Poland, Silver 3 Polkers Fine

These silver Polish coins were made between 1614-1628 were issued in the reign of the famous Sigismund III (1587-1632). The denomination is quite unusual being 3 Polker. They have a crowned shield on one side with a 3 below. The other side has an orb. They are struck in silver and are now about 400 years old. We offer them here in Fine; you are getting a 400-year-old Polish Silver coin at a most reasonable price. After all how many Polkers do you have in your collection? Buy one of these and you will have 3 Polkers to your name.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FPL9987
£14.95

Poland, Sigismund III (1587-1632), Silver Polker dated 1614-1628. Obverse: Crowned shield with the legend SIGIS 3 D G REX P M D L, 3 below for denomination, Reverse: Orb with 24 in centre (1/24 Thaler) which divides the last two digits of the date, legend MONE NO REG POLO. Fine condition.

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