A coin "Yes-No-Star"
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A coin "Yes-No" was produced in two versions on the basis of the same principle. Both the models have the Soviet side and the Imperial one. A prototype of the Imperial side is a silver half rouble of 1847 with an oak leaves wreath engraved around the circle of the coin and the image of the Imperial Crown on the top. A copper half rouble of 1922 was used as a prototype for the Soviet side of the coin. The oak wreath has been preserved here, but the crown image is replaced by a Gourji logo. In the centre of the Soviet side there is a five-pointed star. However, there is a principal difference between the two versions of the coin. Unlike in the coin "Yes-No-Heads", the word YES in this model is engraved in the middle of the five-pointed Soviet star, and the word NO is placed under the image of the crown. There is also a key holder Yes-No-Star in this collection designed by the same principle as the coins and produced in gilded silver. Coin "Yes-No-Star".