Royal poltorak – M.Cz.III 7092 n
|Item||Royal poltorak, Poland, Sigismund III Vasa|
|Id no.||M.Cz.III 7092 n|
|Period||1615, minted in Bydgoszcz|
|Place of discovery||Częstochowa, Old Town|
|ul. Nadrzeczna and Plac Bohaterów Getta, near the junction with ul. Jaskrowska (the cemetery next to the remains of the foundations of the old Church of Saint Barbara)|
|Weight and size||1.290 g; 20.5 mm|
|Location in exhibition||Showcase #5|
Obv.: a five-field escutcheon below a crown, with the circumscription: SIGIS 3 DG (3) REX PMDL
Rev.: a globus cruciger, 1_5, with the circumscription: ∙MONE∙NO _ ∙REG∙POL, the Abdank coat of arms of Stanisław Warszycki, grand crown treasurer from 1610 to 1616.
Part of the treasure discovered in 2015.