Poland announces commemorative 20-zlotych note

The Narodowy Bank Polski (National Bank of Poland) has announced that on 12 April 2016 a new commemorative banknote will be issued to the public. The note which was announced in August last year features an image of King Miezko I and commemorates the fact that it's 1,050 years ago when King Miezko I was baptized in 966 AD. This was the beginning of the Christening of Poland. 

From the website:

  • Designer: Krystian Michalczuk
  • Engravers: Krystian Michalczuk, Przemyslaw Krajewski
  • Face value: 20 zlotych
  • Dimensions: 144 x 77 mm
  • Volume: up to 35,000 pcs

The banknotes were manufactured by the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW S.A.).

Steven Friday 18 March 2016 at 3:44 pm | | news
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Notes of India

OH MY GOD. These currencies are fabulous.

Notes of India, (Email ) (URL) - 18-04-’16 11:40
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