Casimir III the Great [100]

Casimir III the Great (1333-1370)

Subject: Polish kings and princes
Face value: 100 pln
Alloy: 900/1000 Au
Diameter: 21 mm
Weight: 8 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 2400 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: no
Date of issue: 2002-02-06
Issue price: 560 pln
The bust of Kazimierz III Wielki. On the left side, an inscription: KAZIMIERZ III WIELKI, on the right, dates: 1333- 1370 (Casimir III the Great).

Designer: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska
An image of the Eagle as the state Emblem of the Republic of Poland, on the Eagle's sides, a notation of the year of issue: 20-02, an inscription under the Eagle: ZŁ 100 ZŁ, in the rim, an inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA. Under the left talon of the Eagle the Mint mark: m/w.

Designer: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska

Shopping price comparison

If you want to have presented all the names of shops purchase subscription.
4000.00

Auction and shop prices

If you want to have presented graphs auction prices purchase subsription.

Catalogue prices

If you want to have presented chart of catalog prices purchase subscription.

Statistics of investment

If you want to have the data presented in this chapter purchase subscription.

Assistant of investment

If you want to have the data presented in this chapter purchase subscription.

Article linked with this coin

Kazimierz III the Great

Kazimierz III Wielki was the last Poland's ruler of the Piast dynasty. He was born on 30 April in Kowal, in 1310 in the district of Wtodawek as a son of Wtadystaw tokietek (the Short) and Jadwiga, the daughter of Bolestaw Pobozny (the Pious), the prince of Great Poland. Since his teens he was meant to become an heir to the throne and in the last years of his father's reign he participated more and more in rule. According to his father's will, in virtue of a right of heirdom and with the approval of dignitaries, he crowned himself in1333.
The authority of a new monarch extended only on Little Poland, Great Poland and the territory of Sieradz and t^czyca. Beyond the boundaries of the country remained: Silesia subordinated to the Bohemia, independent Mazovia and Eastern ...

Read the full article