Poland 100 Zlotych Banknote, 1988, P-143e.2, UNC, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

The T.A.P. Seal can only be found on authenticated banknotes encased in a collector grade mylar sleeve. The T.A.P. Seal serves as a promise that you are receiving authentic currency and is backed by the protection of Banknote World’s T.A.P. Promise.
  • Price:$9.99 USD
  • EachEa.
In stock (Only 5 left in stock)
In stock (Only 5 left in stock)
Discount Pricing (Per Each)
Quantity Credit Card
Any Quantity $9.99USD
Buy this note as RAW
Drop items here to shop
Product has been added to <a href="cart.php?target=cart">your cart</a>
  • Drag and drop me to the cart The product is unavailable in the catalog
    • Price:$2.99 USD
    • EachEa.
    Credit Card
    $2.99 USD Each
    $2.49 USD Each
    $1.99 USD Each
  • SKU:
  • Variety:
    TAP - UNC
    Varies from Stock Photo
Serial Number: Varies from Stock Photo
Verified Security Features:
  • Dimensions: 138 x 63 mm
  • Watermark: Eagle
  • Security Thread: No security thread

The Poland 100 Zlotych banknote was released by the National Bank of Poland in 1988 in a color combination of brown, red, and yellow. Featured on its obverse is the coat of arms of Poland depicting an eagle. The note also portrays socialist activist Ludwik Warynski. The reverse of the paper bill features the Proletariat flag. The note does not contain a security thread but bears a watermark that reflects an eagle. It is 138 x 63 mm in size and is signed by Zbigniew Warynski and Wladyslaw Baka. This particular paper bill is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

Customer reviews