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Polish banknotes - 50 złoty note 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: Highlander - Man from Zakopane area in national costume and ornament in floral style.
Reverse: Mountain landscape with view of lake - Marine Eye Lake in the Tatra Mountains of 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 portrait of the beautiful girl in a headscarf.
 Prevailing colour - green; Format 163 x 80 mm.
Graphic artist - French painter and engraver Clément Serveau 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.

Zakopane is a resort town in the Tatra Mountains - alpine type paradise.
Zakopane is visited by over 250,000 tourists a year. In the winter, tourists are drawn to Zakopane for its excellent conditions for winter sports: alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and ski jumping. In the summer, tourists come to enjoy hiking, climbing and spelunking.

Morskie Oko "Marine Eye" is the largest lake in the Tatra mountains, located in the Valley of the Fish in the pipeline at the foot of Mięguszowieckich Peak, at an altitude of 1395 m AMSL.

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

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