Anna Jagiellon [50]

500th Anniversary of the Birth of Anna Jagiellon

Subject: no
Face value: 50 pln
Alloy: 999/1000 Ag
Diameter: 45 mm
Weight: 62.2 g
Finish: standard
Mintage: 7000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: high relief
Date of issue: 2023-10-03
Issue price: 900 pln
The reverse of the coin features the image of Anna Jagiellon, made after the miniature by an anonymous author, the dates of birth and death of the Queen, and the abbreviation: A. I. I. R. P. (ANNA IAGIELLONIA INFANS REGNI POLONIAE, Eng. Anna Jagiellon the Infanta of the Kingdom of Poland).

Designer: Paulina Kotowicz
The obverse shows the coat of arms of Anna Jagiellon used in the later period of her life. The coat of arms is from the so-called portrait of widowed Anna Jagiellon by Marcin Kober, which is in the collections of the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów.

Designer: Paulina Kotowicz

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500th Anniversary of the Birth of Anna Jagiellon

The year 2023 marks the 500th anniversary of the birth of Anna Jagiellon, the last member of the Jagiellons. Anna, born on 18 October 1523, was the daughter of Sigismund the Elder and Bona Sforza. Anna was raised at the royal court of Kraków and received comprehensive education. In addition to learning courtly manners and womanly skills, such as playing a musical instrument, embroidery or gardening, she studied the literature of Antiquity, and historical and geographical works. From her family home, she knew Polish and Italian, and also learnt Latin and German.

After her father’s death in 1548, a still unmarried Anna and her mother moved from Kraków to Warsaw. When Bona Sforza left Poland in 1556, Sigismund-Augustus took care of his sister. ...

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