Poltina with a portrait of a sample of 1707, was produced in 1707 and 1710, may have a notation of the year as digits and letters. In 1707 the value was denoted by the word "ПОЛТИННИК" and in the 1710 - "ПОЛТИНА" In 1707 produced from silver or 875 802 samples, in 1710 silver 802 or 750 at the same weight coins.
The front and back sides surrounded by a rim of small dots (can be partially or completely absent, this is not a marriage).
On the obverse is a portrait of Peter the Great in profile, face to the right. Of the circumference - "+ ЦРЬ • ПЕТРЪ • АЛЕSIЕВИЧЪ : В:Р:П+"("Tsar Pyotr Alexeyevich, All-Russian ruler").
On the coin reverse in the center 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. Under the clutches of the eagle the year of issue "1707", the date is divided into two parts. The circumference of the designated denomination of the coin divided into two parts - "ПОЛТИННИКЪ"right and "МОСКОВСКИI"left.
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-P-2-1193 and IT-R-2-1195.