupied by Nazi aggressors. On 5 December 2009, Kozelsk was awarded the honorary title ‘City of Military Glory’ for the courage, fortitude and valour of people who defended Kozelsk.

Obverse. In the centre of the disc there is the denomination of the coin ‘10 РУБЛЕЙ’ (10 RUBLES), inside the figure ‘0’ there is a hidden number ‘10’ and an inscription ‘РУБ’ (RUB) visible by turns when the angle of vision changes, below is a mint trade mark; on the ring above there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), below is the year of issue ‘2020’, on the left and on the right there are stylised images of plant branches going over to the disc.

Reverse. There is a view of the Nikolskaya Church, an image of the municipal arms of Kozelsk at the upper left, and the inscriptions on the outer ring along the rim: ‘ДРЕВНИЕ ГОРОДА РОССИИ’ (ANCIENT TOWNS OF RUSSIA) at the top and ‘КОЗЕЛЬСК’ (KOZELSK) at the bottom.

Authors: Designer: A.V. Gnidin. Sculptor: A.N. Bessonov.
Mint: Moscow Mint (ММД). Edge: 300 corrugations and the inscription "ДЕСЯТЬ РУБЛЕЙ" (TEN RUBLES) recurring twice and divided by asterisks.

Date of Issue: 20/07/2020
Denomination: 10 rubles
Quality: UNC
Material: ring/disk: Brass plated steel/Nickel plated steel
Total weight, g: 7.90 (±0.45)
Diameter, mm: 27.0 (+0.20) (–0.05)
Thickness, mm: 2.10 (±0.25)
Mintage, pcs: 5,000,000

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« Reply #51 on: October 16, 2020, 10:29:50 AM »
How utterly brave for Kozelsk to resist Batu Khan. It was standard policy for the Mongols to destroy towns that resisted and kill all inhabitants. Without supplies or reinforcements, the effort was doomed from the first day.

I am intrigued by the arms, reproduced in colour below. I don't know what the grey, ear shaped objects are, but suspect that they are religious items, perhaps connected to the nearby Óптина пýстынь (Optina hermitage)

It should be mentioned also that at the start of the second world war, there was a prisoner of war camp in Kozelsk. On orders from Stalin, thousands of Polish officers from that camp and many other sites were taken to Katyn forest and murdered there.

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« Reply #52 on: October 16, 2020, 10:41:46 AM »
These are not ears.  :)
See the picture below ...

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« Reply #53 on: October 16, 2020, 10:49:40 AM »
Very interesting! Thank you.

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« Reply #54 on: October 16, 2020, 11:28:09 AM »
175th Anniversary of the Russian Geographical Society

The Russian Geographical Society (RGS) was founded in 1845 by the decree of Emperor Nikolay I. In various periods of time, the Society was led by representatives of the Russian imperial family, scientists, and statespersons. In 2009, Sergey Shoygu was elected the President of the RGS. The Board of Trustees of the Society is headed by President of Russia Vladimir Putin.
The RGS has made a significant contribution to the studies of European Russia, the Urals, Siberia, the Far East, Middle and Central Asia, the Caucasus, Iran, India, New Guinea, the Arctic countries, and other territories. The Society laid the foundations of nature reserve management in Russia.
It is one of the oldest geographical societies in the world. The RGS unites geographers and specialists of related sciences, as well as travel enthusiasts, ecologists, and public figures who are eager to learn new things about Russia and ready to help preserve the country’s natural resources.
Over recent years, the Society implemented a range of large-scale projects, which include the photo contest ‘The Most Beautiful Country’, the Geographical Dictation (international project), the archaeological and geographical expedition Kyzyl–Kuragino, the complex expedition Gogland, the expedition under the Arctic Cleanup Programme, and many others. The RGS takes extensive efforts to study and protect rare animals and birds, including Amur tigers, toothed whales – belugas, and white bears. The Society issues over 200 scientific publications every year and provides grants and information support for the production of films about Russia’s cultural and natural heritage.
Today, the RGS numbers over 22,000 members in Russia and abroad. The Society has its regional branches in all 85 constituent territories of the Russian Federation. The honourable members of the Society include statesmen, scientists, and public figures. Among them are Pyotr Semyonov-Tyan-Shansky, Sergey Witte, Nikolay Vavilov, Vladimir Vernadsky, Ferdinand von Wrangel, Alexander Gorchakov, Vladimir Dal, Vladimir Obruchev, King Leopold II of Belgium, Turkish Sultan Abdul Hamid, King of Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Norway Oscar II, Shah of Persia Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Baron Ferdinand von Richthofen, Roald Amundsen, Fridtjof Nansen, and Thor Heyerdahl.

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription "РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ" (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin "1 РУБЛЬ" (1 RUBLE), and the year of issue "2020 г." (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc features a relief image of the emblem of the Russian Geographical Society against a stylised image of the net of the parallels and meridians of the Earth, and the inscription ‘175 ЛЕТ РУССКОМУ ГЕОГРАФИЧЕСКОМУ ОБЩЕСТВУ’ (THE 175th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RUSSIAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY) along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), A.D. Schablykin (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), A.D. Schablykin (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint (СПМД). Edge: 200 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 20/07/2020
Denomination: 1 ruble
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Silver 925/1000
Total weight, g: 8.53 (±0.09)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 7.78
Diameter, mm: 25.00 (±0.20)
Thickness, mm: 2.20 (±0.20)
Mintage, pcs: 5,000

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« Reply #55 on: October 19, 2020, 03:43:29 AM »
Tundra Wolf

The polar wolf (in Latin ‘Canis lupus tundrarum’) is one of the largest subspecies of the wolf. It lives in the Arctic and tundra. The polar wolf is well adapted to life in conditions of low temperatures, strong winds, permafrost and long periods without sunlight. Since these territories are unsuitable for human life, it is not threatened with extermination.
The polar wolf has a light, almost white in winter, coat colour, thick fur, pointed ears, long legs, and large paws. Life expectancy in the natural environment is 5-6 years.
Wolves are pack animals. The base of the pack is the leader and female leader with the other members being their last and penultimate offspring. Sometimes the pack includes older family members and other related individuals who have not found a partner. Within the pack, the social hierarchy is strictly observed: what is permissible for wolves who occupy a high position in the pack is absolutely unacceptable for other members. Standing at a lower hierarchical level, wolves implicitly obey the authority of the leaders, for example, when dividing the spoils. There are almost no bloody confrontations between members of the same pack.
Interaction within the pack occurs through a complex language consisting of body movements, barking, growling, and yelping. Howling wolves warn other packs of their presence in the area.
The polar wolf feeds on lemmings, polar hares, as well as larger prey, without which the pack cannot survive – reindeer and musk oxen. The latter are extremely difficult to catch because of their well-coordinated manner of defence, so although wolves are very hardy and patient and can track down prey for a long time, hunting is often unsuccessful. The pack has to go without food for several days.
The mating period for wolves runs from January to March. A pregnant she-wolf leaves the pack in search of a den to give birth to pups and takes care of them until they acquire hunting skills. All adult wolves are sensitive to cubs.
In autumn and winter, polar wolves migrate to the south following herds of musk oxen and deer. By that time, the cubs have gained enough strength and experience to become full members of the pack and migrate with adults.

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin ‘50 РУБЛЕЙ’ (50 RUBLES), and the year of issue ‘2020 г.’ (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of a tundra wolf; there is an inscription ‘СОХРАНИМ НАШ МИР’ (PROTECT OUR WORLD) above along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint. Edge: 134 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 04/08/2020
Denomination: 50 rubles
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Gold 999/1000
Total weight, g: 7.89 (±0.10)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 7.78
Diameter, mm: 22.60 (±0.15)
Thickness, mm: 1.60 (±0.20)
Mintage, pcs: 1,000

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« Reply #56 on: October 19, 2020, 11:30:58 AM »
Tundra Wolf

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin ‘100 РУБЛЕЙ’ (100 RUBLES), and the year of issue ‘2020 г.’ (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of a tundra wolf against a backdrop of water, rocks and the sun; there is an inscription ‘СОХРАНИМ НАШ МИР’ (PROTECT OUR WORLD) above on the left along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint (СПМД). Edge: 240 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 04/08/2020
Denomination: 100 rubles
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Gold 999/1000
Total weight, g: 15.72 (±0.15)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 15.55
Diameter, mm: 30.00 (±0.25)
Thickness, mm: 1.70 (±0.20)
Mintage, pcs: 1,000

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« Reply #57 on: October 20, 2020, 03:41:07 AM »
Tundra Wolf

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal, its fineness, and the serial number of the coin on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin ‘10000 РУБЛЕЙ’ (10000 RUBLES), and the year of issue ‘2020 г.’ (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of a tundra she-wolf with her cubs against a backdrop of water and rocks; there is an inscription ‘СОХРАНИМ НАШ МИР’ (PROTECT OUR WORLD) above along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint (СПМД). Edge: 360 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 04/08/2020
Denomination: 10 000 rubles
Quality: Proof-like
Metal, fineness: Gold 999/1000
Total weight, g: 1004.40 (±3.30)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 1000.0
Diameter, mm: 100.00 (±0.80)
Thickness, mm: 8.50 (±0.40)
Mintage, pcs: 50

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« Reply #58 on: October 20, 2020, 11:28:54 AM »
Tundra Wolf

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin ‘3 РУБЛЯ’ (3 RUBLES), and the year of issue ‘2020 г.’ (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of a tundra wolf against a backdrop of rocks and the sky with stars; there is an inscription ‘СОХРАНИМ НАШ МИР’ (PROTECT OUR WORLD) above along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint (СПМД). Edge: 300 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 04/08/2020
Denomination: 3 rubles
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Silver 925/1000
Total weight, g: 33.94 (±0.31)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 31.10
Diameter, mm: 39.00 (±0.30)
Thickness, mm: 3.30 (±0.35)
Mintage, pcs: 5,000

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« Reply #59 on: October 21, 2020, 03:55:14 AM »
Tundra Wolf

Obverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation, over it along the rim there is the semicircular inscription ‘РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ’ (RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by doubled rhombuses, below under the coat of arms there are indications of the precious metal and its fineness on the left and the fine metal content and the mint trade mark on the right, at the bottom in the centre, in three lines, there is an inscription ‘БАНК РОССИИ’ (BANK OF RUSSIA), the denomination of the coin ‘25 РУБЛЕЙ’ (25 RUBLES), and the year of issue ‘2020 г.’ (2020).
Reverse. The mirror field of the disc bears a relief image of two tundra wolves against a backdrop of water, rocks and the sky with stars; there is an inscription ‘СОХРАНИМ НАШ МИР’ (PROTECT OUR WORLD) above along the rim.
Authors: Designers: E.V. Kramskaya (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse). Sculptors: A.A. Dolgopolova (obverse), F.S. Andronov (reverse).
Mint: Saint Petersburg Mint. Edge: 252 corrugations.

Date of Issue: 04/08/2020
Denomination: 25 rubles
Quality: Proof
Metal, fineness: Silver 925/1000
Total weight, g: 169.00 (± 0.85)
Fine metal content not less than, g: 155.50
Diameter, mm: 60.00 (± 0.50)
Thickness, mm: 6.60 (± 0.50)
Mintage, pcs: 1,000