The coin indicating the denomination of "torque" when Peter I issued in 1704-1705 and 1709. The front and back sides surrounded by a patterned bezel (its partial absence is not a marriage).
The obverse of the coin in the centre circle of the points 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. Outside there is a circular inscription consisting of letters separated by dots - "C • And • To • P • I • A • P • S" (stands for "the King and Prince Peter Alexeyevich of All Russia, Autocrat").
On the coin reverse in the middle of the specified par - "ГРИВНА"(on another coin "ГРИВНЯ" above it year of issue old Slavonic letters ("҂АѰД"- "1704"), which is the point. At the bottom of the letter "B" (Big punishment).
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage.
Varieties of coins, "grivna" in the time of Peter I: 1704 (under face value "•Б•К•";
1704 (under face value "Б•К•";
1704-1705 (socket between "Б"and "К";
1709 (points between letters);
1709 (sockets between the letters).