Do you like the coinage of Augustus III of Poland?
Opinions are different, as is well known, this ruler most often stayed in Dresden, and he came to Poland to sign documents and to attend sessions of the Seym. He did not get involved in military disputes, he led a lavish life, but thanks to him, coffee and mineral water were spread in Poland, the post office was also improved, and ordinary people started using underwear, bedding, cutlery and tablecloths. The kitchen also developed, thanks to which the proverb
‘I ate like a Polish king’ was created. At the Royal Castle in Warsaw, the Saxon elevation was made, thanks to which the building from the Vistula side looks great to this day.
He also left behind many eagerly collected coins, and you can see some of them below
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