Help to identify, small silver coin

Started by goldenage, October 31, 2022, 07:52:48 PM

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goldenage

0.64g
11mm/14mm

I need your help in identify this silver coin.
Thank you very much

FosseWay

I think this is Russian "wire money", so called because of the method of manufacture, by cutting slivers off a rod or wire of silver.

I don't have enough knowledge to identify the ruler.

Gusev

Yes, that's right, this money was also called "flakes".
This is a kopeck of the Russian Tsar Fedor Ivanovich (son of Ivan the Terrible). The reign of this king was called "Time of Troubles".
Minted in the city of Pskov in 1584-1598.
The obverse depicts a horseman with a spear, two letters PS (Pskov) below.
On the reverse there is an inscription in Old Slavonic - Tsar Great Fedor of All Rus'.

Source - Ukrainian site
http://www.learn-your-history.in.ua/index.php?route=information/information&information_id=18

Regarding the authenticity, I can not say anything, my main interest is the coins of the Himalayan countries.


"Those at the top of the mountain didn't fall there."- Marcus Washling.

goldenage

Thank you very much for your answers! It is also not my field as I found this coin in a lot thogether with ottoman silver coins.