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Convert your leftover current Polish Zloty banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Poland.
In 1994 the Polish Zloty was redenominated. The Fourth (new) Zloty (PLN) replaced the Third (old) Zloty (PLZ) at a rate of 10,000 old zloty to 1 new zloty. Issued by the Warsaw-based National Bank of Poland, the Polish zloty banknotes in use today have the same design but improved security features. All zloty banknotes issued since 1994 are a valid means of payment in Poland. We exchange these modern Polish Zloty notes free of charge. We also give cash for Polish Zloty coins and old Polish Zloty banknotes.
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10 Polish Zloty banknote (Prince Mieszko I)The note of dziesiec zlotych has the image of Prince Mieszko I of Poland. Text on the paper banknote reads ‘Narodowy Bank Polski’. The coin on the back of the 10 PLN note is a Medieval denar.You get: £1.503301 PLN = £0.1503300000
20 Polish Zloty banknote (King Boleslaw I Chrobry)This dwadziescia zlotych banknote portrays the image of Boleslaw I Chrobry, Duke of Poland. The paper note contains the words ‘Narodowy Bank Polski’.You get: £3.006601 PLN = £0.1503300000
50 Polish Zloty banknote (King Kazimierz III Wielki)The note of piecdziesiat zlotych portrays the image of Kazimierz III Wielki, King of Poland. Text on the paper banknote reads ‘Narodowy Bank Polski’.You get: £7.516501 PLN = £0.1503300000
100 Polish Zloty banknote (Wladyslaw II Jagiello)This 100 sto zlotych banknote shows Wladyslaw II, Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland. The words ‘Narodowy Bank Polski’ are printed on the paper note.You get: £15.033001 PLN = £0.1503300000
200 Polish Zloty banknote (King Zygmunt I)The banknote of two hundred Polish Zloty shows Zygmunt I, King of Poland. Text on the yellow colored paper note reads ‘Narodowy Bank Polski’ and ‘dwiescie zlotych’.You get: £30.066001 PLN = £0.1503300000
500 Polish Zloty banknote (King John III Sobieski)The highest denomination of Polish banknotes is the 500 Polish Zlotych note, featuring King Jan Sobieski III, monarch of Poland and Lithuania. The historic building on the back of the new 500 zlotych note is Wilanowski Palace in Warsaw.You get: £75.165001 PLN = £0.1503300000