Kerensky Freedom Loan - Serie I

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5% Bond of 5,000 Roubles - Petrograd March 1917

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The so-called Kerensky loans were issued under Alexander Kerensky, a Labor lawyer, minister of justice under the Duma, who became head of the provisional government formed after the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II and the Bolshevik revolution. It was a 3 billion ruble war loan also called "freedom loans". The loan is signed by representatives of the Minister-President.

Illustrated with the Palace of Tauride, seat of the Duma, then of the provisional government and of the Petrograd Soviet.

Rare certificate because of its high value (5000 Rbl).

Serie I.

With coupons.

16324

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Country
Russia
Theme
Loans
Design
Yes
Condition
EF

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