The 10-thousand-dollar bill that followed it loses to the' bell 'both in color – it is a dull greenish-brown color, and even in size-202 mm x 101 mm-against 202 mm x 130 mm for the 'bell', which violated the canons of printing paper money familiar to Russians: a higher denomination was supposed to have a larger size.
Let's take a closer look at it.
On the front side on the left there is a 'shadow image' of St. George in a rhombus, but it is guessed only on very close examination.
On the back there are two women in military helmets: one with a spear, the other with a sword, both with a gloomy expression on their faces and both look like perched hens waiting to be moved from their perch.
On November 15, 1920, the Reds under the command of M. V. Frunze occupied Feodosia, and the printing of banknotes of the VSYUR was stopped even earlier – already in October 1920.
In total, from April to October 1920, 176 billion rubles worth of banknotes were printed in Feodosia, of which 138 billion rubles accounted for the nominal value of 10 thousand rubles – 78% of the issue.
In pieces, this is 13.8 million bills – even taking into account the inflation in the Crimea in 1920 and the ability of the Wrangelites to spend their salary at last, there is a decent reserve on their native land to replenish the collection of bonists of the XXI century.
My ticket YAL 090 is in perfect condition: it was not given to get into circulation.