About coins and Robert

Coins with the image of Robert Lewandowski

The idea for coins with Robert Lewandowski was created in 2020. The Gdańsk Mint is the only one in the world that has been granted the rights to issue collector coins with the image of Robert Lewandowski.

On March 30, 2022, the premiere of the first coins in the series took place.

Silver collector coins are characterized by a very high relief and interesting accessories, such as a porcelain ball-shaped insert. Each coin is packed with a certificate of authenticity in an elegant box. Collector's coins are also characterized by a limited mintage, emphasizing their uniqueness. The mintage of each 2 oz silver coin is 3000 pieces, 1 kg coins - 200 pieces. The outlay will never be increased.

Coins with Robert Lewandowski are full-fledged coins - they have a face value and a government guarantee. Due to Polish law, only Narodowy Bank Polski has the option of issuing coins with a currency expressed in zlotys. For this reason, our coins have a denomination in New Zealand dollars, and their authenticity and legality are guaranteed by the government of the island of Niue. The head of this island is the head of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, therefore the obverse of the coins must contain inscriptions in English.

The following versions will appear in the series:

  • Silver, 2 oz Ag - 6 coins
  • Silver, 1 kg Ag - 4 coins
  • Gold, 1/10 oz and 1 oz Au - 6 coins
  • Silver, 1 oz and 2 oz Ag BU - 6 coins
  • Silver 3 oz 3D Ag coin - 1 coin

Issuance plan (subject to change)



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Robert Lewandowski

Robert Lewandowski is currently one of the best footballers in the world and one of the best center forwards in history. He is the captain of the Polish national team, and on a daily basis he plays for Bayern Munich, with which he has won the German championship 7 times since 2014, becoming the King of Goalscorers 5 times.

Lewandowski is the best scorer in the history of the Polish national team - he has already scored over 50 goals for the Polish national team.

In 2006, he signed a contract with Znicz Pruszków, who was then in the third league. After Lewandowski joined the team, Znicz Pruszków was promoted to the second league. Two years later he was sold to Lech Poznań. He made his debut in Ekstraklasa, and in 2009 he was on the 32nd place on the list of "50 most promising players under 23", compiled by the British newspaper "The Times". He played a total of 82 official Lech matches and scored 41 goals in them. In 2010 he became a player of Borussia Dortmund, in the colors of which he won the German championship twice, the crown of the Bundesliga's top scorer and reached the final of the UEFA Champions League. In 2014, he moved to Bayern Munich, where he broke the 250 goals barrier in the Bundesliga, making it the fastest ever.

In 2020, he became the top scorer in all competitions in which he played. In 2021, he won the club world championship with Bayern, and was himself chosen the best player of the tournament.

The successes of Robert Lewandowski

One of the five Polish footballers - European Cup winners,

second best goalscorer in Bundesliga history,

the most effective foreigner in the Bundesliga,

record holder in terms of goals scored in one Bundesliga season (41 goals),

third-best goalscorer in the history of the UEFA Champions League,

record holder in terms of the number of appearances in the Polish national team,

the best scorer in the history of the Polish national team,

the only Polish footballer who scored goals during three final tournaments of the European Championship,

the only Pole in history to receive the FIFA Footballer of the Year and UEFA Footballer of the Year awards, as well as the European Golden Boot,

the most titled Polish footballer in history,

is on the Guinness Book of Records by scoring five goals in nine minutes

nine-time winner of the "Footballer of the Year" title in the "Football" plebiscite,

two-time winner of the "Przegląd Sportowy" plebiscite,

best shooter in the world 2020,

the best athlete of 2020 among men according to the APIS World Sports Press Association,

the most influential man in Polish sport according to Forbes magazine. Decorated with the Commander's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta for "outstanding sports achievements and promoting Poland in the international arena".