We have decided to devote this day to collectors of coins from the Polish People’s Republic and the Third Republic of Poland. These coins will be extremely rare and sought after by fans of pattern coins, so we encourage every lover of these coins to set a reminder, as such coins may not appear in trade for a long time
Today we are taking a closer look at three copper-nickel coins:
– 10 zlotys 1964 Kazimierz the Great with a raised inscription a rehearsal, a variety with 180 teeth in the edge, minted in a mintage of only 24 copies!
– 10 zlotys 1965 of the 7th century Warsaw (Zygmunt’s Column), the coin stamped with the stamps described by Parchimowicz under the number P255.b, however, on a disc of significantly higher weight. The circulation according to the Mint is 24 copies, and according to the National Bank of Poland – 200 copies.
– 10 zlotys 1965 of the 7th century Warsaw (Nike), the coin minted in a mintage of 20 copies!
All coins are in near-skirmish stocks and were minted in very low mintage. This is a good opportunity for an overdue holiday gift, which will be available on January 8!
When it comes to the coins of the Polish People’s Republic, there will also be 200 zlotys 1986 John Paul II, stamped with a mirror stamp (in the very high note NGC MS69!), While the coins of the Third Republic of Poland have a very effective destruct of Solidarity created by eccentric minting. A clear and effective offset for such large machine-minted coins is by far a rare drawback (MS66).
We strongly recommend and invite you to familiarize yourself with the entire offer of coins from the Polish People’s Republic and the Third Republic of Poland