The obverse (emphasis on "e") is the "face" side of the coin , on which a coat of arms is usually drawn, that is, in Russian, the obverse is an "eagle". On the obverse of the majority of Russian coins, a double-headed eagle is really painted, as well as the coin's denomination and year of issue.
The French word "avers" comes from the Latin root ad versus , that is, "facing the face, the face". From the same word, there is a reduction in vs , that is, "against".
Since 2016, the Bank of Russia has decided to add the double-headed eagle on the obverse of Russian coins the attributes of power: the crown, the scepter and the power.
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