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1 grosz POLAND (from 2013)

1 grosz from 2013 - Polish coins
1 grosz from 2013 - coins of Poland
diameter: weight: thickness: alloy:
15.5 mm 1.64 g 1.35 mm steel CuZn-plated
obverse:
in the coin centre crowned eagle - Polish Coat of Arms; along the bottom edge in two lines: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA / and year of issue (Republic of Poland)
reverse:
in the coin centre in two lines face value: 1 / GROSZ; above an oak branch with one leaf hanging right
edge:
reeded
issue date:
3 III 2014
withdrawal date:
circulating
designer:
Sebastian Mikołajczak, Ewa Tyc-Karpińska
mint:
mint mark of the Royal Mint Llantrisant The Royal Mint, Llantrisant, United Kingdom (mint mark on the obverse under eagle's left foot)
mintage:
2013 1 000 000
2014 333 924 900
2015 388 560 000
2016 266 011 103
interesting facts:
The production of coins of this type in brass has become too expensive and in 2013 the National Bank of Poland announced a tender for the production of coins of this denomination in cheaper steel only coated with brass. The tender ended on October 31, 2013 and it appeared that The Royal Mint of Great Britain proposed the lowest price and won the contract for the supply of grosz coins from April 2014 to December 2016. The first coins of steel indeed appeared in circulation in March 2014 and are gradually replacing the brass coins, whose production ended.

Coins with year of issue 2013 were a pilot batch destined for producers of vending machines. Unused coins of this batch were released into circulation in November 2014.
last update: 12 III 2017

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