Information about currency: Soviet Ruble

Soviet Ruble (1919 - 1995)
Currency NameSoviet Ruble
System1 Ruble = 100 kopeks
ISO CodeSUR
Description

The Soviet ruble or rouble (Russian: рубль) was the currency of the Soviet Union. One ruble was divided into 100 kopeks, (also transliterated as kopecks or copecks Russian: копейка, pl. копейки – kopeyka, kopeyki).

In addition to standard banknotes, the Soviet ruble was available in the form of foreign rubles (Russian: инвалютный рубль); also, several forms of virtual rubles were used for inter-enterprise accounting and international settlement in the Comecon zone. Many of the ruble designs were created by Ivan Dubasov. The production of Soviet rubles was the responsibility of the Federal State Unitary Enterprise, or Goznak, which was in charge of the printing of and materials production for banknotes and the minting of coins in Moscow and Leningrad.

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Soviet Ruble: Details
Issued BySoviet Union
From1919
To1995
Soviet Ruble: Users
CountryPeriodFromTo
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union Soviet Ruble 1919 1991
Flag of Armenia Armenia Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Artsakh Artsakh Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Belarus Belarus Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Estonia Estonia Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Georgia Georgia Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Latvia Latvia Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Lithuania Lithuania Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Moldova Moldova Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Russia Russia Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Tajikistan Tajikistan Soviet Ruble 1991 1995
Flag of Turkmenistan Turkmenistan Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Flag of Ukraine Ukraine Soviet Ruble 1991 1992
Flag of Uzbekistan Uzbekistan Soviet Ruble 1991 1993
Soviet Ruble: Related Currencies
CountryCurrencyFromTo
Flag of Latvia Latvia Rublis (Second Rublis, 1992 - 1993) 1992 1993