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Polushka 1858 (EM). Description, varieties

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Coin Polushka 1858 (EM). Varieties, detailed description
Nominal: 1/4 kopecks
Year: 1858
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1858
Standard weight: 1,28 g
Mint: Ekaterinburg
Standart diameter: 14,2 mm
Edge: Smooth
Volume of issue: 6 969 600
Nominal: 1/4 kopecks
Year: 1858
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1858
Standart weight: 1,28 g
Mint: Ekaterinburg
Standart diameter: 14,2 mm
Edge: Гладкий
Volume of issue: 6 969 600

Description of coin Polushka 1858 (EM):

The coin is minted from copper, was produced from 1855 to 1867. The obverse and reverse sides have a protruding on the circumference of the piping.

The obverse of the coin shows the monogram of Alexander II (the large stylized letter "А" at the bottom of Roman numeral "II" above the letter "А"great Imperial crown).

On the coin reverse in the middle of the specified par - "ПОЛУШКА" on top of a large Imperial crown, below the year of issue "1858", again below the letters "Е.М."(Yekaterinburg coin).
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Varieties:

Symbols used in the description of varieties
№ 1 Type: А.R

Large crown

№ 1 Type: А.R


Monogram and the value of the crown's large size.

Degree of rarity: 1.



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№ 2 Type: А.R

The large crown above the monogram, over the nominal value of small

№ 2 Type: А.R


Monogram large crown above the face value is much less.

Degree of rarity: 5.



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Types: "A" - a kind of obverse; "R" - kind of the reverse; "E" - a kind of edge;
"A.R", "A.E", "R.E", "A.R.E" - varieties that combine different parts of the coin.
Degree of rarity: 1 - comes often, 2 - not come across very often, 3 - rare, 4 - seldom, 5 - a rarity.
Some varieties may not be available on this page and will be added later.

Information about other coins in denominations of 1/4 копейки:

1. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1855
2. Polushka (VM) 1/4 kopecks 1855
3. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1856
4. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1857
5. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1859
6. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1860
7. Polushka (VM) 1/4 kopecks 1860
8. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1861
9. Polushka (VM) 1/4 kopecks 1861
10. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1862
11. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1863
12. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1864
13. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1865
14. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1866
15. Polushka (EM) 1/4 kopecks 1867
16. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1867
17. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1867
18. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1868
19. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1868
20. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1869
21. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1869
22. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1870
23. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1870
24. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1871
25. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1871
26. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1872
27. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1873
28. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1874
29. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1875
30. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1876
31. 1/4 kopecks (EM) 1876
32. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1877
33. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1878
34. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1879
35. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1880
36. 1/4 kopecks (SPB) 1881
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