Country: Poland, Republic Of Poland
Currency: Polish zloty
Numeric code: 985
Alphabetic code: PLN
The Republic of Poland is located in the heart of Europe and consists of 16 provinces. The area of the country, more than 312 thousand square kilometers, inhabited Poland 38 million people.
In may 2004, the country participates in the European Union States, however, the official currency in Poland is still zloty (100 groszy). Catalogue coins of Poland consists of 1, 2 and 5 zloty, and the exchange is 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 pennies. The country also produces commemorative coins from PLN 10 to 1000. This money, along with common sense taken into account. But it makes no sense to spend because the value of the coins of Poland collectible specimen is above their purchasing power.
The name "zloty" (gold) appeared in the fifteenth century. So the poles called the Golden Ducat, which had then circulating in the country. Modern division of the zloty 100 groszy began in 1924. Before that it consisted of only 30 pence, and the zloty was 0.5 cops.
In 1950, the coins of all denominations were issued in aluminium. Subsequently, there were 10 zlotys from copper and Nickel in 1959, and 20 zlotys in 1979. 1975 brought the 2 and 5 zlotys from brass. But in 1989, the producers went back to aluminum.
Buy Polish coin 1990, denomination 50 and 100 zloty because released the batch of very small editions. The price of the coins of Poland, understandably, depends on the year of their release, but starts at around 1 dollar.
Third Republic (1990 - 2019)
Third Republic (Transition) (1990 - 1994)
People's Republic (1950 - 1990)
Republic (1949) (1949 - 1949)
Lodz Ghetto (1942 - 1943)
Second Republic (1919 - 1939)
Kingdom of Poland (1917 - 1918)
Free City of Cracow (1835 - 1835)
Congress Poland (1816 - 1864)
Duchy of Warsaw (1807 - 1815)
Stanisław August Poniatowski (1764 - 1795)
Augustus III (1734 - 1763)