Numismatic Jubilee in Moscow’s Pushkin Museum
75 years ago the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts opened its numismatic department, today one of Russia’s most important numismatic collections. Moscow’s museum is celebrating this event with the exhibition “Curators. The Brotherhood of the Key”.
Why did a Constantine Rouble Realize $2.64 Million?
A pattern Rouble 1825 on behalf of the designated tsar Constantine realized astonishing $2.64 million. Thus it has become the most expensive world coin sold in a Stack’s Bowers auction. What makes this particular coin so special?
New Exhibition at St. Petersburg History of Money Museum
Currently, you have the opportunity to learn more about Russia’s perspective on WWII, the “Great Patriotic war”. Goznak’s collection of banknotes, awards, postage stamps and government bonds narrates the war’s history from the Russian perspective.