Henryk Dobrzański Hubal [10]

Major Henryk Dobrzański Hubal

Subject: no
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 999/1000 Ag
Diameter: 32 mm
Weight: 31.1 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 10000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: no
Date of issue: 2024-02-13
Issue price: 320 pln
The reverse presents the portrait of “Hubal” as he looked during the guerrilla time: with facial hair, wearing an unbuttoned uniform and a sheepskin coat over his shoulders. On the uniform, he is wearing the Silver Cross of the Virtuti Militari Order awarded to him in recognition of his struggle for the independence and the borders of Poland in the years 1918–1921.

Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska
The obverse of the coin shows the Eagle established as the national emblem of the Republic of Poland and Major Dobrzański on horseback with a drawn sabre. At the bottom, there is a model 34 sabre used by the Polish cavalry in 1939 and a model 37 field cap worn in September 1939. Below, there are the words uttered by the major on hearing of the downfall of Warsaw.

Designer: Dobrochna Surajewska

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Major Henryk Dobrzański Hubal

Henryk Dobrzański was born in Jasło on 22 June 1897 to a landowning family, whose members had fought in national uprisings. In 1914, he joined the Polish Legions and served in the 2nd Uhlan Regiment. In 1918, when the II Brigade broke through to the Russian side near Rarańcza, he was interned and imprisoned in a camp, which he fled. In November 1918, Dobrzański joined the 2nd Uhlan Regiment, which was being reformed in Krakow. He was awarded the Silver Cross of the Virtuti Militari Order and four times the Cross of Valour (Krzyż Walecznych).

After World War I, Dobrzański served in the Cavalry Training Centre in Grudziądz and in several cavalry regiments. In 1924, he was a member of the Polish equestrian team which won the Nations Cup in Nice. He ...

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