KONSTANTIN TSIOLKOVSKY ON BANKNOTE PROJECTS
On September 5 (September 17), 1857 Konstantin Tsiolkovsky was born. He is a world-known scientist, author of numerous scientific works and articles on aeronautics, rocket science and cosmonautics.
TAURIAN COINS: NUMISMATIC RARITIES OF CATHERINE II EPOCH
The Russian money museum of JSC Goznak presents an almost complete collection of Russian "Taurian" coins of the 80s of the XVIII century. In the epoch of Catherine II they were minted at the mint in Feodosia, which was inherited from the Crimean khans.
"FOR THE DEFENSE OF THE USSR": MILITARY POSTCARDS AT THE EXHIBITION "SIGNS OF VICTORY"
With the beginning of the Great Patriotic War, the most common mail from the army were letters - "triangles" - in a special folded regular sheets of paper. Such letters were sent for free and did not require envelopes and stamps. Issue of postal envelopes sharply reduced, but very popular were postcard cards, production of which was engaged in factories Goznak. The approved designs of such cards were presented at the exhibition "Signs of Victory" in the House of Stock Capital.