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 1994г." below - "БАНК РОССИИ"(the inscriptions are separated with a diamond-shaped ornament).
The reverse of the coin clearly shows the main attractions of Sevastopol connected with the great Patriotic war: in the foreground the monument to the scuttled ships on the back - the count's quay and the building of Sailors ' club. Above the Bay is a fragment of the Memorial to the courage of defenders of Sevastopol. On a symbolic image of the sea waves Seagull soars. On the circumference there is the inscription: "50-летие ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЯ г. СЕВАСТОПОЛЯ ОТ НЕМЕЦКО-ФАШИСТСКИХ ВОЙСК"
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
Artist: V. A. Kornilov.
The Sculptor: S. A. Kornilov.
Date of issue: 5 may 1994
The defense of Sevastopol, as an important strategic point, lasted from 12 September 1941 to 9 July 1942. The city remained the only island in the Crimea, is captured by the Nazis. In the course of heavy fighting with heavy losses of Soviet troops were forced to leave the city, but the defense has remained a symbol of military glory of the red army. On may 7, 1944 the city was finally liberated during the storming of Sapun mountain, the full liberation of the territory lasted another 5 days.
The only version of the release of this coin. 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.
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