Centenary of the death of Ernest Malinowski
|Face value: ||10 zl|
|Metal: ||925/1000 Ag|
|Diameter: ||32.00 mm|
|Weight: ||14.14 g|
|Mintage: ||18,000 pcs|
Obverse: A stylised globe with the outline of North and South America showing the location of Peru. On the right an image of the Eagle as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland. A semicircular inscription above: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA. Below, between two parallel lines, the legend: 10 ZL. Under it, the date of issue: 1999. Under the left talon of the Eagle the Mint mark: m/w.
Reverse: The bust of Ernest Malinowski. In the background a stylised image of a train, bridges and a mountain ravine. Above it, against the background of stylised mountains and bridges, an inscription: 4818 m n.p.m. A semicircular inscription below: 1818-1899/ERNEST MALINOWSKI.
On the side an inscription: 100-LECIE SMIERCI repeated twice and separated by stars.
Designer of obverse and reverse: Ewa Tyc-Karpińska.