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Date Pick# Denomination Observations Obverse Reverse
1961 222 1 Ruble  
1961 223 3 Rubles  
1961 233 10 Rubles  
1961 234 25 Rubles  
1991 237 1 Ruble  
1991 239 5 Rubles  
1991 240 10 Rubles  
1992 249 500 Rubles  
1992 250 1000 Rubles  

The breakup of the Soviet Union
Shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, local currencies were introduced in the newly independent states. Most of the new economies were weak and hence all of the currencies have undergone significant reforms since launch that included change of currency names and subsequent re-denominations. For the details on individual currencies developments please see the corresponding country's article.

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