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Old Polish money banknotes - what's their value today?

DominicB - | 2,602    
11 Oct 2017  #331


It's totally worthless. Even if you could exchange it (you no longer can), it would have been worth only a nickle.

27 Jan 2018  #332

I have a 1922 Polska Krajowa Kasa Pozyczkowa 10000. Can anyone tell me what it is worth?
Dirk diggler 6 | 2,060    :-(
27 Jan 2018  #333

old notes from PRL are worthless for the most part. One's from the 20's can be worth $10-$20 if they're in good condition - more if its closer to Poland's formation. There's a few high note (100k zl plus) denominations that are collectible but not worth a whole lot ($20 for silver coin some featuring WW2 Warsaw Uprising or Pope John Paul II). The only old currency that's worth a significant amount $100, $500, $1k plus are old commonwealth ducats, old rare notes from banks (Bank of Danzig or currency from independent Warsaw, etc).
Njinyah - | 1    
20 Feb 2018  #334


Narodowy Bank Polski

hello.i have 10000 Narodowy Bank Polski.can some one tell me how much it will cost in USD and possibly how to get it email address is theodorenjinyah@gmail if you have any information. thanks
kaprys 1 | 1,051    
20 Feb 2018  #335

If that's the pinkish thing with Stanisław Wyspiański, then it's not worth much - literally one new złoty (so about 25 euro cents) or whatever someone is ready to pay for it.
terri 1 | 1,322    
21 Feb 2018  #336

Go on a Polish forum, similar to e-bay, (can't just think of the name now) and try and see what people are selling similar notes/coins at.

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