On the reverse on the right, a portrait of Major Władysław Raginis, the commander of the Polish defence of Wizna, dressed in uniform. In the background, the ruins of a World War II bunker located near the village of Góra Strękowa.
On the reverse centrally, a stylised national flag of the Republic of Poland, in the coin’s upper part, stylised human silhouettes, and below, on a separated area – partially obstructed by the flag – a stylised reflection of the human silhouettes. Along the edge, the semi-circular inscription reads clockwise: 100-LECIE POLSKIEJ FLAGI PAŃSTWOWEJ (100th Anniversary of the National Flag of Poland).
On the reverse on the left, an image of the genocide survivor, Marianna Paczkowska, modelled on a preserved photograph; on the right, an inscription: 75. / rocznica / zagłady / Romów i Sinti (75th Anniversary of the Romani and Sinti Genocide).
On the reverse on the left, the coat of arms of King Sigismund Augustus, in the centre an inscription: WOLNI / DO / WOLNYCH, / RÓWNI / DO / RÓWNYCH (The free to the free, the equal to equals), a quote from the documents of the Union Sejm in Lublin.