A sample copy of a coin, which went into mass minting from 1728, when Peter II. Well-known remakes with the date "1727".
The obverse and reverse sides surrounded by the edge with large teeth inward.The obverse
on all coins double line is drawn an equilateral cross (the center coincides with the center of the reverse). Within the same cross-pieces, nominal value - "КОПЕИКА" inside a different date of issue, divided into two parts, specifying the value "17 27".The reverse of the coin
depicts St. George on horseback slaying a serpentine dragon with wings. The image is well detailed. Below a double horizontal line has the word "МОСКВА" designating the place of coinage.
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