The rebels were chased as unsuccessfully as said pursued Javdet: Osipov first took refuge with the gold from the Emir of Bukhara, and then, according to rumors, crossed the Afghan border. The Bolsheviks spread rumors that 'Osipov was passed through the sand' (i.e., killed), but apparently the monetary gold of the Turkestan region also leaked through the same sand.
Tukbons were used in Turkestan until 1921: from January 1, 1921 to March 31, 1921, they were exchanged for sovznaks at the rate of 10 rubles in turkbons = 1 ruble in sovznaks.
There are 4 varieties of turkbon with a nominal value of 1,000 rubles issued in 1920:
• with watermarks - linked stars and mushrooms;
• without watermarks – thin and thick paper.
In the structure of the paper on which my turkbona BK 9497 with a face value of 1,000 rubles is printed, elements of a non-uniform structure are visible on the lumen, which can be identified as watermarks if desired, but they are unlike stars and mushrooms.