Pricecan from penny Peter II 1728-1729 years, as evidenced by the remaining part of the inscription "МОСКВА"on the obverse. Pereselenka was associated with an increase in the monetary foot by four times.The obverse of the coin
depicts a simplified coat of arms of the Russian Empire
first half of the eighteenth century (without a shield on the chest and no tape Andreevsky order) - double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, on the heads of the Imperial crown, over which is the same, but larger. In paws the eagle holds the symbols of power - the scepter and Orb.The reverse of the coin
depicts a shield with floral ornaments around the outlet at the top. In the middle of the shield in an oval frame in three lines specify the denomination and year of minting - "SEMI SHKA 1734".
Among coins 1730-1734 years there are peraccini of money 1728-1729 years, they have traces of the old images. Pereselenka was conducted with the purpose of lowering the par value of the old coinage of Peter II.
Varieties of the coin "mite" model 1730:Type 1730 (in the wings with 9 feathers, tail feathers are pointing down):
1730 (the large diameter of the coin blank from dengue);
1730-1731, 1734 (pattern edge);
1730-1731, 1734-1735 (threadlike GURT);
1736-1737;Type 1735 (on the wings of 8 feathers, tail feathers are pointing down):
1735 (pattern edge);
1735 (threadlike GURT);
1736-1737;Type of 1738 (big heads, on the wings of 8 feathers, tail feathers are pointing down):
1737-1741, 1743;Type of 1744 (on the wings, 12 feathers, a tail with curved edges):
1744-1747, 1749-1750, 1754;Type 1748 (on the wings with 9 feathers, tail with curved edges):