On the reverse on the right, an effigy in profile of a pre-war activist of the Society, dressed in “czamara” (a coat) and wearing a four-cornered hat with a feather on his head. On the left, an image of the Society’s emblem – a falcon in flight, holding a dumbbell in its talons.
On the reverse centrally, on a separated area, a stylised image of the reverse of the thaler of King Stephen Bathory, with the image of a crowned Eagle, with a shield bearing the coat-of-arms of the House of Bathory on its chest; on the right-hand side, a partly obscured semicircular inscription: MAG+DVX+LITV.
On the reverse on the right, a transposition of the fragment of the self-portrait of Olga Boznańska. In the background, on the left – a fragment of a palette, whose shape refers to one of the preserved palettes of the painter.
On the reverse: centrally, a stylised image of a female hammer thrower, around her elements that symbolise the spin of the athlete, decorated with ornaments that relate to the fauna and flora of Brazil. Above the female athlete, a Polish Olympic Symbol. Along the left-hand edge, anticlockwise from top, an inscription: POLSKA REPREZENTACJA OLIMPIJSKA RIO 2016 (Polish Olympic Team Rio 2016).
On the reverse a centrally stylised reverse of the crown ducat of Sigismund the Elder; beneath the crown, an image of an escutcheon with the images of: the Polish Eagle, the Lithuanian Chase, the Russian Lion, the Prussian Eagle, and in the centre – the Habsburg coat-of-arms.
On reverse: on the right, at the top a stylised fragment of the Krasiński Palace in Ursynów – the seat of the authorities of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, in the lower part, a stylised fragment of the SGGW building in Rakowiecka Street in Warsaw
Reverse: in the centre, on a separated, circular area, the inscription: 5, at the bottom, the semicircular inscription: ZŁOTYCH; at the top, on the left and right, separated areas with vertical and horizontal lines and oak leaves
In the central part, a stylised fragment of the entrance to the University Library in Warsaw with an image of an open book bearing the inscription: HINC OMNIA, on the right, and the image of the University emblem on the left.