Dual power in politics did not prevent the representatives of the Interim government and heads of local Councils quickly to take a unanimous decision to print in a local print shop own looking banknotes in denominations of 5 and 10 rubles, not as much as you want, and within the 'balance on current account of the city Council in the Treasury'.
Yes, promised in writing that all of this – briefly: bring up cash from Ryazan – Kasimov exchange bonds on the national money, and no later than September 1, 1917. And the people do not doubt – all 5 district chiefs together put their signatures on Kasimov bonds with indication of the positions.
Who came up with the design for this coin? According to eyewitnesses, the mayor of N. Pieces directly into the fateful meeting drew a sketch of a key element of which was the strap that encircles the denomination of the bill, virtually written off the order of the Garter, the highest chivalric order in the UK.
It is not excluded that the mayor was kept in mind the motto of the order of the Garter 'Honi soit qui mal y pense', which translates as 'shamed be the person who would think badly'.