The Russian ruble is the official currency of the Russian Federation. The official currency symbol; ₽ – р / коп – к. The ruble has been used in the Russian territories since the 14th century. The current Russian ruble was introduced in December 1991 and used at par with the Soviet ruble, which was replaced entirely in September 1993. In 1991, the State Bank introduced notes in denominations of 200, 500, and 1000 rubles, followed by a Russian Federation named notes of 5000 and 1000 rubles in 1992, 50,000 rubles in 1993, 10,000 and 500,000 rubles in 1995. In 1998, the Government redenominated the Russian and introduced new banknotes of 5 ₽, 10 ₽, 50 ₽, 100 ₽, and 500 ₽, followed by the 1,000 ₽ in 2001, 5,000 ₽ in 2006, 200 ₽ and 2,000 ₽ in 2017.
The 1000 Russian rubles note front design illustrates the monument to Yaroslav the Wise or Yaroslav (c. 978 – 1054), who was the Grand Prince of Kiev from 1019 to 1054, and an illustration of the Lady of Kazan Chapel in Yaroslavl. The design is completed with a holographic sketch of a bear with an ax and the Bank of Russia logo in the upper-right corner. The reverse of the note presents the Bell Tower and Church of John, the Precursor in Yaroslavl. The lettering of the note is presented in the Russian language. This note is part of the 1997 – 2010 series, and its color is green on a multicolor underprint.
Text: 1000, БИЛЕТ БАНКА РОССИИ, БАНЕ РОССИИ, ПОДДЕЛКА, БИЛЕТОВ, БАНКА РОССИИ ПРЕСЛЕДУЕТСЯ, ПО АКОНУ, ТЫСЯЧА РУБЛЕЙ, ЯРОСЛАВЛЬ, 1997.