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Mikhail Fedorovich 1613-1645

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Polushka after 1630, Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov
L.9.21(s)-23182 no wish
 
1 pcs
1769 ₽
Denga Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov 1613-1645, Moskau
L.9.13(s)-23181 no wish
 
1 pcs
809 ₽

Mikhail Fedorovich 1613-1645.

Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov is the first Russian Tsar from the Romanov dynasty. In 1913, the medal “300th anniversary of the House of Romanov” was issued and it depicted the first Tsar Mikhail Fedorovich and the last Tsar of the Romanov dynasty - Nicholas II, but in 1917 the Tsarist power ceased to exist. Mikhail Fedorovich was elected at the Zemsky Sobor, it was a meeting of noble people who gathered to choose a new king. The choice fell on Mikhail Fedorovich Romanov. His coins are often abbreviated as "Mich. Fed." and are considered one of the most common. Despite the fact that they are very old, their price is minimal for such ancient coins. A lot of them are found in treasures; one pot can hold 2000-3000 coins, or even more, so there are quite a lot of offers of Mikhail Fedorovich’s coins on the numismatics market.

Under Tsar Mikhail Fedorovich, they began publishing the newspaper "Vestovye Letters", which was handwritten, in the 18th century it became known as "Vedomosti" and then, with the advent of technology, it began to be published in printed form. Under Mikhail Fedorovich, reforms were made in the Army, new factories were created, and peace treaties were concluded with Sweden and Poland.