The hoard from Dębrznik (Lower Silesia) was discovered in 1961. Numbering 6,300 coins it is one of the largest such deposits from this area. The hoard includes Bohemian, Silesian, Lusatian, Polish, German and Hungarian coins. The tpq of 1526 is established by the Bohemian coins of Ferdinand I. In our paper, we propose to focus on the Bohemian coins, including Prague groschen of Wenceslas IV, Vladislaus II and Ferdinand I, small coins of Vladislaus II, Louis II and Ferdinand I, Krnov groschen of Matthias Corvinus and hellers of the Kłodzko county. We move on to present Polish coins from the deposit – half-groschen of Jogaila, Casimir IV, John I and Sigismund I. All of these coins were tested using the XRF method, selected specimens also using the hydrostatic weighing method. In total, we will present the typological division and the elemental composition of approximately 1750 coins from the Dębrznik hoard.