Used for embossing the stamp of the obverse of the Ducat, in 1716, with a Latin inscription, the reverse of two roubles 1718.
The circumference of the front and back sides of the coin there is a raised edging with raised dots (may be partially or completely absent).
On the obverse is a portrait of Peter the Great in profile, face to the right. Top in a circle the inscription in Latin "PETRVS ALEXII • I • D • G RVSS:"
On the reverse in full growth depicts the Apostle Andrew against the background of the cross with his outstretched right hand. The Holy stands on a base made in the form of a rectangle. In a circle there are inscriptions (starting from below): "М • НОВА • ЦЕНА ДВА • РУБЛИ • 1718"("coin new, price two rubles, 1718").