Uncirculated with edge lettering
Tamás E. Soltra, sculptor
Description of obverse and reverse
The front of the coin depicts the coat of arms of Sigismund’s first type of gold forint (florin).
The back depicts Saint Ladislaus holding a battle-axe in his right hand and the orb in his left hand, with the letters M–O by his sides, the mark of Buda Chamberlain Mikes Jemnisti, and the number 13 between the legs of the saint. The coin has the legend “† SIGISMVNDI ∙ D ∙ G ∙ R ∙ VNGARIE” (Sigismund, by the Grace of God King of Hungary).
A brief annotation
The coin is a tribute to the famous Hungarian gold florins the name of which was the source of the name of the actual Hungarian currency, the Forint.