It was issued in 1909 only and comes with 3 State Bank Directors' signatures.
|Russia N°11 - 10 rubles|
|date of issue 1909|
|full serial number on N°11|
Where the oldest note, again, has the highest value .
|3 possible signatures on N° 11 - 10 rubles|
|signature of the cashier|
For this issue, the number '10' is watermarked all over the note.
The back side of the note looks more like a colourful Persian carpet.
If a jigg saw puzzle was made out of this design, it would take days to complete the puzzle again.
Not only because of the beautiful colours and ornaments, but as well for the cyrillic text.
|back side of N°11 - Russia 10 rubles|
to be continued...