The image of the Prince, apparently seated, as seen from the front both legs, disproportionately made with figure, the socks navorochennye left. On his head a crown of eight beads along the cheeks down braids, in the form of lines ending with two beads. The Prince is wearing a cloak fastened with a buckle in the form of beads. Right hand holding rod, the top of which ends with 3 beads, and the bottom one. Right generic sign. The circular inscription, badly preserved: VLAD...Aseag...BRO.
Reverse: the Image of Christ in crescita crown. Near circular inscription are visible at the bottom of the letter: ...OSJ (the end of the name Christ). The coin is broken into 3 parts.
Information and photo from the book: Oreshnikov, A. V. "Russian coins to 1547"
(first edition, Moscow, 1896). The translation into modern language.