In terms of pricing, this note is very affordable and ranges from $2 (VG)-$15 (UNC) for the Konshin signature and $1 (VG) to $3 (UNC) for the Shipov version.
An interesting aspect of these notes is that they were printed by the Soviet government even after the days of the czars ended and before new paper currency was instituted. These later prints all bear the Shipov signature and can be distinguished from their imperial counterparts by the abbreviated serial number. Abbreviated serial numbers consist of two letters and three numerals(as opposed to the usual two letters and six numerals. Prices range from $1 (VG) to $4 (UNC) for these post-imperial issues. A notable error in which the letts of the serial numbers are reversed on the bottom as compared to the top (see picture for location of the serial numbers). this error can command prices ranging from $50 (VG) to $400 (UNC) and would make a nice find in a junk bin if you know what you are looking for!
Here are the promised pictures: