Poland’s Central Bank, the Naradowy Bank Polski, will issue a new collector 20 zloty banknote on the 12th April 2016 to commemorate the 1050th anniversary of the Baptism of Poland.
The note, which was designed by Kristin Michalczuk and printed by the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW S.A.), contains several modern security features, including De La Rue 3D lens technology based security thread called Active™.
Other features include:
- Multi-tonal watermark
- Embossed, tactile feature for the visually impaired
- Latent image
- See through register
- Optically variable magnetic ink (OVMI) feature
- UV security designs
The banknote is made from a cotton paper substrate and is 144mm by 77mm in size.
The Central Bank has confirmed that there will be up to 35,000 banknotes available.
Image courtesy of the Naradowy Bank Polski.
De La Rue’s Active™ security thread