What is nicer to an afternoon coffee than a rare trojak coin with one of the most characteristic representations in Polish coinage?
Already at our 7th auction, this interesting trojak coin minted in Gdańsk during the times of Stefan Batory will go under the hammer.
A very nice copy of the only age group of Gdańsk trojak coins minted during the reign of
Variant with a twig with 7 leaves.
Obverse: along a cord ring an inscription in four lines:
Below, the date 1-5-7-9 is separated by a decorative cartouche with the coat of arms of the city, on the sides of which there is a laurel twig with 7 leaves and 6 berries and the sign of the ring of brothers Jan and Kasper Goebel – lessees of the mint.
Reverse: along the pearl-bead rim, the bust of the king in plate armor with a visible collar,
in a radial crown (symbol of Jupiter), along the rim:
You can also watch the coin in our video on https://youtu.be/Y4RsDbLxPIo