Coins from Livonia and Estonia

In 1710, the areas of Livonia and Estonia, also known as Livoestonika, was capitulated to the Russians, and officially became a part of Russia in 1721. Even though the places were under Russian control, Russia gave the areas administrative, cultural, and economical autonomy until the 1840s, when Nicholas I began implementing Russian policies. After the First World War, Russia lost Livonia and Estonia, and the area became known as the modern-day countries of Latvia and Estonia.

See also: Estonia, Latvia, Russian Empire, Swedish Livonia

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Livonese (1756-1917)

1 Livonese = 96 Kopecks

2 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Krasny; pattern)
1756

Pattern
Silver (.750) • 1.05 g • ⌀ 15 mm
KM# Pn1&2, Fed# 1075, Bit# 664, N# 103973
2 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Krasny)
1757

Silver (.396) • 1.05 g • ⌀ 14 mm
KM# 1, Fed# 1080, Bit# 646, N# 69659
2 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Novodel; 4 Kopeck obverse die; silver)
(1758)

Non-circulating coin
Silver • 1.28 g • ⌀ 15 mm
KM# N1, Bit# 666, N# 166365
2 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Novodel; 4 Kopeck obverse die; copper)
(1758)

Non-circulating coin
Copper • ⌀ 15 mm
KM# N2, N# 166421
4 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Krasny; pattern; type 1)
1756

Pattern
Silver (.750) • 1.10 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# Pn3, Fed# 1074, Bit# 661, N# 166363
4 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Krasny; pattern; type 2)
1756

Pattern
Silver (.750) • 1.10 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# Pn4, Bit# 662, N# 103972
Available for swap 4 Kopecks - Elizaveta (Krasny)
1757

Silver (.750) • 1.09 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# 2, Fed# 1079, Bit# 641, Haljak II# 1764, N# 69651