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Ruble 1736 (portrait of K. Hedlinger)

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Shooting location: The State Hermitage Museum
Coin Ruble 1736 (portrait of K. Hedlinger)
Nominal: Ruble
Year: 1736
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1736
Weight: 25,86 g; 26,01 g
Standard weight: 25,85 g
Ligature weidht: 20,7 g
Standart diameter: 41 mm
Edge: Patterned
Metal sample: 802
Volume of issue: 2 671
Mint: Chamber Of Prozorovsky (Saint Petersburg)
Nominal: Ruble
Year: 1736
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1736
Weight: 25,86 g; 26,01 g
Standart weight: 25,85 g
Ligature weidht: 20,7 g
Standart diameter: 41 mm
Edge: Узорчатый
Metal sample: 802
Volume of issue: 2 671
Mint: Chamber Of Prozorovsky (Saint Petersburg)

Description of coin Ruble 1736 (portrait of K. Hedlinger):

Coin with a portrait of K. Hedlinger was produced in the years 1736-1737 on a temporary court in the chambers of Prozorovsky in St. Petersburg, the species has not. In the years 1737-1740 portrait of this type with minor differences were minted on the coins of the red court in Moscow.

In some instances the circumference of the front and back sides may be partially rounded rim with notches.

On the obverse is a portrait of Anna Ioannovna in profile, face to the right. In a circle the inscription - "Б • М • АННА IМПЕРАТРИЦА IСАМОДЕРЖ • ВСЕРОСС•"(stands for "the grace of God Anna, Empress and autocrat of all Russias").

The reverse depicts the coat of arms of the Russian Empire the second quarter of the eighteenth century: the double-headed eagle with the lifted wings, crowned by two Imperial crowns, above the same crown but larger. On the eagle's breast shield with the emblem of Moscow - St. George on horseback slaying a serpentine dragon with wings. The shield surrounded by chain of order of St. Andrew. Right Talon the eagle holds a scepter, the left power. In a circle the inscription (starting at the top) - "1736 • МОНЕТА • РУБЛЬ •"(letters converted basis inside).


The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-R-2-6365 and IT-R-2-6364.
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of Рубль:

1. Ruble (parallel corsage) 1730
2. Ruble (non-parallel corsage) 1730
3. The ruble, "Anna with a chain" Ruble 1730
4. Ruble (parallel corsage) 1731
5. Ruble (chest brooch) 1731
6. Ruble (chest brooch) 1732
7. Ruble (no brooches on the chest) 1733
8. Ruble (chest brooch) 1733
9. Ruble (chest brooch) 1734
10. Ruble (no brooches on the chest) 1734
11. Ruble ("lyrical" portrait) 1734
12. Ruble (portrait of Ivan Vasiliev) 1734
13. Ruble (portrait of Ivan Vasiliev) 1735
14. Ruble (portrait of Ivan Vasiliev) 1736
15. Ruble (portrait of Ivan Vasiliev) 1737
16. Ruble (portrait of K. Hedlinger) 1737
17. Ruble (Moscow) 1737
18. Ruble (Moscow) 1738
19. Ruble 1738
20. Ruble (SPB) 1738
21. Ruble (Moscow) 1739
22. Ruble (SPB) 1739
23. Ruble (Moscow) 1740
24. Ruble (SPB) 1740
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    The periods of issue of the coin
    Coins of the Russian Empire (beginning of the XVIII century - 1917)
    Anna Ioannovna (1730-1740)

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