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Commemorative coin "I. Khrutsky"

Silver
(fineness of silver: 925)
Nominal:
20 BYN
Weight coin:
28.28 g
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26.16 g
Quality:
"brilliant–uncirculated" with pad-printed elements. The coin is rectangular in shape. The dimensions: 40.0 х 28.0 mm.
Diameter:
0.00 mm
Edition:
4000 pcs
Price
125.00 rub
0.00 rub
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Put into circulation on: 5 January, 2010

Discription

The coin is rectangular in shape with a raised rim on the obverse and the reverse. The edge of the coin is plain.

Obverse

In the centre — a pad-printed fragment of the Portrait of the Nameless painting by Belarusian painter Ivan Khrutsky; in the left-hand side at the bottom — a relief image of the State Emblem of the Republic of Belarus and circle inscription: "РЭСПУБЛIКА БЕЛАРУСЬ" (THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS), below — denomination: "ДВАЦЦАЦЬ РУБЛЁЎ" (TWENTY ROUBLES), alloy standard and trademark of The Mint of Poland PLC.  

Reverse

On the left — a relief image of some fragments of Ivan Khrutsky’s self–portrait and the Kvetki I Sadavina (Flowers and Fruits) painting; below — an image of a palette and brushes and the author’s signature; at the bottom – the inscriptions: 1810–1885 the painter's years of life and I. ХРУЦКІ (I. KHRUTSKY).

the relief image of some fragments of Ivan Khrutsky’s self–portrait and the Kvetki I Sadavina (Flowers and Fruits) painting, beneath – the image of a palette and brushes and the author’s signature; at the bottom – inscriptions: 1810–1885 (the painter's years of life) and I. ХРУЦКІ (I. KHRUTSKY).

Design:
obverse: S.Nekrasova (Belarus)
reverse: S.Nekrasova (Belarus)
Coinage:
The Mint of Poland PLC., Warsaw, Poland
Analog series
Commemorative coin "Ilya Repin"
Silver (fineness of silver: 925)
125.00 rub
0.00 rub
28.28 g
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