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Alexey Mikhailovich 1645-1676

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Denga 1663-1676, Alexey Mikhailovich Romanov, 1645-1674
L.9.32(s)-23185 no wish
1 pcs
969 ₽
1 kopeck 1645-1676, Alexey Mikhailovich, copper riot 1655-1663, Moscow, Mo - old coin mint
1 kopeck 1645-1676, Alexey Mikhailovich, copper riot 1655-1663, Moscow, МД - new moscow coin mint
1 kopeck 1645-1676, Alexey Mikhailovich, copper riot 1655-1663, Pskov

Alexey Mikhailovich 1645-1676. Alexey Mikhailovich is the son of the previous Tsar Mikhail Fedorovich. Alexei Mikhailovich began to rule in 1645, and in 1662 the “Copper” riot occurred, this event affected Russian numismatics. Due to the 13-year war of 1654-1667 with the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (Poland), Russia had large expenses. It was decided to issue copper kopecks instead of silver kopecks. Those. The penny used to be made of silver, but now it is made of copper. Despite the fact that copper was a much cheaper material than silver. At first, a copper kopeck was perceived as a silver one, but due to the large number of copper kopecks issued, the copper coin became about 17 times cheaper (For an item that cost a ruble, you had to pay 17 copper rubles) (Elizavetin G.V. Money, pp. 51), or to get 1 silver kopeck, you had to give 17 copper ones. Prices for goods began to rise, and as a result, the people rebelled and went to the Tsar’s palace in Kolomenskoye. The king promised to look into this issue. Gradually, the copper kopeck began to be withdrawn from circulation, and the minting of silver kopecks was restored, i.e. Alexey Mikhailovich granted the people's request. Despite the fact that copper coins were withdrawn from circulation, a sufficient number of them remained, which are now present on the numismatics market, so they can be purchased and are relatively inexpensive for their age.