A test coin is included in the mass minting in 1762.
On the obverse within Laurel wreath depicts St. George on horseback slaying a serpentine dragon with wings. The left and right of the image there is one five-pointed star.
On the reverse at the top of the face value "2.", below in words in two lines - "•ДВЕ• КОПЕИКИ" under the denomination date "1760". In the lower part there is an image of a military drum and other instruments on the background of the banners.
The picture shows a copy from the exposition of the State Hermitage with the number IT-R-2-7725.
Coins of this type was developed by count P. I. Shuvalov to increase the mint of the foot 2 times (up to 32 rubles from pounds of copper). Under Elizabeth to realize the project did not, and with coming to power of Emperor Peter III began a massive pereselenka old coins into new ones with higher nominal value of 2 times.
Because of the image of military fittings, coins of this type have received unofficial names "drum" and "reinforcement". In 1763 Catherine the great ordered the return of the old weight coins, and then almost weight the period of her reign were pereselenka with a return to former value, but with new patterns and monogram of Catherine.