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Exhibition November 12, 2021 − January 16, 2022

More Than Money" exhibition

November 11 at the Primorsky State Picture Gallery opened the exhibition "More than money", dedicated to the 180th anniversary of Sberbank.

The exhibition features over 200 unique exhibits from the collections of numismatics and bonistics of the "RARITY" antique gallery, supplemented by investment coins from the collection of Sberbank.

In the safe-room you will see coins of the 16th century, silver kopecks from the time of Ivan the Terrible, as well as exhibits from the 18th century. Visitors can get acquainted with the collection of palace money from the time of Elizaveta Petrovna, Catherine's imperial, gold chervonets. Also you can see the silver rubles from the times of Peter the Great, Anna Ioannovna, Elizaveta Petrovna, Catherine the Great, Alexander I, commemorative rubles issued in the reign of Nicholas I, Alexander II, Nicholas II and in the Soviet time until the issue of gold investment coins "Saint George the Victorious" model of 2021.

The special part of the exposition is the banknotes that were issued in Vladivostok during the Civil War, and the Soviet money: gold chervontsi, commemorative roubles, represented in several series, investment coins.

Andrey Cherkashin, Chairman of Far Eastern Sberbank:
"Coins and banknotes are unique artifacts, part of the great history of the formation of the Russian state. Their design reflects memorable moments for the entire country. Sber is inspired by the idea of being a guide to the world of art and culture for our customers. And we are pleased to ensure that by the Bank's 180th anniversary everyone will be able to learn more about the history of Russia and the formation of banking in the Primorsky Art Gallery.
Alyona Datsenko, director of the Primorsky State Picture Gallery:
"The Primorsky State Art Gallery and the Primorsky branch of Sberbank have a long-standing partnership: with the support of Sberbank, an exhibition with the Uffizi Galleries was held in 2019. We are grateful to Sberbank for its support and look forward to further fruitful cooperation."

The exhibition will run until January 16, 2022. Tours can be booked by phone: 241-06-10.
No age restrictions.

The exhibition will run until January 16, 2022.
Ticket price: 300 rubles. - adults, 200 rubles. - pensioners, 150 rubles. - students, schoolchildren. The ticket includes excursion services.
Excursions can be ordered by phone: 241-06-10.

We remind you that you can visit the halls of the Primorsky Art Gallery only if you have an identity card and one or more of the following documents:
- QR codes or vaccination (re-vaccination) certificates;
- QR codes about the illness within six months;
- A note from your doctor if you are not recommended to receive vaccinations (medical exemption)
- a certificate of a negative PCR test, valid for 72 hours.

Young guests up to 18 years of age (with personal protective equipment) can visit the gallery without providing a QR code!
The mask rule continues to apply.

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Press service
Far Eastern Bank of Sberbank

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