To commemorate the 90th anniversary of regaining independence, the National Bank of Poland sold 80,000 new 10-złoty notes packaged in a folder for 15 złotych each beginning on 30 October 2008.
The front of this note depicts Commander Józef Piłsudski and the front façade of the Belweder Palace. The back contains the Emblem of the Polish Republic—the White Eagle—as designed in 1919, as well as the Monument of the Heroic Deed of Polish Legions in Kielce. This 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.
4 CZERWCA 2008. Sig. 15: Skrzypek/Nowosielska.
Prefix ON. 80,000 notes. Intro: 30.10.2008.
Courtesy of Krzysztof Czupryński, Rafal Nogowczyk, and Leszek Porowski.