This is an interested coin issued
as an exile Tsarist organization founded in 1929 in Paris by "White"
Russian. The Russian monarchist Rouble was released to commemorative the
60th anniversary of this organization. The obverse of the coin depicts the
emblem of the order, the Czarist eagle with sword of freedom fighter, with
the following inscriptions: "Russian Imperial Union-Order", "For the
Faith, the Czar and the Fatherland", "1929-1989", "60 years of struggle" and
"We are Russian, God is with us". The reverse depicts the portrait of Tsar
Nicholas II with inscriptions: "1894-1917" (the date of his accession to the
Imperial throne and the date of his abdication), "Only National Assembly
will choose the worthy successor" with denomination "Rouble".
This coin exists in copper, silver
and gold metals. It is worldwide accepted / known that 100 pieces were minted in
gold. According to the official "The Imperial Messenger" (a Russian language
periodical, distributed worldwide), the "Monarchist Rouble" does circulate
extensively among Russian monarchist circles in Russia and around the world.
This coin has a diameter of 38.25mm and weight 23.5g. A similar coin with
the same inscriptions has also been minted in 1990 by Russian Supreme
Monarchist Council founded in 1921 in Serbia by Admiral Koltchack for its
70th anniversary in 1991.