2014 Transnistria Moldova Plastic Composite coins FULL SET
1 3 5 10 rubles Mint
|1 Ruble||plastic||circle||26 mm.||Yellow-brown||n/a|
|3 Rubles||plastic||square||26 mm.||Green||n/a|
|5 Rubles||plastic||pentagon||28 mm.||blue||n/a|
|10 rubles||plastic||hexagon||28 mm.||red||n/a|
1). One Ruble, portrays A.V. Suvorov, 2). Three Ruble portrays F.P. De Volan, 3). Five Ruble portrays P.A. Rumyantsev, 4). Ten Ruble portrays Empress Catherine II.
The reverse of each denomination includes a diamond-shaped design which includes the initials of the National bank & denomination in print and the year “2014” The coins and banknotes of the same denomination are expected to circulate alongside until the notes are gradually replaced by the coins.
The Republic of Transdnistria, a break-away Russian enclave territory declared their independence from the Republic of Moldova in 1992, only Russia recognizes their legitimacy. The Transdnistrian ruble, at a par with the Russian ruble – are issued through the authority of the Transnistrian Republican Bank since 1994. The Bank regularly issue collector coins produced in precious and base metals, the coins are produced by the Moscow and St. Petersburg mints.