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1 kopeck 1726

Big eagle

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Shooting location: The State Hermitage Museum
Coin 1 kopeck 1726
Nominal: 1 kopeck
Year: 1726
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1726
Weight: 14,73 g
Standard weight: 16,38 g
Mint: Ekaterinburg
Standart diameter: 23х23 mm
Edge: Smooth
Nominal: 1 kopeck
Year: 1726
Metal: Copper
Period of issue: 1726
Weight: 14,73 g
Standart weight: 16,38 g
Mint: Ekaterinburg
Standart diameter: 23х23 mm
Edge: Гладкий

Description of coin 1 kopeck 1726:

Square plate size 2,5x2,5 cm and weighing just over 16 grams. The front side braid is enclosed in a square frame, inside, upstairs, nominal value - "КОПЕЙКА" below the place of issue - "ЕКАТЕРIНБУРХЪ" in the middle of a round braid of the frame of the double-headed eagle, the year of issue, divided into four parts: the top "1 7" and the bottom "2 6". On the flip side, there are no pictures and inscriptions. The coin was produced in limited editions only in 1726 and now considered extremely rare.


The picture shows a copy from the exposition of the State Hermitage with the number IT-R-2-5247.

Varieties of coins are the penny-fee:

1726 (big eagle, "ПР ГА"on the reverse side);
1726 (big eagle, no letters on the reverse side);
1726 (small eagle).
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold


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