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Please be kindly informed that on 6 September 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 10 zł 125th Anniversary of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow.

On the reverse, centrally an image of a fragment of the facade of the building of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow with the dome and an outline of a further part of the building. Along the rim, a separated area with an inscription at the top: 125-LECIE DZIAŁALNOŚCI TEATRU (125th Anniversary), and at the bottom: IM. JULIUSZA SŁOWACKIEGO W KRAKOWIE (of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow).

The coin issue price is 140 PLN.

10 zł 125th Anniversary of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow

Please be kindly informed that on 31 August 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a collector banknote with the face value of 20 zł Independence.

The front on the right of the banknote, a stylised portrait of Józef Piłsudski, with the chin propped on his hand, in a military uniform and “maciejówka” cap. Below the portrait, a repeated inscription in microlettering: 20ZŁOTYCH. To the right of the portrait, perpendicularly – the inscription: DWADZIEŚCIA ZŁOTYCH (twenty złoty), in the lower part the badge of the Polish Military Organisation, in its background the year 1918, visible depending on the angle of view; in the bottom right corner, the number: 20. To the left of the portrait, the image of the Eagle established as the state emblem of the Republic of Poland and the inscription: NARODOWY / BANK / POLSKI. In the lower part, against the stylised cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta, the inscription: WARSZAWA / 13 LUTEGO 2018 R. (WARSAW / 13 February 2018); below it the inscription: PREZES (President), a signature and the inscription below: GŁÓWNY SKARBNIK (Chief Treasurer) and a signature. To the left of the inscriptions, perpendicularly, an inscription modelled on Józef Piłsudski's manuscript: niepodległa (independent Poland) in red. In the lower part, the text of Józef Piłsudski's cable announcing the rebirth of Poland. Below the portrait, on the left, the inscription: POLSKA / STULECIE ODZYSKANIA / NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI (Poland / 100th Anniversary of Regaining / Independence); on the right, the series designation and serial number, and the repeated inscription above the area: NIEPODLEGŁA (Independent Poland).

The back of the banknote centrally, a stylised flag of Poland, with stylised shadows partly filled with the repeated inscription: POLSKA 100-LECIE ODZYSKANIA NIEPODLEGŁOŚCI (Poland 100th Anniversary of Regaining Independence) forming circles, the number 20 and rosettes. On the left, the image of the Polish Legions’ eagle holding in its claws the Amazons' shield with the letter S; around the eagle, the inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA (Republic of Poland), the whole made up of the inscription: NARODOWY BANK POLSKI/20/NIEPODLEGŁOŚĆ (Independence). At the bottom, in a rectangular area, the inscription: Narodowy Bank Polski; before and after the inscription stylised floral motifs, with the year 1918 on the left, and the year 2018 on the right.

The collector banknote issue price is 75 PLN.

20 zł Independence

Please be kindly informed that on 22 August 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 10 zł 100th Anniversary of Stefan Batory Junior and Senior High School in Warsaw.

On the reverse centrally, an image of the building of Stefan Batory Junior and Senior High School in Warsaw. At the top, an inscription: ŁAMIEMY / ROZUMEM / WCIĄŻ NOWE / ZAPORY (“We keep / overcoming / new barriers / with our minds”), a verse from the school anthem. Along the bottom rim, a semi-circular inscription: 100-LECIE POWSTANIA GIMNAZJUM I LICEUM (100th Anniversary of the Junior and Senior High School) and an inscription below the building: IM. STEFANA BATOREGO / W WARSZAWIE (named after Stefan Batory / in Warsaw), below the inscription the graduates’ badge with a perpendicular inscription: 1918 and three teeth referring to the coat of arms of the Batory family against a separated area filled with the pattern of the polychromy from the school’s assembly hall.

The coin issue price is 120 PLN.

Batory

Please be kindly informed that on 14 August 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 10 zł We Poles, proud and free: 1918-2018.

On the reverse, centrally the images of the busts of woman and man using touch screens, on their left an inscription: MY POLACY (We Poles), on their right: DUMNI / I / WOLNI (proud / and / free). In the background, the outlines of the Royal Castle and the Belvedere Palace in Warsaw, stylized skyscrapers and images of the Order of the Polonia Restituta and the Order of the White Eagle; at the top, on the right a fragment of the inscription: SOLIDARNOŚĆ (Solidarity). In the lower part of the coin, on the left and on a separated area in the shape of a stylised fragment of a rectangle – an inscription: 1918 / 2018 and next to it, a 2D barcode and on its right, a graphic element inspired by it.

The coin issue price is 120 PLN.

My Polacy

Please be kindly informed that on 9 August 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 10 zł 760th Anniversary of the Kraków Shooting Society – the Brotherhood of the Rooster.

On the reverse, centrally the image of the Silver Rooster – the symbol of the Kraków Shooting Society “Brotherhood of the Rooster”. The rooster is flanked on the right by an inscription: 1257. In the background, on the rooster’s left, there is a fragment of the Celestat, i.e. the residence of the Brotherhood of the Rooster in Kraków; against the residence, an inscription: 760-LECIE (760th anniversary). Below the inscriptions, a separating line, and below it an inscription: TOWARZYSTWA STRZELECKIEGO / BRACTWO KURKOWE / W KRAKOWIE (of the Shooting Society / the Brotherhood of the Rooster / in Kraków.

The coin issue price is 150 PLN.

Bractwo

Information about the processing of personal data

Pursuant to Article 7 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (OJ L 119, 4.5.2016), hereinafter the “GDPR”, we kindly inform you that your personal data are processed by Narodowy Bank Polski with its registered office in Warsaw, at ul. Świętokrzyska 11/21, for the purpose of:

  1. performing a contract for the sale of a collector item i.e. investment gold, referred to in Article 121 of the Act of 11 March 2004 on Goods and Services Tax (as amended), concluded by you and NBP;
  2. necessary performance of the duties of Narodowy Bank Polski arising from Article 125 of the Act of 11 March 2004 on Goods and Services Tax
    (Journal of Laws of 2017, items 1221 and 2491 and of 2018, items 62 and 86);
  3. purchasing collector items documented with a VAT invoice;
  4. carrying out an order placed at the online shop;
  5. handling a complaint.

 

At the same time we inform you that:

  1. the personal data controller is Narodowy Bank Polski, with its registered office at ul. Świętokrzyska 11/21, 00-919 Warsaw.
  2. NBP ensures contact with the data protection officer at NBP by e-mail at the address iod@nbp.pl or by mail at the address of the personal data controller. Detailed information concerning the data protection officer is available on the website: www. nbp.pl/RODO and in a publicly accessible location at the seat of Narodowy Bank Polski.
  3. Your submission of personal data is a condition for:

            1) purchasing – at NBP – gold coins referred to in § 1 para. 3 of Resolution No. 43/2013[1];

            2) purchasing collector items documented with a VAT invoice;

            3) carrying out an order placed at the online shop;

            4) handling a complaint.

     4. NBP does not use the personal data provided by you for automated individual decision-making, including profiling.

     5. You are responsible for the correctness of the personal data provided.

     6. You have:

       1) the right to request access to your personal data;

       2) the right of modification of your personal data, including their rectification;

       3) the right of erasure or to request restriction of processing of your personal data by NBP;

       4) the right to object to your personal data processing by NBP;

       5) the right to request that NBP provides you with  your personal data made available to NBP in order to be transferred to another service provider;

       6) the right to withdraw consent to your personal data processing by NBP.

   7. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority: the President of the Office for the Protection of Personal Data: ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw.

   8. Your personal data will be stored for a period of 5 years from the end of the year in which they were collected.

   9. In order to exercise the right determined in para. 3, please send your request at personal data controller.



[1] Resolution No. 43/2013 of the Management Board of Narodowy Bank Polski  5 December 2013 on the terms and conditions of sale by Narodowy Bank Polski of coins, banknotes, and numismatic items for collection and other purposes “Monitor Polski” (M.P. of 2017, items 13 and 647)

Please be kindly informed that on 12 July 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 20 zł History of Polish Coin, boratynka and tymf of John Casimir Vasa.

On the reverse on the left, a stylised image of the szeląg (shilling) with an image of the bust of John Casimir Vasa in laurel wreath, facing right; on the left, a semi-circular inscription: IOAN·, on the right, an inscription: CAS·REX and, in the lower part, an inscription: T·L·B. At the bottom, on the right, partially covered by the image of the shilling is a fragment of a stylised obverse of the tymf with the monogram: ICR below the crown, surrounding the monogram, in two circles there are partially visible inscriptions: DAT:PRETIVM:SERVATA:SALVS / POTIORQ3· METALLO EST.

The coin issue price is 180 PLN.

boratynka

Please be kindly informed that on 5 June 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski has been put into circulation a silver coin with the face value of 20 zł The Polish Thermopylae – Hodów.

On the reverse on the left, a fragment of the image of a hussar on horseback, in full armour, wearing a leopard pelt, holding a wheel-lock arquebus, against the background of a rough drawing depicting the fortifications of the Holy Trinity Trenches. At the top, on the right, the inscription: HODÓW; along the right edge, a semi-circular inscription: 11 CZERWCA (JUNE) 1694.

The coin issue price is 180 PLN.

Hodów


“In 2018 Narodowy Bank Polski will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence with the issue of special anniversary coins and a collector banknote. The first of these is the commemorative circulation coin with the face value of 5 złoty, which will carry the inscription: “100th Anniversary of Regaining Independence by Poland”. The coin will be issued with a symbolic mintage of up to 38,424,000 pieces so that it will reach every Pole,” writes Prof. Adam Glapiński in the issue booklet.

The President of Narodowy Bank Polski emphasises: “The year 1918 was special for us. The dream of freedom became a reality. It would not have been possible if it had not been for the consistent activities of many generations of Poles, who with faith in the future fought in uprisings, nurtured Polish culture, and worked for the common good of the nation in order to achieve the desired goal. On 11 November 1918 everything changed. We opened a new chapter in the history of our nation. We began building a new Poland. One of the priorities of the newly-independent state was to have its own currency, and the Polish ZŁOTY was soon to become a tangible sign of this.”   

“By issuing this coin, we express our deepest respect for all the great-hearted people who, by their attitude, contributed to the fact that today we enjoy a sovereign Republic. We Poles,” adds Prof. Adam Glapiński, the originator of the idea for the coin.

 5 zł

More information about the coin can be found in the issue booklet. The coins are available in the NBP regional branches.

 

NBP holds the exclusive rights to issue Polish currency.

Narodowy Bank Polski holds the exclusive right to issue the currency of the Republic of Poland, including collector coins and banknotes. All coins and banknotes issued by NBP are legal tender in Poland. Issuing collector items is an occasion to commemorate important historic figures and anniversaries, as well as to develop the interest of the public in Polish culture, science, and tradition.

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