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Polushka 1727 (trial)

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Coin Polushka 1727 (trial)
Nominal: 1/4 kopecks
Year: 1727
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1727, пробный centuryыпуск
Standart weight: 1,02 g.
Nominal: 1/4 kopecks
Year: 1727
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1727, пробный centuryыпуск
StandartWeight: 1,02 g.

Description of coin Polushka 1727 (trial):

Test the pillow with a monogram of Peter II. The farthings were minted only during the reign of Anne, and with a different pattern. The circumference of the front and back sides is an edge with inward-facing teeth.

The obverse of the coin shows the monogram of Peter II, represents the Union of the two Latin letters "P"(Peter), repeated in the mirror, at the bottom of Roman numeral "II" Upstairs the Imperial crown.

On the coin reverse in the middle of a double rectangular frame is placed the nominal value of "ПОЛУШКА" Upstairs five-pointed star, below the year of minting - 1727.


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    The periods of issue of the coin
    Coins of the Russian Empire (beginning of the XVIII century - 1917)
    A. Peter II (1727-1730)

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