On the obverse is the image of the Prince in the hat hanging on the sides of the pendants. The left hand of the Prince pressed against his chest, his right hand holds a cross. Prince apparently is sitting, because his legs are disproportionately executed and socks wrapped to the left. To the left of the Prince of the Trident - the ancestral sign of Rurik. In a circle the inscription, read as "Vladimir, and behold his silver".
The reverse depicts Christ in crescita crown that can be found on the gold. Near the head of the letter "НС"and "ХС"
The circumference of both sides is a rim of points.
Photo from the book: I. I. Tolstoy "the most Ancient Russian coins of Grand Duchy Kiev" (1882).