The Battle of Vienna [50]

The Battle of Vienna

Subject: no
Face value: 50 pln
Alloy: 999/1000 Ag
Dimensions: 32x50 mm
Weight: 62.2 g
Finish: standard
Mintage: 6000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: high relief
Date of issue: 2023-10-10
Issue price: 950 pln
The reverse of the silver coin shows a stylised equestrian portrait of Jan III Sobieski as the victor, holding a standard in his left hand and a sabre in his right hand, knocking down the defeated enemies.

Designer: Sebastian Mikołajczak
The obverse of the silver coin shows hussar wings.

Designer: Sebastian Mikołajczak

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The Battle of Vienna

The Battle of Vienna in 1683 was in many respects a breakthrough in the history of Europe and one of the largest military operations for both its sides: the Ottoman Empire and the Polish-Imperial army. The Turks fielded an army of over 100,000 men (of whom approximately 65,000 actually fought in the battle), while the allied forces amounted to some 70,000 soldiers, including 27,000 Poles. The clash was a rare example of effective coordination between the large forces of the Empire and Poland. Commander-in-Chief Jan III Sobieski concentrated his troops close to the enemy’s forces and brought the Ottomans to a decisive battle, fought in accordance with the old Polish art of war, in which he defeated the enemy and freed Vienna, previously besieged for two ...

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