Coin of this type with a portrait by B. Scott were issued in the years 1755-1759. The circumference of the front and back sides, a rim consisting of teeth (may be partially or completely absent).On the obverse
is a portrait of Elizabeth I, in profile, face to the right. Under the portrait letters "ММД"(Moscow
mint). In a circle the inscription - "Б•М•ЕЛИСАВЕТЪ•I•IМП:IСАМОД:ВСЕРОС:"(stands for "the grace of God Elizabeth I Empress and autocrat of all Russias").On the reverse
in the Central circle there is a simplified depiction of the coat of Arms of the Russian Empire
double - headed eagle with scepter and Orb. There are four large cartouche with images: the crown (left), the Moscow coat of arms (top), coat of arms of the Kingdom of the Siberian (bottom), coat of arms of the Kingdom of Kazan (right). The top cartouche is crowned with the Imperial crown, the other normal crown. Between the cartouches are four little flower, on which figures of the year of minting - "1", "7", "5", "6". In a circle along the rim the inscription, divided into 4 parts (starting from top) - "IМПРСКАЯ""РОССÏЙС""МОН•ЦЕНА""ДЕСЯТ•РУБ"(Imperial Russian coin, the price of ten rubles).
The picture shows a specimen from the collection of the State historical Museum.