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10 Rubļu 1992, Latvia

in Krause book Number: 38
Years of issue: 1992 - 1993
Signatures: Latvijas bankas presidents: Einars Repše, Latvijas Bankas Galvenais Kasieris: Janis Ozolinš
Serie: Temporary issue
Specimen of: 1992
Material: Cotton fiber
Size (mm): 120 х 60
Printer: Valsts Papīru Spiestuve Un Naudas Kaltuve

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10 Rubļu 1992




Latvian pattern.


10 Rubļu 1992

In the frame is an inscription in Latvian: "Temporary banknote of Bank of Latvia".

Denominations in numerals are in lower left and top right corners. Centered are in numeral and in words.


10 Rubļu 1992

Latvian pattern.

Denominations in numerals are in top left and lower right corners. Centered are in numeral and in words.


Designer: K. Shmelkov.

On 4 May 1992, the Monetary Reform Commission of the Republic of Latvia passed a resolution "On Introduction of the Latvian rublis". From 7 May 1992, a temporary currency, the Latvian rublis (LVR), was put into circulation as a legal tender parallel to the existing ruble notes. It was declared equal in value to the Russian ruble. The denominations of the Latvian rublis notes (widely known as repšiki, after then-governor of the Central Bank, Einars Repše) were 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 200 and 500 rubļi.