After the opening of copper mines in the Altai and construction of Suzun mint began work on the design of the design of the planned coins. Because chechnyawas the coins were supposed to go to Siberia, they decided to put the coat of arms of the Siberian Kingdom. The weight and size of a test coin matches the national coin, but the mass coinage because of the content in copper of small quantities of gold and silver, the weight was reduced by about half, chose a different pattern, but the Siberian coat of arms remained.The obverse of the coin
shows the monogram of Elizabeth I, represents the Union of the letters "Е"(Elizabeth) and Latin "P"(Petrovna), repeated in mirror image. Upstairs the Imperial crown. The sides of the year, is divided into two parts - "17" and "57". Image is surrounded by two branches connected at the bottom with a bow.The reverse of the coin
depicts the coat of arms of the Siberian Kingdom - two Sables standing on its hind legs, holding the front downward arrows and a crown. In a semicircle at the bottom is a ribbon with a nominal value of "ПЯТЬ • КОПЕЕКЪ" The edges of the ribbon decorated in the form of scrolls.
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