Nicolaus Copernicus [20]

Nicolaus Copernicus

Face value: 20 pln
Dimensions: 150 x 77 mm
Mintage: 100000 pcs
Date of issue: 2023-02-09
Issue price: 160 pln
Designer: Krystian Michalczuk
The back side of the banknote features the images of historical coins: the obverse and reverse of the Gdańsk szóstak (six grosz), the obverse of the Elbląg szóstak (six grosz), the obverse of the Prussian (Toruń) schilling and an image of a fragment of the heliocentric system. The background also features the Castle of the Warmian Cathedral Chapter in Olsztyn.
The front side of the banknote features the most popular (so-called Toruń) portrait of Nicolaus Copernicus and stylised images of a quadrant and a fragment of the heliocentric system.

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Nicolaus Copernicus

The year 2023 will mark the 550th anniversary of the birth of Nicolaus Copernicus, outstanding astronomer, creator of the heliocentric theory, physician, economist – author of one of the versions of the law governing the circulation of money (bad money always drives out good money), and faithful subject of Polish kings – defender of Olsztyn against the Teutonic Knights.

Nicolaus Copernicus was born in Toruń on 19 February 1473 to the family of a wealthy merchant Nicolaus Copernicus and Barbara née Watzenrode. His father came from Silesia and his mother from a patrician Toruń family.

The future astronomer was fi rst educated in Toruń, then probably in Chełmno. In 1491–1503, he studied in Kraków, Bologna and Padua. He completed ...

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