|The value||1 рубль|
|The mark of the mint||Вильнюс, Литва|
The Period Of The Republic Of Belarus (1992 - 2017). View of the coinage - Commemorative coins.
A series of "Slutsk belts" - "the belts of Slutsk. Razveli" ("the belts of Slutsk. Radziwill").
Slutsk belt element mens suit Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It was considered a sign of noble origin and his presence pointed to the well-being of the owner. The name comes from the name of the city of Slutsk in Belarus.
Obverse: at the top – the relief image of the State emblem of the Republic of Belarus; in the center of the coin – an image of a fragment of a unilateral cast belt, made in the manufactory of Slutsk (1780-1807) and in the collection of the National Museum of history and culture of Belarus; in the outer circle above the inscription: the REPUBLIC of BELARUS; to the left the year of issue on the right – the fineness and artistic element, the bottom – face value: 1 RUBEL.
Reverse: on the left in a circle the inscription: belts of SLUTSK. RAZVI; to the right is the figure of Prince Michael Casimir Radziwill; to the left –decorative composition based on the coat of arms of the Radziwill family, the image of Sluck gate in the town of Nesvizh (as part of the architectural ensemble of the residence of the Radziwill family) and draped Slutsk belts.