Russia, 1,000 Roubles 1917 P37 GF-GVF

These huge Russia 1000 roubles are dated 1917, the same year as the Russian Revolution (P37) The front has an underprint of a swastika, which at that time was a symbol of peace and did not have the connotations we give it today. On the back a view of the Duma building is in a frame at the centre. Large notes, about the size of our own White £5 note. Crisp GF-GVF at just £12.50
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£12.50
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