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Russia
Grivennik 1723. Copper. Grivennik 1723. Copper. 5 Kopecks 1714. Silver. 5 Kopecks 1714. Silver. 1 Kopeck 1718. Silver. 1 Kopeck 1718. Silver.
1 Altyn 1704. Silver. 1 Altyn 1704. Silver. Poltina 1718. Silver. Poltina 1718. Silver. Polupoltina 1705. Silver. Polupoltina 1705. Silver.
1 Kopeck 1715. Copper. 1 Kopeck 1715. Copper. Chervonets 1711. Gold. Chervonets 1711. Gold. Denga 1702. Copper. Denga 1702. Copper.
Polushka 1721. Copper. Polushka 1721. Copper. Rouble 1725. Silver. Rouble 1725. Silver. 2 Roubles 1720. Gold. 2 Roubles 1720. Gold.
Silver kopecks -'scales'. Late 17th and early 18th centuries. Silver. Kopecks. Silver. Polushka 1707. Copper. Polushka 1707. Copper. Poltina 1704. Silver. Poltina 1704. Silver.
Medal awarded to soldiers for the Battle of Poltava. Medallists Solomon Gouin and Gottfried Haupt. 1709. Silver. Medal awarded to soldiers for the Battle of Poltava. Medallists Solomon Gouin and Gottfried Haupt. 1709. Silver. Medal commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Anton Vasyutinskiy.1909. Bronze. Medal commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Anton Vasyutinskiy.1909. Bronze. Medal commemorating the capture of the Swedish army under General Adam Lewenhaupt near Perevolochna in 1709. Unknown medallist. Copper. Medal commemorating the capture of the Swedish army near Perevolochna in 1709. Unknown medallist.Copper.
Medal struck for the unveiling of the monument commemorating the Battle of Poltava in Poltava. Medallists Karl Leberecht and Karl Meisner.  
1809. Bronze. Medal struck for the unveiling of the monument commemorating the Battle of Poltava in Poltava. Medallists Karl Leberecht and Karl Meisner. 1809. Bronze. Medallions struck by state-owned and private manufacturers in 1909 for the celebration of 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Nonferrous metals Medallions struck by state-owned and private manufacturers in 1909 for the celebration of 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Nonferrous metals Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Lesnaya on September 28, 1708. Medallist Philipp Heinrich Müller. 1713. Gold. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Lesnaya on September 28, 1708. Medallist Philipp Heinrich Müller. 1713. Gold.
Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. 1709. Medallist Georg Hautsch. Silver. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. 1709. Medallist Georg Hautsch. Silver. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Peter Berg(?). 1709. Silver. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Peter Berg(?). 1709. Silver. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Philipp Heinrich Müller. 1709. Silver. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Philipp Heinrich Müller. 1709. Silver.
Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallists Samoila Udin and Benjamin Scott. 18th century. Bronze. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava. Medallists Samoila Udin and Benjamin Scott. 18th century. Bronze. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava on June 27, 1709. Unknown medallist. 18th century. Gold. Medal commemorating the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava on June 27, 1709. 18th century. Unknown medallist. Gold. Medal struck for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Anton Vasutinskiy. 1909. Bronze. Medal struck for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Poltava. Medallist Anton Vasutinskiy. 1909. Bronze.
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Sweden
2 Marks 1701. Silver. 2 Marks 1701. Silver. 1 Mark 1715. Silver. 1 Mark 1715. Silver. 4 Marks 1698. Silver. 4 Marks 1698. Silver.
5 Ore 1705. Silver. 5 Ore 1705. Silver. 1 Ore 1715. Silver. 1 Ore 1715. Silver. 1 Ore 1701. Silver. 1 Ore 1701. Silver.
1/6 Ore 1708. Copper. 1/6 Ore 1708. Copper. 4 Ore 1716. Silver. 4 Ore 1716. Silver. 1/192 Thaler 1706. Silver. Stralsund Mint. 1/192 Thaler 1706. Silver.
1 Daler 1716. Size app. 16x16, weight app. 750g. Copper 1 Daler 1716. Copper. 1 Dukat 1718. Gold. 1 Dukat 1718. Gold. 1 Daler 1718. Copper. 1 Daler 1718. Copper.
Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Medallist Philipp Müller. 1700. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Medallist Philipp Müller. 1700. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Unknown medallist. 1700. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Unknown medallist. 1700. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Medallist Arvid Karlsten. 1700. Tin. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory in the Battle of Narva. Medallist Arvid Karlsten. 1700. Tin.
Medal commemorating the Swedish victories in 1701 in Saxony. Medallist Karl Hartmann. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victories in 1701 in Saxony. Medallist Karl Hartmann. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the Treaty of Altranstadt signed on September 13, 1706 
between Augustus II of Poland and Saxony and Charles XII of Sweden. Medallist Philipp Müller. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the Treaty of Altranstadt of September 13, 1706. Medallist Philipp Müller. 18th century. Silver. Medal In honour of Charles XII, the Glory of Sweden. Medallist V.Westmann. 1708. Copper. Medal In honour of Charles XII, the Glory of Sweden. Medallist V.Westmann. 1708. Copper.
Medal commemorating the Swedish victory over Russian/Polish/Saxon army in the Battle of Fraustadt on February 2, 1706. Medallist Arvid Karlsten. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victory over Russian/Polish/Saxon army in the Battle of Fraustadt on February 2, 1706. Medallist Arvid Karlsten. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victories gained 1700 until 1706. Medallist Georg Hautsch. 1706. Silver. Medal commemorating the Swedish victories from 1700 until 1706. Medallist Georg Hautsch. 1706. Silver. Medal commemorating  the death of Charles XII on November 30, 1718 near the fortress of Fredriksten. Medallist Johann Hedlinger. 18th century. Silver. Medal commemorating the death of Charles XII on November 30, 1718 near the fortress of Fredriksten. Medallist Johann Hedlinger. 18th century. Silver.
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