Castle in Malbork [20]

Castle in Malbork

Subject: Monuments of Material Culture in Poland
Face value: 20 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Diameter: 38.61 mm
Weight: 28.28 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 51000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: ceramics
Date of issue: 2002-10-23
Issue price: 68 pln
An image of Malbork Castle from the river's side. Against its background a medieval portal of St. Ann's chapel, executed in ceramics. Above a semicircular inscription: ZAMEK W MALBORKU (Castle of Malbork).

Designer: Roussanka Nowakowska
An image of the Eagle as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland against a background of Malbork Castle panorama. On the Eagle's left side a notation of the year of issue: 20-02. On the right side an inscription: 20 / ZŁ. Above a semicircular inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA. Under the left talon of the Eagle, the Mint mark: m/w.

Designer: Roussanka Nowakowska

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Castle in Malbork

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