Russian ruble (1:1)
The first banknotes were printed on June 10, 1992 by the National Bank of Moldova. These notes were pegged to the Russian ruble with a ratio of 1:1. On November 29, 1993, the National Bank of Romania replaced the Moldovan cupon with the Moldovan leu, which still remains in use today, at a rate of 1 leu equaling 1000 cupons. The currency was issued in banknote denominations of 50, 200, 1000, and 5000 cupons. No coins of the currency were produced.
- Moldovan cupon on the English Wikipedia
- Молдавский купон on the Russian (Русский) Wikipedia
- Cupon moldovenesc on the Romanian (Română) Wikipedia
|Banknotes||50 cupon • 200 cupon • 1000 cupon • 5000 cupon|
|Miscellaneous||Fixed exchange rate • National Bank of Moldova|