Monuments of Material Culture in Poland: Salt-Mine in Wieliczka
|Face value: ||20 zl|
|Metal: ||925/1000 Ag|
|Diameter: ||38,61 mm|
|Weight: ||28,28 g|
|Mintage: ||25,000 pcs|
Obverse: Image of the Eagle as the State Emblem of the Republic of Poland, on the background of a stylised fragment of rock with salt veins. Below the Eagle, on the left side, the notation specifying the year of mintage: 2001, on the right side inscription: 20 / ZŁ. Above a semicircular inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA, below, on the background of stylised rock, an inscription: POLSKA. Under the left talon of the Eagle the Mint mark: MW.
Reverse: A scene presenting work in a salt mine in the past centuries: in central part an image of four miners rolling a block of salt, in the background: miners at work. Above an inscription: KOPALNIA SOLI (Salt Mine), below zirconium imitating a crystal of salt and an inscription: W WIELICZCE (in Wieliczka).
Designer of the coin: Robert Kotowicz.