Poland, Silver 3 Polkers Very 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 the legend SIGIS 3 D G REX P M D L, with a 3 below. The other side has an orb with 24 in centre (1/24 Thaler) which divides the last two digits of the date, legend MONE NO REG POLO. They are struck in silver and are now about 400 years old. We are offering them here in Very Fine condition: 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: FPL9989
£24.95
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