In 1700 before the mass production of copper coins auditioned a variety of design options, one of which had a portrait of Peter I in a Laurel wreath.
On the obverse is a portrait of Peter the great in profile, face to the right, on his head a Laurel wreath. In a circle the inscription in Latin letters - "PET.ALEX RVSS.IMP"("Peter Alekseevich - Russian Emperor" although the Emperor he was not yet).
On the coin reverse in the center there is the coat of arms of Russia crowned double-headed eagle with scepter and Orb at the bottom in a semicircle, nominal value - "ДЕНГА" on the sides the year of issue of the old Slavonic letters, divided into two parts ("АѰ"- "1700").
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage.