Poltina with a portrait of a sample of 1707, was produced in 1707 and 1710, may have a notation of the year as digits and letters. In 1707 the value was denoted by the word "ПОЛТИННИК" and in the 1710 - "ПОЛТИНА" In 1707 produced from silver or 875 802 samples, in 1710 silver 802 or 750 at the same weight coins.
The front and back sides surrounded by a rim of small dots (can be partially or completely absent, this is not a marriage).
On the obverse is a portrait of Peter the Great in profile, face to the right. Of the circumference - "+ ЦРЬ • ПЕТРЪ • АЛЕSIЕВИЧЪ : В:Р:П+"("Tsar Pyotr Alexeyevich, All-Russian ruler").
On the coin reverse in the center the emblem of Russia at the beginning of the XVIII century - double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, on the heads of the Royal crown, over which is the same, but larger. In paws the eagle holds the symbols of power - the scepter and Orb. Under the clutches of the eagle the year of mintage old Slavonic letters ("҂АѰЗ"- "1707"), the date is divided into two parts. The circumference of the designated denomination of the coin divided into two parts - "ПОЛТИННИКЪ"right and "МОСКОВСКИI"left.
The photo shows the instances from the exposition of the State Hermitage Museum that have a number: HE-P-2-1193 and IT-R-2-1194.