Constantine ruble.. (1992)
AnnotationThe film reveals the secret of the Constantine ruble history of succession in this period.
Raised the drawbridge over the Neva.
Types of Leningrad at sunrise.
Front of the Constantine ruble.
The state emblem of the Russian Empire on the back of the ruble, the mark of a mint.
Portraits of emperors Paul I, Alexander I, Nicholas I. the Palace square with the Alexander column.
The monument to Peter I. the 19th-century Illustration depicting the death of Alexander I in Taganrog, fragments of illustrations.
View the Imperial throne with the coat of arms of the Russian Empire.
Game footage: the courier rides in a sleigh through a Blizzard.
The portraits of the emperors Peter I, Paul I.
Portrait of Grand Dukes Alexander and Constantine in childhood.
Portraits of Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich, color illustrations of the early 19th century, depicting military parades.
Rubles with portraits of the Emperor Ivan Antonovich, Peter III, Paul I and Empress Catherine II. Portrait of Constantine, view of the assumption Cathedral of the Moscow Kremlin, the monument to Peter I.
Portrait of Nicholas I, illustration depicting combatant doctrine.
The text of the oath of the Grand Duke Nicholas to the Emperor Constantine I. the Peter and Paul fortress.
Steel stamp for coinage of the Constantine ruble in the Hermitage collection.
Portrait and minted profile of Constantine I. in the Summer: wagon rides through the snowy woods.
Portraits of Nicholas I, paintings and drawings depicting scenes of the Decembrist uprising on 14 December 1825.
Monument to Nicholas I in Leningrad.
The cover of the Affairs of the Decembrists.
The waves beat against the embankment, view of the Peter and Paul fortress.
View of the Constantine ruble.
Inside view of the room in the Hermitage.
The Constantine ruble in the Museum showcase.
Portrait of Emperor Alexander II. Two genuine and two counterfeit the Constantine ruble.
The hand of the curator of the Museum, reaching from the window of the Constantine ruble.
General view of the Peter and Paul fortress.