Far Eastern Republic 50 Rubles. On the front side is a denomination "50 RUBLES", and the inscription "must be used on a par with credit tickets". On the reverse side is the abbreviation of Дальне-Восточной Республики (ДВР). Genuine banknote in a small oak frame. With description on the back. 6¼" x 5¼". Excellent condition. Uncommon. 1 only.
Paper rubles from the Far Eastern Republic were called "buffers". In mid-March 1920, after the defeat of the armies of Admiral Kolchak in Siberia, created a buffer democratic state between Soviet Russian and Japan. The republic, which included Transbaikal, Amur, Primorsk regions, as well as Northern Sakhalin and Kamchatka, was also a buffer and needed money. These banknotes were the ticket.