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  1. The złoty (Polish: ; sign: zł; code: PLN) is the official currency and legal tender of Poland. It is subdivided into 100 grosz (gr). The widely recognised English form of the currency name is the Polish zloty. It is the most traded currency in Central Europe and ranks 22nd in the foreign exchange market.

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  2. Flag of Poland, badge of the Polish Military Organization. 50,000. August 31, 2018. 19 zł. 150 x 77 mm. Ignacy Jan Paderewski and a stylized image of the Order of the White Eagle; word niepodległa (“independent”) Current headquarters of the Polish Security Printing Works. 55,000. October 2, 2019.

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    In English, this word is spelled zloty in most dictionaries, with a regular English L. I think we should use the English spelling of the currency in the English Wikipedia, and not the Polish-language spelling.-- (talk) 20:22, 23 April 2010 (UTC)

    24 Groschen = 1 Taler
    100 Groszy = 1 Zloty Böri (talk) 14:27, 15 February 2012 (UTC)
    100 Halerzy = 1 Korona Böri (talk) 10:39, 16 February 2012 (UTC)

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    The article says in its lead section that in English the word for the unit is zloty (with plural zloty or zlotys); but the Polish form złoty (and the plural złotych) occurs far more frequently in the body of the article, and also in the title. This is the English-language Wikipedia. If the use of the Polish forms in English is correct, the article should not say otherwise. If it isn't, I think they should all be changed, starting by renaming the article. -- (talk) 05:24, 9 March 2016 (UTC) —= I think it should all be changed to zloty, as this is the English term see wiktionary. According to MOS:FOREIGN usage of zloty is correct and złoty is not. Corn Kernel (talk) 08:37, 17 April 2020 (UTC)

    I am going to correct it. By the way, the artivle is in the process of expansion, but some data might be controversial, dubious, contradictional etc. Let anyone please put the templates that signify it is not in the style of Wikipedia. Please direct all the notes on my talk page.Best wishes,Ukraroad, 7:14, 17 Mar 2016(UTC)

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    The following Wikimedia Commons file used on this page has been nominated for deletion: 1. Common Polish zloty banknotes.jpg Participate in the deletion discussion at the nomination page. —Community Tech bot (talk) 12:21, 28 February 2019 (UTC)

    Under the section "Future of złoty", it states that, "... so it was considered unlikely that Poland would adopt the euro before 2019. "It is no longer 2019, and I don't know how to change the date, because just changing it to 2021 could be factually inaccurate. What should be done about this? ItsDaBunnyYT (talk) 19:56, 17 January 2020 (UTC)

  3. The 10 Polish Złotych note is the lowest value złoty banknote and has been used since the redenomination of the złoty in 1995. The note is used as the sole currency in Poland, a country with a population of about 38 million. It is the smallest note, measuring 120×60mm with a dark brown and green colour scheme. The ten złotych note features a portrait of Duke Mieszko I in the obverse centre area, while the reverse depicts a denar, a silver coin from Mieszko I's reign. The banknote is ...

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  4. v. t. e. The history of Poland ( Polish: Historia Polski) spans over a thousand years, from medieval tribes, Christianization and monarchy; through Poland's Golden Age, expansionism and becoming one of the largest European powers; to its collapse and partitions, two world wars, communism, and the restoration of democracy .

  5. 100 Marek Polskich 1919 (100 Polish mark) 10 groszy 1924 (Polish zloty) 5 złotych polskich 1930 (Polish zloty) 2 złote polskie 1936 (Polish zloty) 50 marek - getto łódzkie (50 mark from Jewish ghetto in Łódź) 1 złoty 1940, (currency unit from 1940 in Polish territory) 5 złotych 1940. 20 złotych 1940. 50 złotych 1940.

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    The Złoty Polski ( metonymically derived from the Polish adjective złoty ("the golden one") and the noun złoto ("gold") to Złoty meaning "the golden coin", "the golden money"; similar to the German, where the noun guilders on gold back) was a currency of the Kingdom of Poland from the 14th to the 19th centuries.

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