The National Bank of Poland will issue a new commemorative silver coin dedicated to the Polish football club Warta Poznań.
Founded in 1912, the club won Polish Football Championship two times (in 1929 and 1947), and currently reside in the Polish First League. The name means the Guard in Polish and it’s also the name of river Warta on which the city Poznań is located.
Alloy: Ag 925
Weight: 7,07 g
Mintage: up to 40,000
The Bank of Poland will issue on June 19th a new commemorative 2 zl coin in the Polish Ships series, dedicated to the Lublin Class Minelayer-landing Ship.
Diameter: 27,00 mm
Weight: 8,15 g
Mintage: up to 800000
The Lublin class (also know as Projekt 767) are minelayer-landing ships that were designed and built for the Polish Navy, being in service since 1989. Because of the Communism fall, only five of of the twelve planned ships were built, in the Northern Shipyard in Gdańsk. They can carry up to 9 T-72 tanks or 17 transport vehicles and 135 equipped troops. The ships were named after the chief cities of the Piast dynasty.
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The National Bank of Polland announced they will issue a new commemorative coin on June 20th, dedicated to Denarius of Boleslaw I the Brave. The coin is part of the History of Polish Coin series and has the face value of 5 zl.
Bolesław I was a Duke of Poland from 992–1025 and the first King of Poland from 18 April 1025 until his death in 1025. Bolesław I was a remarkable politician and strategist, turning Poland into a country that was not only comparable to older western monarchies, but also elevated it into the European elite.
Coin Technical Details:
Diameter: 24.00 mm
Weight: 7.0700 g
Material: Silver 0.9250
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