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National Bank of Poland issued commemorative silver coins of £10.

The 100th anniversary of the Polish Bank has been celebrated by issuing commemorative silver coins of £ 10 by the National Bank of Poland. When Paderewski and minister of mail and telegraph Hubert Linde signed a decree by which the postal savings money was created, thus the story of the bank began on February 7, 1919. Since the beginning, the institution has been actively participating in the social and economic transformations of Poland. The rise of the port and city of Gdynia or the central industrial is the largest polish universal bank.

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