The Coat of Arms of Yaroslavl was approved on August 23, 1995 and is one of the oldest. It represents an image of a revolting and deployed to the right black bear on a silver coat of arms which keeps a golden ax on the left shoulder in its left foreleg. The Coat of Arms of Yaroslavl was approved on February 27, 2001 and represents a black revolting bear placed in a golden shield which keeps in the left foot on the left shoulder with a silver ax with a dark red shaft.
The postage stamp depicts a Coat of Arms of the Yaroslavl Region; there is a Coat of Arms of the Yaroslavl Region and a map of the Russian Federation.
Design: A. Moscovets.
Face value: 50 rub.
Size of the souvenir sheet: 90х60 mm, size of stamp in ss: 30х42 mm.
Circulation: 80 thousand copies.