The Mint of Poland is jubilant to announce issuing a coin in the series presenting the borders of Poland changing over the centuries. The collection of 5 coins starts off with the “Poland of Boleslaw Chrobry” coin, which depicts the shape of Poland in 1025 during the last year of his reign.
The main feature of the coin is its extraordinary design – elements in its relief depict an outline of lands giving the beginning to the country of Poland, while proof elements show lands which were joined to Poland during the reign of King Boleslaw Chrobry.
The coin is characterized by its harmonious combination of historical motifs, which form a whole to enchant each and every lover of history and those fond of monetary art.
• Minted in .999 fine silver
• The unique irregular-shaped design
• Embellished with digital printing
• Its uniqueness is guaranteed by the limited mintage
• New Zealand legal tender
• Offered in a stylish packaging, designed specifically to house the coin
In the centre – an image of a coronation sword. On the both sides of the sword – dates of reign of Boleslaw Chrobry (992 – 1025). Above – names of two capital castle-towns and the town of residence of the Piast dynasty as follows: Poznań, Gniezno and Kruszwica.
In the central part of the coin – a profile effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Below – inscriptions: m/w (the mint mark), ELIZABETH II, NIUE ISLAND (the issuer) and Ag 999 (the hallmark). On the right – the face value: 1 dollar and the year of issue: 2014.
Design: Beata Kulesza-Damaziak