In 1928 Walery Cyryl Amrogowicz completed the creation of five and two zloty coins according to his own design. The Polish Ministry of Treasury rejected his design, but he nonetheless ordered some sets for himself and friends. The (casts) for these were created by the German Karl Goetz, the coins being minted in Munich (some sources claim Nuremberg).
Perfect for your Altar or Shrine. Her image (Our Lady of Częstochowa) juxtaposes several ideals of womanhood: a powerful, heavenly queen, a suffering mother, a perfect nurturer…(the) scars a sign of suffering she shares with her worshippers. ~ Trochimczyk
Black Madonna of Częstochowa will hear the calls of those with depression, one who is searching to fill the void, women with fertility and menstruation issues, and people that need her guidance. She is a healer & the light at the end of a dark tunnel although she appears blackened and burned by fire she is filled with answers.
The legend concerning the two scars on the Black Madonna’s right cheek is that the Hussites stormed the Pauline monastery in 1430, plundering the sanctuary. Among the items stolen was the icon. After putting it in their wagon, the Hussites tried to get away but their horses refused to move. They threw the portrait down to the ground and one of the plunderers drew his sword upon the image and inflicted two deep strikes. When the robber tried to inflict a third strike, he fell to the ground and writhed in agony until his death. Despite past attempts to repair these scars, they had difficulty in covering up those slashes as the painting was done with tempera infused with diluted wax.
This beautiful reproduction coin amulet can be used to connect to Black Madonna through ritual & mediation work.