50 rublių auksinė moneta 2011 Rusija – Kerlingas
50 rublių auksinė moneta
metalas Au 999
skersmuo mm 22,60
svoris 7.89 g.
tiražas 20 000 pcs
išleidimo metai: 2011
The XXII Olympic Winter Games and the XI Paralympic Winter Games of 2014 in the City of Sochi
The obverse: in the centre – the relief image of the National Coat of Arms of the Russian Federation (a two-headed spread eagle with wings up crowned with two small crowns and – over them – with a big one connected by a strip. The eagle holds a sceptre in his dexter talon and an orb in the sinister talon. Upon its breast on a shield – a knight in the cloak sitting on the horseback slaying a dragon toppled over and trampled by the horse), above – the semicircular inscription along the rim: „РОССИЙСКАЯ ФЕДЕРАЦИЯ“ (THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) framed on both sides by ornamental elements of doubled rhombuses, inscriptions in the lower part of the disc, to the left of the heraldic eagle – indicating the precious metal and its fineness, to the right – indicating the fine metal content and the mint trade mark, on bottom at the edge – horizontal inscription: „50 РУБЛЕЙ“ (50 RUBLES) and the date: „2014 г.“ (2014) under it.
The reverse: in the centre of the matted disc – two sportsmen on the ice field, near them – four stones (bats), one of the sportsmen to the left is polishing ice before a stone, another one to the right is standing with a brush in the hand, in the background – mountains covered by snow, at foots of them to the right and to the left – some coniferous trees; below – five Olympic rings, under them – the inscription made by the „proof“ technique: „СОЧИ 2014“ (SOCHI 2014).