We present you a set of banknotes "Polish Cities". A series that never made it into circulation.
The presented banknotes were designed and printed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Around that time the decision was made to redenominate the zloty, which required production of a new series of banknotes, as it had become necessary to adjust the denomination structure of the currency and the features on the banknotes. For technical reasons, the manufactured banknotes were not put into circulation, and so the banknotes of the series presented in the album are not (and have never been) legal tender in the Republic of Poland.
The album featuring the banknotes of the "Polish Cities" series comprises nine original banknotes with face values of PLN 1, PLN 2, PLN 5, PLN 10, PLN 20, PLN 50, PLN 100, PLN 200 and PLN 500.
The banknote depict details of architecture, monuments and symbols representing Polish cities - Gdynia, Katowice, Zamość, Warsaw, Gdańsk, Wrocław, Poznań, Kraków and Gniezno. The banknotes from the series "Polish Cities" were designed by Waldemar Andrzejewski (1934-1993) - graphic artist, cartoonist, posters author. Author of illustrations of children's books.
Dimensions of the album: 205 x 115 mm
Without description: uncirculated