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Kopeyka Moscow. Boris Godunov (1598-1605)

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Coin Kopeyka Moscow. Boris Godunov (1598-1605)
Nominal: Kopeck
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1598-1605
Mint: Moscow
Standart weight: 0,68 g
Nominal: Kopeck
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1598-1605
Mint: Moscow
StandartWeight: 0,68 g

Description of coin Kopeyka Moscow. Boris Godunov (1598-1605):

The Moscow monetary court yard.

The inscription on the reverse: "ЦРЬIВЕ ЛIКIКНSЬБ ОРIСЪФЕДОР WВIЧЬВСЕ АРУСИ"(Tsar and Grand Duke Boris Fyodorovich of All Russia).
The obverse depicts a horseman with spear, galloping right (3 type of the obverse of catalogue "Konros").

Catalog NR. Kleinova, I. V. Grishina has the number 180. Numbers of stamps (by A. S. Melnikova): front - 5, back - 3.
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of Копейка:

1. Kopeyka Moscow (MO) Kopeck
2. Kopeyka Moscow (B-o-Mo) Kopeck
3. Kopeyka Moscow (B-o-Mo) Kopeck
4. Kopeck Pskov (PS)
5. Kopek of Novgorod (IN/RI) Kopeck РИ (108)
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    The periods of issue of the coin
    Coins of the Russian State (1535 - early XVIII century)
    Boris Godunov (1598-1605)

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