Today on World Currency Collector we're traveling to Poland to check out the 1994 Sovereign Series of Złotych banknotes. We'll learn the differences between the Złoty, Złote, and Złotych. Then we'll hear about Duke Mieszko I, the coat of arms of Poland, and the recto/verso printing technique. Next we'll discover who Bolesław I the Brave was, and talk about the Gniezno doors. King Casimir III the Great, the Wawel Cathedral, and color-changing ink are next, followed by King Władysław II Jagiełło, Malbork Castle, and Sigismund I the Old. We'll finish our journey with some pictures from the National Bank of Poland's Money Centre and the Numismatic Cabinet at the Royal Castle, both in Warsaw.
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Algirdas (Polish:Olgierd), the Grand Duke of Lithuania, was pagan. He had Jagiełło (the future king of Poland) with his second wife, Uliana of Tver, who was Russian. It was the mother who had Jagiełło baptized as a child in the Eastern Orthodox rite. But he wasn't practising of Christianity and was brought up as a pagan. Then later, in 1386 he was baptized again in the Catholic Church, married Polish queen Jadwiga and became the king. He died in 1434, 50 years before Martin Luther was even born. So it had nothing to do with protestantism ;)
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