Poland - Silver Wedding Anniversary Token, Jeton

This anniversary token was commissioned in Poland in 1865 to commemorate the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Simon Rosen and Henriette Epstein. It was designed by J. Minheymer a medalist during the reign of Russian Czar Alexander II (1855-1881) who ruled Poland during this period.
Obverse inscription: XXV / R / D.17 Listo: 1865 (“The 17th of November 1865”).
Reverse inscription: CWIERC’ WIEKU SREBRNA PŁYNIE STRUGA, / NIECH ZŁOTEN TERAZ PŁYNIE DRUGA (“From a quarter-century flows a stream of silver / now let the second flow gold”).
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Physical Description
silver (overall material)
overall: 29.5 mm x 29.5 mm x 2.9 cm; 1 5/32 in x 1 5/32 in x 1 5/32 in
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Russian Jetons
Coins, Currency and Medals
Russian Coins and Jetons
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Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center
Credit Line
duPont Collection
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