The Polish Zloty (PLN) is the currency of the Republic of Poland since 1995, replacing the Old Polish Zloty (PLZ) at a rate of 10,000 Old Zloty for 1 new Zloty. ‘Zloty’ means ‘golden’. The name ‘zloty’ was originally used for a gold coin introduced in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 16th century.
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10 Polish Zloty banknote (Prince Mieszko I)
20 Polish Zloty banknote (King Boleslaw I Chrobry)
50 Polish Zloty banknote (King Kazimierz III Wielki)
100 Polish Zloty banknote (Wladyslaw II Jagiello)
200 Polish Zloty banknote (King Zygmunt I)
500 Polish Zloty banknote (King John III Sobieski)