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5 kopecks 1838 (SPB NG)

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Coin 5 kopecks 1838 (SPB NG)
Nominal: 5 kopecks
Year: 1838
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1838
Standard weight: 1,04 g
Ligature weidht: 0,9 g
Mint: Saint Petersburg
Standart diameter: 15,1 mm
Edge: The dotted line
5 kopecks 1838 (SPB NG). Edge
Metal sample: 868
Volume of issue: 2 400 113
Nominal: 5 kopecks
Year: 1838
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1838
Standart weight: 1,04 g
Ligature weidht: 0,9 g
Mint: Saint Petersburg
Standart diameter: 15,1 mm
Edge: Пунктир
5 копеек (СПБ НГ). Edge
Metal sample: 868
Volume of issue: 2 400 113

Description of coin 5 kopecks 1838 (SPB NG):

Coin sample, 1832 minted from silver 868 samples. The obverse and reverse sides have a protruding around the circumference of the rim with inward-facing teeth.

The obverse of the coin depicts the State Emblem of the Russian Empire in 1830. The coat of arms double-headed eagle crowned with two Imperial crowns, above is the same crown but larger. Right Talon the eagle holds a scepter, the left - power. Placed on the breast the Moscow coat of arms: St. George on horseback slaying a serpentine dragon with wings. Moscow coat of arms surrounded by chain of the order of Saint Apostle Andrey Pervozvannogo. Lifted up on the wings of an eagle located the coats of arms of the six kingdoms (three on each wing). On the left the arms of the kingdoms: Kazan, Astrakhan and Siberian. On the right the arms of the kingdoms of Poland, Tauric Chersonesos and the Grand Duchy of Finland. In contrast to the official emblem, the wings of an eagle bent to the center. To the left of the tail - the letter "Н" the right - letter "Г"(initials of mintmaster mint).

On the coin reverse in the center of the specified face value: the figure "5" below the floor "КОПЕЕКЪ" top - Imperial crown. Under the denomination of ornaments in the form of two stylized lines, between which the point. Below the year of issue "1838", below the letters "С.П.Б." meaning "Saint Petersburg". At the edges of the coins of the two branches of the Laurel oak on the left and right, connected at the bottom with tape.

Varieties are coins of 5 cents of the sample of 1832:

The tail of the 11 feathers:
1832-1841 (SPB NG);
1842-1843 (SPB AH);
1844-1845 (SPB-KB);
The tail of the 9 feathers:
1845 (SPB, CB);
The wide tail of the 7 feathers:
1845 (SPB, CB);
1846, 1849-1850 (SPB PA);
1846 (SPB PA, the crown is large);
1846 (SPB PA, the crown small);
1848 (SPB HI);
The narrow tail of the 7 feathers:
1850 (SPB PA, low crown);
1850 (SPB PA, high crown);
1851-1852 (SPB PA);
1852-1855 (SPB HI);
1856-1858 (SPB FB).
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of 5 копеек:

1. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1826
2. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1826
3. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1827
4. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1828
5. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1829
6. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1830
7. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1830
8. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1831
9. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1831
10. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1831
11. 5 kopecks (CM) 1831
12. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1832
13. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1832
14. 5 kopecks (CM) 1832
15. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1833
16. 5 kopecks (CM) 1833
17. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1833
18. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1834
19. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1834
20. 5 kopecks (CM) 1834
21. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1835
22. 5 kopecks (CM) 1835
23. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1835
24. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1836
25. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1836
26. 5 kopecks (CM) 1836
27. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1837
28. 5 kopecks (EAT ON) 1837
29. 5 kopecks (EM KT) 1837
30. 5 kopecks (EAT FKH) 1837
31. 5 kopecks (CM) 1837
32. 5 kopecks (CM) 1838
33. 5 kopecks (EAT ON) 1838
34. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1839
35. 5 kopecks (EAT ON) 1839
36. 5 kopecks (CM) 1839
37. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1840
38. 5 kopecks (SPB NG) 1841
39. 5 kopecks (SPB AH) 1842
40. 5 kopecks (SPB AH) 1843
41. 5 kopecks (SPB KB) 1844
42. 5 kopecks (SPB KB) 1845
43. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1846
44. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1847
45. 5 kopecks (SPB HI) 1848
46. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1849
47. 5 kopecks (JMP) 1849
48. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1849
49. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1850
50. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1850
51. 5 kopecks (VM) 1850
52. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1851
53. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1851
54. 5 kopecks (VM) 1851
55. 5 kopecks (PETERSBURG, PA) 1852
56. 5 kopecks (SPB HI) 1852
57. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1852
58. 5 kopecks (VM) 1852
59. 5 kopecks (SPB HI) 1853
60. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1853
61. 5 kopecks (VM) 1853
62. 5 kopecks (SPB HI) 1854
63. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1854
64. 5 kopecks (SPB HI) 1855
65. 5 kopecks (EAT) 1855
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