In Russia the word "Altyn" was called the 6 coins "Denga", the word has Tatar roots. The concept is so firmly entrenched in the Russian language, under Peter I, it was decided to mint a coin of this value, equated with 6 free money or 3 cents. Later on Altynov refused. Coin of this type was produced in 1704, 1711 and 1713-1714 years, and in 1711-1712 and 1718 with the designation "altanic".
The front and back sides surrounded by a bezel with floral ornament (its partial absence is not a marriage).
The obverse of the coin in the center of the emblem of Russia at the beginning of the XVIII century - double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, on the heads of the Royal crown, over which is the same, but larger. In paws the eagle holds the symbols of power - the scepter and Orb.
On the reverse the Central coin in the middle below the pattern specified denomination in two lines - "АЛТЫ НЪ"and letters "БК"("БК"means "big treasure"), below the date of issue "1711" and letters "D L"(between the letters a cross).
Varieties Altyn: 1704 (BC, face value in one line);
1704 (BC, denomination in two lines);
1711 (BK, DL);
1713 (face value in one line);
1713-1714 (value in two lines).