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Comparative Values

Notes

Polpolushka

1/8 Kopeck

1700 only - pattern coin

Polushka

1/4 Kopeck

Introduced pre-imperial and phased out in 1867

Denga

1/2 Kopeck

Introduced pre-imperial and phased out in 1828

Denezhka

1/2 Kopeck

Used 1849-1867

Kopeck (singular)

1/100 th of a Rouble

Introduced in 1534 as a result of monetary reform

Kopecks

Kopecks (plural) and fractional Kopeck

Used for plural values less than 5 and the 24 kopeck piece of Livonaises

Kopecks

Kopecks (plural)

Used for plural values greater than 4 but not the 24 kopeck piece of Livonaises

Grosz

2 Kopecks

1724 & 1727 only - Trial pieces

Altyn

3 Kopecks

Minted 1704, 1710-14

Altynnik

3 Kopecks

Minted 1710-12

Ten dengas

5 Kopecks

Minted 1701-02, 1704

Grivennik

10 Kopecks

Introduced 1701 and phased out in 1796

Minted 1701-02, 1704-07, 1710, 1713, 1718-20, 1723, 1731-35,

1739-57, 1764-96

Grivna

10 Kopecks

Minted in 1704-05, 1709, 1726-27

Polupoltinnik

1/4 Rouble, 25 Kopecks

Introduced 1701 and phased out 1810

Minted 1701-05, 1707, 1710, 1713, 1730, 1740-41, 1743-58, 1764-70,

1774-75, 1777, 1779, 1781, 1783-1805, 1808-10

Polpoltina

1/4 Rouble, 25 Kopecks

1726 only, most were remelted

Poltina

1/2 Rouble, 50 Kopecks

Introduced pre-imperial and phased out in 1885

Poltinnik

1/2 Rouble, 50 Kopecks

Large copper coin of 1654 and silver coin of 1707

Rouble

100 Kopecks

First minted as a coin in 1654

Roublevik

100 Kopecks, Variant of Rouble

Pattern of 1710

Roubles

Roubles (plural)

Also used for fractional rouble values