Poland new 10-złoty Piłsudski numismatic product (BNP813a) confirmed

On 3 November 2008, the National Bank of Poland introduced a new 10-zloty note to commemorate the 90th anniversary of regaining independence. 80,000 notes were packaged in a folder and sold for PLN15. The note was engraved by Maciej Kopecki.

BNP813 (P179): 10 złotych (US$2.50)

Pink and orange. Front: Polish text; Belweder Palace in Warsaw; coat of arms with crowned eagle; Commander Józef Klemens Piłsudski wearing military uniform. Back: Polish text; white eagle; Monument of the Heroic Deed of Polish Legions in Kielce. Solid security thread with microprinted 10 Zł. Watermark: Piłsudski and electrotype denomination. Printer: PWPW S.A. 138 x 69 mm. Paper.

a. 4 CZERWCA 2008. Sig. 15: Skrzypek/Nowosielska.
Prefix ON. Intro: 03.11.2008.

Courtesy of Krzysztof Czupryński, Rafal Nogowczyk, and Leszek Porowski.

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