The most interesting, and rarely met coins are those depicting the heads in ¾ turning. They are:
1. Stater representing a bearded ¾ head of Satyr, turned to the left and silver items with the same ¾ turning to the left and to the right .
2. Stater with a profile image of Satyr which is of the initial gold coinage in Panticapeum, executed in very high relief.
3. Stater with a fine portrait of King Mithradates VI Eupatoros minted in Pontus.
4.Stater. The largest (ø23-24mm.) gold coin of Panticapeum with finely executed Griffin on the reverse side.
Among rather rarely met, coins the microsculptor chose and engraved dies (metallic intaglio) for production of souvenirs.
AG.Tetradrachmon of Panticapeum with laureate head of Apollo, though not having any artistic value in his opinion, but being the largest ‘’silver’’ in.
The microsculptor also chose a unique silver stater, depicting deities on both sides:
Ob) Head of Apollo with an inscription of the name of town.
Rv) Bearded head of Satyr arounded with a dotted circle.
As for the Hellenistic and Roman period, though degradated in art aspect, with the exeption of a large.
AE coin representing a standing figure of Dionysus, we think that this kind of ‘’replicas’’ may be of any interest for tourists and visitors in South Russia and the Ukraine.