0 Euro Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II in Częstochowa

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Denomination
0 €
Country
Poland
Size
135 x 74 mm
Mintage
4000 pcs
Date of issue
2020-10
Accessories
Issue Folder
Series
0 euro
Price: 79.00 PLN
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Polish issue of a 0 euro note! A unique 0 euro banknote dedicated to the Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II. Attention! A maximum of 2 pieces of banknote per person can be purchased!

The 0 Euro Souvenir banknote is a project that was launched in France in 2015 and has spread across Europe. The banknote is made from 100% cotton paper, which is used to produce the original euro banknotes. It contains a number of anti-counterfeiting features, including a hologram, watermark, microprinting, UV protection elements, etc.

Museum of Coins and Medals of John Paul II in Częstochowa - a private museum, established in August 2011 on the initiative of Krzysztof Witkowski, a businessman and philanthropist from Częstochowa. A particularly important role in the Museum is played by the way the collections are exhibited - e.g. unconventional lighting of the collection consisting of over fifty thousand light points. The establishment of the Museum in Częstochowa is symbolic and refers to the great tradition of pilgrimage for which Częstochowa is famous all over the world. The museum's collections mainly include coins and medals with the image of Pope John Paul II. It is believed to be the largest collection of its kind in the world. The numismatic collections are supplemented with postage stamps with the image of John Paul II and replicas of liturgical objects and the Pope's clothing. The total number of exhibits is estimated at approximately 11,000 items.

The circulation: 4,000 units

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