Coin of this type was produced in 1730-1754. In some instances, may partly be rim on the front and back sides, consisting of large spots.The obverse of the coin
depicts a simplified coat of arms of the Russian Empire
first half of the eighteenth century (without a shield on the chest and no tape Andreevsky order) - double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, on the heads of the Imperial crown, over which is the same, but larger. In paws the eagle holds the symbols of power - the scepter and Orb.The reverse of the coin
depicts a shield with floral ornaments around the outlet at the top. In the middle of the shield in an oval frame in three lines specify the denomination and year of minting - "SEMI SHKA 1739".
Among coins 1730-1734 years there are peraccini of money 1728-1729 years, they have traces of the old images. Pereselenka was conducted with the purpose of lowering the par value of the old coinage of Peter II.