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The coin was composed of silver, weighed 22 grams, and measured 36 millimeters in diameter. Displayed on the obverse was a shield with a star in the center, with a pot of fire above and crossing branches below. The value (inscribed as 2) was separated by the shield. Floating above the pot of fire was a legend reading "JUBILEO DE ESPERANTO" (Jubilee of Esperanto), and below the branches were the dates "1887-1912". Depicted on the reverse was the creator of Esperanto, L. L. Zamenhof, flanked by two five-pointed stars. Above Zamenhof was a legend reading "D.RO L.L. ZAMENHOF", and below was another inscription, which read "AUTORO DE ESPERANTO".