Eagle in laurel wreath

Fischer 182-192 | Michel 201-211 | Scott 215-225 | Year of issue 1924 | Pre-war Poland

The hyperinflation of after war years was overcome with introduction of a new currency. The old Fenigów and Marek are now replaced by Groszy and Złoty. 1 Złoty = 100 Groszy = 0.1687 grams of gold (złoty means "golden").

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Eagle in laurel wreath

Glossary

The eagle is the coat of arms of Poland.
Inflation is a continuing rise in prices.

Relevant pages

Port Gdańsk overprints (Fischer 1-11)
Find other Polish stamps depicting the Polish eagle

Weblinks
Coat of arms of Poland
Laurel
Inflation
Złoty and Groszy