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Anonymous copper pulo of Vasili III Ivanovich (1505-1533) or Ivan the Terrible (1533-1584), Tver mint, Russia (Huletski #3325)

Anonymous copper pulo of Vasili III Ivanovich (1505-1533) or Ivan the Terrible (1533-1584), Tver mint, Russia (Huletski #3325)

Bird standing left, head right, holding flower in the beak  / ΠYΛO TBEPbCKOE in 4 lines. 12mmx7mm, 0.38 grams. Mint of Tver. Huletski #3325.

The copper pulos from the 16th century are much scarcer than the silver kopeks or dengas. These coins are attributed to Vasily III and/or to his son Ivan the Terrible. Either one (or both) of these Tsars might have issued these anonymous coins.

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