• 10 Złotych 2011, Poland, History of Polish Cavalry, Uhlan
  • 10 Złotych 2011, Poland, History of Polish Cavalry, Uhlan
Description

Designer: Robert Kotowicz

Obverse

Along the left edge of the coin, inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA (Republic). Along the upper edge of the coin, inscription: POLSKA (of Poland). At the top on the right, inscription: 10/ZŁ. In the centre, against the background of stylised shapes of horses, image of the eagle established as the state emblem of the Republic of Poland. Below the eagle, stylised images of elements of a uhlan’s weapons and equipment: lances, a sabre, a carbine and a saddle. Below, notation of the year of issue: 2011. Under the Eagle’s left leg, the mint’s mark: M/W.

RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA
10

M/W
2011

Reverse

Along the left edge of the coin, inscription: UŁAN II (Uhlan of the Second Republic of Poland). Along the right edge of the coin, inscription: RZECZYPOSPOLITEJ (Polish Republic). In the centre, stylised image of a mounted uhlan holding a sabre. Above, stylised images of: a fragment of a sabre with the inscription “Honour and the Motherland” and another fragment of a sabre featuring the hilt.

UŁAN II
RZECZYPOSPOLITEJ

Edge
Characteristics
Type Commemorative Issue (Non-circulating)
Material Silver
Fineness 0.925
Weight 14.14 g
Diameter -
Width 22 mm
Height 32 mm
Thickness 2 mm
Shape rectangular
Alignment Medal
Mint
Warsaw Mint (M/W)

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