The obverse of the coin in the ring of dots in relief is depicted the dome of the Senate building in the Moscow Kremlin and Spasskaya tower, right of the turret the mark of the Leningrad mint (stylized letters "ЛМД". The outside of the ring semi-circle along the rim inscriptions: at the top - "ТРИ РУБЛЯ 1993г." below - "БАНК РОССИИ"(the inscriptions are separated with a diamond-shaped ornament).
On the coin reverse there is a contour image of two Soviet tanks and soldiers during a battle in the background placed the map of the battle of Kursk. At the top along the rim in a circle the inscription: "50 ЛЕТ ПОБЕДЫ НА КУРСКОЙ ДУГЕ"(the title card is divided into two parts).
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
Artist: A. A. Kolodkin.
The Sculptor: M. A. Sysa.
Date of issue: June 17, 1993
Total circulation - 500 thousand, of which 350 thousand in proof quality and 150 thousand quality UNC.
The battle of Kursk took place from July 5 to August 23 1943, the next phase of relief operations after the victory at Stalingrad. At first, it was the defense of Kursk, was surrounded by the German army, then was released the eagle, after which the fighting took place in the Belgorod and Kharkiv areas. July 12 was the famous battle of Prokhorovka (Belgorod region), is considered the most massive tank battle in history (from both sides attended by about 1,000 combat aircraft and 200 thousand soldiers). The result of the battle of Kursk was the distance of the front farther to the West and the advantage to the Soviet side.
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: 150 000 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: 350,000 pieces.
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