In 1797, instead of "banking coin" (without designation of face value) began to mint rouble of the new sample with the monogram of Paul I. In 1798, the foot of the silver coins were reduced by almost half, so the ruble 1797 became known as "weighted".
The obverse of the coin is the monogram of Paul I, consisting of four large letters "П" set around Roman numerals "I" United at the base. Above the letters is placed the Imperial crown. Around along the rim inscriptions: at the top - "МОНЕТА ЦЕНА" below - "РУБЛЬ 1797"
On the coin reverse in double square frame, surrounded by a stylized pattern, the inscription in four lines - "НЕ НАМЪ, НЕ НАМЪ, А ИМЯНИ ТВОЕМУ." Under the inscription are the letters: left - "С.М."(St. Petersburg coin), right "Ф.Ц"(initials of mintmaster mint).
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-R-2-11074 and IT-R-2-11075.