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Transnistrian ruble

рублэ транснистрянэ (Moldovan)
приднестровский рубль (Russian)
придністровський рубль (Ukrainian)

Transnistrian ruble notes Transnistria coins
Banknotes and coins

ISO 4217 code

none

Inflation

10.83%

Subunit

1/100 kopek

Symbol

p.

Coins

5, 10, 25, 50 kopeks

Banknotes

1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500 rubles

Central bank

Transnistrian Republican Bank

The Transnistrian ruble (symbol: p.) is the official currency of Transnistria. It is divided into 100 kopeks, similar to the neighboring Russian ruble. Due to Transnistria being a state with limited recognition, its currency has no ISO 4217 code. However, some Transnistrian organizations such as Agroprombank and Gazprombank use PRB as the ISO 4217 code. The Transnistrian Republican Bank, which issues the currency, sometimes uses the code RUP.

HistoryEdit

Приднестровье 10 тысяч рублей 1994 с маркой аверс

A stamped 10,000 ruble note.

The first banknotes of the Transnistrian ruble used after the establishment of the unrecognized state were Russian and Soviet banknotes dated 1961 to 1992 with an adhesive stamp on them. These were issued in denominations of 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000, and 10,000 rubles. Many of these stamps depicted Alexander Suvorov.

The first issues were eventually replaced by a new ruble, which was equal to 1000 of the old rubles. It consisted solely of banknotes, and eventually suffered from a high inflation, making it necessary to issue notes in higher denominations. These notes were denominated at 1, 5, 10, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 5000, 10,000, 50,000, 100,000, and 500,000 rubles.

During 2000, the third Transnistrian ruble was introduced, which was equal to 1 million of the old rubles. In the same year, coins and commemorative coins were produced. The printed denominations of this ruble are 1, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, and 500 rubles, and remain in circulation.

BanknotesEdit

The first notes were issued in 1993. In 1994, a new issue was made, and then in 2000 a new series was created. In 2007, the current series replaced the 2000 series, which are still in circulation.

Images
Value
Color
Dimensions
Obverse
Reverse
Obverse
Reverse
Приднестровье 1 рубль 2007 аверс Приднестровье 1 рубль 2007 реверс 1 ruble Brown 129 × 56 mm Alexander Suvorov Chiţcani monument
Transnistria 5 Rubles 2007 a Transnistria 5 Rubles 2007 r 5 rubles Blue KVINT factory
Transnistria 10 Rubles 2007 a Transnistria 10 Rubles 2007 r 10 rubles Green/Black Novo-Nyametsky Monastery
Transnistria 25 Rubles 2007 a Transnistria 25 Rubles 2007 r 25 rubles Red Bender Castle
50 PMR ruble obverse 50 PMR ruble reverse 50 rubles Cyan 129 × 60 mm Taras Shevchenko Presidential palace / government building in Tiraspol
100 PMR ruble obverse 100 PMR ruble reverse 100 rubles Purple Dimitrie Cantemir Cathedral of Christmas, Tiraspol

CoinsEdit

First Transnistrian coin

The first coin.

The first coins of the Transnistrian ruble were introduced in 2000 in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 kopeks. The first coin produced, however, was equal to 25 rubles. The 25 kopek coin was modified in 2002, with the 50 kopek coin following in 2005. In 2009, the 1 kopek coin was withdrawn from circulation. After 2000, numerous commemorative coins have been issued by the Transnistrian Republican Bank.

ReferencesEdit

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Transnistrian ruble
Banknotes 1 r5 r10 r25 r50 r100 r200 r500 r1000 r5000 r10,000 r50,000 r100,000 r500,000 r
Coins 1 k5 k10 k25 k50 k1 r3 r5 r10 r15 r20 r25 r50 r100 r1000 r
Miscellaneous Tiraspol MintTransnistrian Republican Bank

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