10 Zlota, 1364 - 1964., Jagiellonian University, Casimir III the Great
Kataloski broj: POL/JU/NI/0360
10 Zlotych, 1364 - 1964., Jagiellonian University, Casimir III the Great
Casimir III the Great (1310- 1370) - King of Poland between 1333 and 1370, the last ruler from Piast dynasty, founder of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow - one of the oldest universities in the world.
Obverse: eagle - Coat of Arms as it was is 14th century, but not crowned; along the top edge: • POLSKA RZECZPOSPOLITA LUDOWA • (People's Republic of Poland), along the bottom edge face value: ZŁ. 10 ZŁ. (ZŁOTYCH)
Reverse: head of king facing left, on the left side in seven lines with concave lettering: SZE / ŚĆSET / -LECIE / UNI- / WERSY- / TETU / 1364 (six hundred years of (Jagiellonian) University 1364); on the right side in six lines: JA / GIEL / LOŃ- / SKIE / GO / 1964 (Jagiellonian (University) 1964); along the bottom edge in a frame: KAZIMIERZ WIELKI (Casimir the Great)