The obverse depicts the enthroned Prince (a throne with cushion, backless). On the Prince's head with a hat hanging from the sides parts made and points. Head around point rim. The left hand of the Prince lies on his chest, right hand he holds a cross. Around unreadable inscription, which means "Vladimir on the table."
On the reverse is a Trident - a patrimonial sign of the Rurik. Around the inscription "...АСЕГО..."(And behold his silver).
Both sides of the coin surrounded by a double frame of dots.
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-P-1-90 and IT-R-1-101. Origin: Nezhin hoard of 1852.