The 1000th anniversary of the convention in Gniezno
|Face value: ||10 zl|
|Metal: ||ring: 925/1000 Ag|
core: 925/1000 Ag oxidized
|Diameter: ||32,00 mm|
|Weight: ||14,14 g|
|Mintage: ||32,000 pcs|
Obverse: On the right, in a stylized oval, an image of the Eagle as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland, and the year of issue: 2000. On the left, a stylized image of the obverse of Boleslaw Chrobry's coin (denar). A semicircular inscription above: RZECZPOSPOLITA. Below, an inscription: 10 ZL. At the bottom, a semicircular inscription: POLSKA. Under the left talon of the Eagle, the Mint mark: MW
Reverse: Stylized images of sitting both Boleslaw Chrobry and Otto III. At the background, an ornament and elements of the Roman architecture. Above, a semicircular inscription: 1000-LECIE (1000th anniversary). At the bottom, a stylized lion on a runner. In the rim, an inscription: ZJAZDU W GNIEZNIE (of the convention in Gniezno).
Designer of the coin: Robert Kotowicz.