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- Author designed by Antoni Wiwulski
- Date of production 1910
- Place of creation Paris, foundry of J. Malesset et Cie company
- Dimensions height: head: 45 x 35 cm, length: mace: 34 cm
- ID no. MHK 3107/III/1, 3108/III
- Branch Oscar Schindler's Factory
- Object copyright Historical Museum of the City of Kraków
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Małopolska's Virtual Museums project
The head of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas (45 x 35 cm) — the head of a middle-aged man with a short neck, slightly bent down, long hair combed backwards. Around the neck a wide strap with threaded screws.more
The head of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas (45 x 35 cm) — the head of a middle-aged man with a short neck, slightly bent down, long hair combed backwards. Around the neck a wide strap with threaded screws.
Mace (length: 34 cm) — a fragment of the hilt with the head composed of four feathers.
The Grunwald Monument was unveiled in Kraków on 15 July 1910, on the 500th anniversary of the famous battle with the Teutonic Knights. The monument was founded by Ignacy Jan Paderewski. During WW II, it was destroyed by the Germans in November 1939. The scarcely preserved details are stored in the Historical Museum of the City of Kraków.
In 1976 the Kraków sculptor, Marian Konieczny, made a reconstruction of the monument; however, he decided not to place the original preserved details on the figures he made.
Elaborated by Janusz Tadeusz Nowak (Historical Museum of the City of Kraków), © all rights reserved