The Penny Prague, John of Luxembourg
The coin was minted at a time when Lublin received city rights by Wladislaus the Short. John of Luxembourg disclaims any pretensions to the Polish crown. His claims waived upon payment by Casimir the Great kick 20 000 such coins.
1st half of the 14th century
Description of the artifact
Obverse: In the crown, around two wrapper. The inner rim inscription JOHANNES PRIMVS (John First). The outer rim: DEI GRATIA REX Dory (the grace of God King of Bohemia).
Reverse: Czech lion left. Description about: GROSSI PRAGENSES (penny Prague). Coin silver, mint Prague.