The last type of silver coins, known at the moment. Dated by the time of reign of Yaroslav the Wise.
The obverse depicts St. George in the Cape, around his head - a halo of dots. In his right hand he holds a spear and in his left a shield. Left and right there is an inscription in the Greek language top-down: "SV. George". There is a point around the rim, which was at an equal distance from each other shows the 4 cross points, then another of the same rim.
On the reverse side in the centre is a Trident. The middle prong on the end of a circle with a dot in the middle. Around the middle prong left to right is the inscription: "ЯРОСЛАВЛЕ СРЕБРО" The outer part of the coin has the same rim as on the front side, but instead of crosses, letters "А""М""Н""N"at an equal distance from each other.
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-R-1-138-P-1-137.