Coin of Yaroslav minted in Kiev between 1019 and 1054.
Coin -Russian, Монета/// Belarusian, Манета/// Bulgarian, монети/// Polish, monety/// Czech, mince/// Slovak, mince/// Serbian, Кованица (Kovanica)/// Croatian, moneta/// Macedonian, Монета (Moneta)

Silver coin of Dimitri Donskoi's minted in Moscow between 1359 to 1389. The obverse side contains an inscription in Cyrillic script while the reverse side bears an inscription in Arabic script. The denomination of the coin is a denga and it is amongst the earliest coins issued in Moscow.
Coin of Ivan the Terrible (1533 to 1584) minted in Pskov

Serbian, silver dinar of Stefan VI minted between 1276 and 1282. Reverse, Christ Enthroned. Obverse, Stefan with sceptre. Metcalf 7.8.

Bulgarian, silver grosch of Ivan Alexander (AD 1331 - 1355). Obverse, Ivan Alexander and the Archangel Michael. Reverse, Christ with halo. Metcalf 8.11.

Bulgarian, silver grosch of Ivan Shishman (AD 1371 - 1393). Obverse, Ivan holding a scepter that is adorned with a cross. Reverse, Virgin orant. Metcalf 8.19.

Serbian, silver dinar of Stefan VI Urosh II Milutin (AD 1282 - 1321). Reverse, Christ enthroned. Obverse, King standing with St. Stephan. Metcalf 7.4.

Russian coins

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Silver Russian coin minted in Novgorod between 1430 and 1456.

Slovinian coin minted between 1250 and 1300.

Byzantine coins circulated widely in among the Slavic populations.

Silver Abbasid dirhem circulated among the Slavic populations.

Silver Abbasid dirhem circulated among the Slavic populations.
Metcalf, D. M.
1979 Coinage in South-Eastern Europe, 820 - 1396. Royal Numismatic Society, London.
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