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Paper money of the USSR

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Russian Paper Money | Imperial period | 1915-1917 serie


The ongoing war led not only to inflation, but also to lack of metal money. Therefor, paper banknotes with the value from 1 to 50 kopeks. But printing was not cheap, and soon the banknotes were replaced by postal stamps. The difference between the real postal stamps and the ones used as paper money was in a plainer paper and printing on the obverse side. In 1917 the dual-headed eagle was removed from the obverse.

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P161Kopek(1915)

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P171Kopek(1916-17)

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P241Kopek(1915-17)

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P32a1Kopek(1917)

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P182Kopeks(1915)

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P192Kopeks(1915)

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P252Kopeks(1915-17)

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P332Kopeks(1917)

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P203Kopeks(1915)

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P263Kopeks(1915)

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P343Kopeks(1917)

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P275Kopeks(1915)

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P2110Kopeks(1915)

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P2110KopeksSheet

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P2810Kopeks(1915)

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P2215Kopeks(1915)

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P2915Kopeks(1915)

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P2320Kopeks(1915)

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P3020Kopeks(1915)

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P3150Kopeks1915

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