About 100 Rubles
Oh, the thrill of collecting foreign currency. If you have 100 rubles, this equates to 100 units of Russian currency. The currency is not only recognized in the Russian Federation, but also in portions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. It is different, though, than the currency by the same name found in Transnistria and Belarus. The country began using this currency more than 500 years ago. Furthermore, from 1710, the ruble was divided into 100 kopeks, a smaller unit of monetary measurement. People who are interested in old currency may want to purchase rubles for their currency collections. Some of the oldest available on eBay include 100 rubles from 1898 or 1910. For those who wish to begin collecting Russian currency, condition and age make the most difference in value, so consider this when making a purchase from the reliable sellers on eBay to add to your collection. Then hold a piece of history in your hand with 100 rubles.