Stefan Batory [100]

Stefan Batory (1576-1586)

Subject: Polish kings and princes
Face value: 100 pln
Alloy: 900/1000 Au
Diameter: 21 mm
Weight: 8 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 2000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: no
Date of issue: 1997-06-30
Issue price: 560 pln
The bust of King Stefan Batory in a plain background. On the right side there is a semicircular inscription: STEFAN BATORY, below: years of his ruling: 1576-1586.

Designer: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska
An image of the Eagle as the State emblem of the Polish Republic; the date of issue 19-97 on both sides of the Eagle; inscription: ZŁ 100 ZŁ under the Eagle; a semicircular legend "RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA " in the rim; under the left paw offhe Eagle the Mint mark: m/w.

Designer: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska

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Stefan Batory

Stefan Batory, the son ot Stefan, governor of Transylwania, was born in 1533. As the prince of Transylvania he was elected king of Poland, in the open election of 1575, and was crowned, together with his wife, Polish princes Anna Jagiellonka, on May 1st, 1576 in Kraków. In 1578-82, after the war with Muscovy, he incorporated a part of Livonia into Poland. He also earned the gratitude of Poland for his reforms: the establishment of the Tribunal of the Crown and the Tribunal of Lithuania, the members of which were elected by the gentry. Stefan Batory introduced many mihtary reforms, among them, the recruitment of infantry regiment consisting of peasants of the Crown demesne. In home affairs he promoted strong royal power and was against the nobles. His goal was the unification ...

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