The coin is minted from copper, produced from 1802 to 1807 (except 1806). The obverse and reverse sides have the edge with large teeth inward. Partial or complete absence of Kant is not a marriage and is determined by the technology of minting.The obverse of the coin
depicts the State Emblem of the Russian Empire
first half of XIX century. The coat of arms double-headed eagle with raised wings, crowned by two Imperial crowns, above is the same crown but larger. Right Talon the eagle holds a scepter, the left - power. On the chest is placed a shield with the Moscow coat of arms: St. George on horseback slaying a serpentine dragon with wings. Moscow
coat of arms surrounded by chain of the order of Saint Apostle Andrey Pervozvannogo. Around the coat of arms of the Russian Empire
has a rim consisting of five concentric circles. On the rim left and right there is one outlet with a diameter the width of the ring representing the large dots inscribed in a circle. Number of sockets indicates the nominal value. Eagle wings a little, go to the rim.The reverse of the coin
, nominal value - "2", below the word "КОПЕЙКИ" At the bottom the year of issue "1802" underneath the letters "Е.М."(Yekaterinburg coin). Between the face value and year performed, the horizontal line. Around all label has a rim consisting of five concentric circles. On the rim left and right there is one outlet with a diameter the width of the ring representing the large dots inscribed in a circle. Number of sockets indicates the nominal value.
Shown here are specimens from the Museum of the Goznak St. Petersburg mint
Varieties of copper coins 2 kopeks of the sample, 1802:
1802-1804 (letters "ЕМ"under the year);
1804-1805, 1807 (letter "КМ"under the crest).