Money Russia: the ruble to the ruble
• Money Russia: the ruble ruble to
After the collapse of the USSR, the first time in Russia "went" Soviet money, only a couple of years, it has started printing bills of their own design. Let's see how it was.
Since the declaration of the Russian Federation as an independent state until July 26, 1993 in Russia were circulated previously issued banknotes USSR samples 1961, 1991 and 1992, as well as the Bank of Russia Tickets nominal value of 5 and 10 thousand rubles issued in 1992.
In order to protect the economy from the monetary flow from the former Soviet Union, which have already introduced their own currency and keep inflation from July 26 to August 7, 1993 currency reform was carried out in Russia, in which the notes of all the previous editions have been withdrawn from circulation, and the only legal means of payment recognized by the Bank of Russia ticket sample 1993.
In 1994, slightly updated design 5000th, 10000th, 50000th bills.
Since 1995 began the gradual replacement of banknotes issued in 1993 a new series of banknotes, with the changed design and improved security features. The Bank of Russia also introduced new 100,000th banknotes into circulation. Inflation continued rapidly. 1000 rubles
Due to the hyperinflation of March 17, 1997 in Russia it was released the largest denomination of the period 500 000 rubles, which was issued less than a year.
Brewing anecdotal situation where the lights would be born in the denomination of 1 million rubles.
In 1998, the denomination was held, which resulted in 1,000 rubles to 1 January 1998 becomes equal to 1 ruble after January 1, 1998. Registration of the new series of banknotes is fully consistent with that of the banknotes in 1995, was only a shortened (three orders of magnitude) value and changed security features .
This year started production of banknotes of 1000 rubles.
In 2006, there was a note in nominal value of 5000 rubles.
It seems that no other significant changes will not, because the ruble will cease to exist in the near future. Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus will benefit from the common currency, the working title of which hit the jackpot.