The obverse of the coin vividly depicts St. Basil's Cathedral (Pokrovsky Cathedral) in Moscow, right underneath the mark of the Leningrad mint (stylized letters "ЛМД" upstairs on the left the emblem of the Bank of Russia: double-headed eagle with drooping wings. To the left along the rim, a semicircular inscription "БАНК" also right along the rim "РОССИИ" In the lower part of the field of coins of the specified denomination in two lines - "3 РУБЛЯ" beneath finely, the year of coinage - "1992".
The coin's reverse depicts a battle scene of Alexander Nevsky with the Livonian order, in the lower part visible to the breakaway ice floes. Upstairs along the rim a stylized antiqued the lettering: "750-ЛЕТИЕ ПОБЕДЫ АЛЕКСАНДРА НЕВСКОГО НА ЧУДСКОМ ОЗЕРЕ" below the date - "5 АПРЕЛЯ 1242 ГОДА"
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
The Artist: A.V. Baklanov.
Sculptor: L. S. Kamilov.
Date of issue: 2 April 1992
The total circulation of 1 million, 400 thousand in proof quality and 600 thousand quality UNC.
The famous battle on the Ice is one of the most significant battles of Ancient Russia, has occurred on the ice of lake Chud on 5 April 1242 between forces of the Livonian order of Alexander Nevsky. For the Russian Prince fought Novgorod region, the Vladimir Principality and the Izhora tribes. The importance of the battle was the suspension of the offensive of the West enemies of Russia, especially in its Central Principality, weakened by the Tatar-Mongols. This date is celebrated as the Day of military glory of Russia (18 April, new style).
Released improved quality (without a trace of the storage bags) using conventional stamps. Different uniform matte surface. The coins were distributed sealed in an airtight cellophane packaging, then could shift collectors in a plastic capsule.
Circulation: 600 000 Шт.
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Made proof finish with the use of stamps, polished to a mirror Shine, while the relief has not been polished. Ideally a mirror surface and frosted design. The term proof-like (proof-like) indicates the possible presence of barely visible defects in the production and sales, missing out on the proof (proof). The coins were distributed sealed in an airtight cellophane packaging, then could shift collectors in a plastic capsule.
Circulation: 400 000 pieces.
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