Replaced the coin-scales of a silver penny of a new type (circular disc with a mass of 0.6 g and low breakdown) is produced in 1713-1714 and 1718 years in addition to the small cents of the pre-Petrine model. In some instances, may partly be threadlike rim on the front and back sides.
The obverse of the coin in the center is the coat of Arms of Russia at the beginning of the XVIII century - crowned by the Imperial crown double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, above the eagle on the great Imperial crown.
On the coin reverse in the centre is the denomination in two lines - "КО ПЕИКА" underneath the year of issue "1714". Upstairs is a large point.
The picture shows a copy from the exposition of the State Hermitage with the number IT-R-2-2646.
Varieties of silver pennies of the sample 1713: 1713 (large letters);
1713 (small letters);
1714 (wing feathers 6);
1714 (wing 9 feathers, large crown);
1714 (wing 9 feathers, small crown).