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Nataliya Vladimirovna Chirkova
Director of the Museum

Phone: 84952495226, internal 5226
E-mail: nvchirkova@fa.ru


Museum and Exhibition Complex 

​​Accomplished Alumni

1st floor, lobby

Endowment Fund of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation (founders)​ 

1st floor, lobby​​


History of the University –​ Rectors, Outstanding Alumni, Distinguished Professors.

​​2nd floor, hall​​

​Numismatic Collection

​2nd floor, corridor

Financial University - 100th Anniversary

​​2nd floor

100-Year History of the Russian Finance(1917-2017)

​2nd floor, Museum Hall

History in Coins. Coins in History 

3rd floor, hall


Sponsored by UniCreditBank



Museum of finance

The Museum of Finance was founded in 1939 by the Moscow Credit and Economic Institute of the State Bank of the USSR. It was decided to create a numismatic center to illustrate the history of monetary relations and the role of money in the economy. 

The State Bank of the USSR turned to the State Hermitage to help create visual aids for the numismatic center. Famous Russian numismatist Alexander Nikolaevich Zograf prepared appropriate recommendations for the production of galvanocopied coins. 

In May 1941, about 100 galvanocopies arrived in Moscow. However, the war interrupted the development plans. In the post-war period, the numismatic center worked until the late 1950s. In the early 1950s the collection was lost. 

In 1976, on the initiative of the head of the Department of International Monetary and Credit Relations Professor Lydia Nikolaevna Krasavina the restoration of the lost collection began. The restoration works continued for seven years. The new collection was 3 times larger than the previous one. By 1985 there was 322 galvanocopies of coins from the collection of the State Hermitage. 

The collection reflects the history of money circulation from the 6th century BC till the beginning of the 20th century. The Museum of Finance still attracts a lot of visitors.

In September 2017 museum actually received a new birth when a new exposition dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of October Revolution was opened.