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A.I. LEBED" (1950-2002) 5 rubles: diameter of 32 mm, weight 13.87, Ag925, Smooth edge, Mintage 1000, 2014.
Lebed

Avers:Portrait of Alexander Ivanovich Lebed, the right of the picture of the memorial complex Bender, below - the Years of life "1950-2002 gg"; top - the inscription "- .." (Lieutenant General Alexander Lebed)

Lebed (revers)

Revers:an image of the State Emblem of Pridnestrovskaia Moldavskaia Respublika is in the centre with the circular inscriptions in Cyrillic " " (Pridnestrovskii Respublikanskii Bank) around the image along the edging and the indication of the face value of the coin "5 " (5 RUBLES) at the bottom. The issue Year 2014 is under the image, below - the logo of the manufacturer, state hallmark, designation of metal, fineness, weight.

The Count Rumiantsev-Zadunaisky 100 rubles: diameter of 32 mm, weight 14.14g, Ag925, Smooth edge, Mintage 300, 2007.
The Count Rumiantsev-Zadunaisky

Avers:image of Count P.A. Rumiantsev-Zadunaisky in the foreground, an image of the map of Trandniester region to the left, an image of the Russian Empire Emblem above the map. A circling inscription" - .." (The Count P.A.Rumiantsev-Zadunaisky) at the top. A circling inscription " "(Russia in the history of Trans-Dniester region) on the ribbon at the bottom. A circling inscription 1725 - 1796 indicating Rumiantsev-Zadunaiskys life years on the left.

The Count Rumiantsev-Zadunaisky (revers)

Revers:image of the PMR State Emblemwith a circular inscription in Cyrillic" " (Trans-Dniestrian Republican Bank) along the edging and an inscription"100 " (100 RUBLES) at the bottom. The mint year 2007 is above the inscription 100 RUBLES.

General- Field-Marshal G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky 100 rubles: diameter of 32 mm, weight 14.14g, Ag925, Smooth edge, Mintage 300, 2007.
General- Field-Marshal G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky
Avers: portrait of General Field Marshal G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky against a background of half-unrolled scroll with an inscription" " (Return of the Russian lands between the South Bug and the Dniester) and the Russian Empire Emblem. A circling inscription"- Ҩ- .." (General-Field-Marshal G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky) at the top. An inscription 1739 - 1791 indicating G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky life time left of the image of the scroll. A circling inscription " "(Russia in the history of Trans-Dniester region) on the ribbon at the bottom.
General- Field-Marshal G.A. Potiomkin-Tavrichesky (revers)
Revers: image of PMR State emblem with a circular inscription " " (Trans-Dniestrian Republican Bank) along the edging and an inscription "100 " (100 RUBLES) indicating the face value of the coin is at the bottom.The mint year 2007 is above the inscription 100 RUBLES.

General-anchief P. Panin 100 rubles: diameter of 32 mm; weight 14.14g, 925 silver. Plain edge, Mintage 300, 2007.
General-anchief Panin
Avers: portrait of the General-anchief of Russian army P. Panin in military form and Fortress with the coat of Arms of Bendery. Encircling above "- .." (General-anchief Panin P.I.), on the right - years of life "1721-1789"." " (Russia in the history of Trans-Dniester region) in the ribbon at the bottom.
General-anchief Panin (revers)

Revers: image of PMR State Emblem" " (Trans-Dniestrian Republican Bank) around the image along the edging and an inscription "100 " (100 RUBLES) indicating the face value of the coin at the bottom.The mint year 2007 is above the inscription 100 RUBLES.

General-field marshalPiotr Vitgenshtain 100 rubles: diameter of 32 mm, weight 14.14g, 925 Ag, Smooth edge, Mintage 500, 2008.
General-field marshal  Piotr Vitgenshtain
Avers: General Field marshal Piotr Vitgenshtain on a background of the attack of Russian armies, and arms of Russian Empire. Above an inscription: "- . . " (THE GENERAL FIELDMARSHAL P.H. VITGENSHTAIN).Left his years of life "1768-1843".Below inscription " " (Russia in the history of Trans-Dniester region) on the ribbon..
General-field marshal  Piotr Vitgenshtain (revers)
Revers: image of PMR State Emblem" " (Trans-Dniestrian Republican Bank) around the image along the edging and an inscription "100 " (100 RUBLES) indicating the face value of the coin at the bottom.The mint year 2008 is above the inscription 100 RUBLES.

 

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