Coin of the last Crimean Khan şahin Giray (1777-1782, 1783). Şahin Giray significantly increased the level of coin production in the Crimea by providing funds to build a new mint in the city of Kafa (Feodosia). Previously chasing was conducted only in the capital of the khanate - Bakhchisarai. After joining of Crimea to the Russian Empire
(1783), Bakhchisarai, the yard was closed, and in the Tauride mint in Feodosia began minting Russian coins (a first for the local treatment, and then the national).
The value of copper coins was expressed in acce, silver in the pair. The ratio of acce and a couple were different and differed from the samples of the silver coins.
Produced copper coins in the following denominations: mangir and chkhal (12,5 acce), kurmis (10 acce), easy karmis (7,5 acce), penny (4 acce), 2 acce, 1.5 acce, 1 ECCE, ECCE 3/4, 1/2 acce, manger (1/4 acce). Kyrmyzy different herd (in heavy braid of it). All denominations of copper coins was roughly equivalent to the Russian cents: mangir and chkhal - 6 1/4, Kyrgyz - 5 or 3 3/4 penny - 2, ACCA - 1/2, manger - 1/8.
Among the silver coins had the following values: altmuslim (60 pair), Kurush/piastr (50 pair), sirmilik (25 pair), only (10 pair), bashlyk (5 pair), Kara-bashlyk (2 pairs), pair, 1/2 pair. In exchange for Russian coin 1 pair was equal to 1 penny, except altmuslimah, which was higher samples and was equal to the ruble (and not 60 cents).
The picture shows a copy from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum with the room HE IS IN-M-27718.