Poland banknotes 20 Polish Złoty banknote of 1939

Poland currency money 20 Polish banknotes złoty zlotych
 20 Polish złoty banknote, Polish government-in-exile during World War II. 
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  Bank Polski 20 złotych 
Poland currency 20 Polish złoty banknote of 1939 (not issued). Bank Polski - Bank of Poland - Government of the Republic of Poland in exile during World War II.
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Obverse: Woman from Silesia in national costume.
Reverse: Power station of Łaziska - largest power station in Poland at those days.
Łaziska Power Station is a thermal power station in Łaziska Górneis a town in Silesia in southern Poland.
Legal notice: "Banknotes of Bank of Poland are legal tender in Poland" is the same for all banknotes printed for Polish government-in-exile during World War II.

Watermark: Profile of woman wearing headband.
Prevailing colour - dark blue; Format 153 x 75 mm.
Graphic artist - Edmund Dulac and vignettes by Włodzimierz Vacek.
Date of issue - August 15, 1939 (not issued).
Signatures: President - Vladislav Byrka, Executive Director - Leon Baranski, Chief Treasurer - John Orczykowski.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company Ltd., London England.

Poland banknotes - Poland paper money 15.08.1939
Polish government-in-exile, World War II

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