Polish Mint

Polish Mint

An organization in Poland that issues legal tender coins and banknotes for general use. It was established in 1994 and is the only publicly-traded mint in the world. It is located in Warsaw.
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The polishing was performed using polishing disk, polishing points and cups (Jiffy Polishers and Jiffy HiShine; Ultradent, South Jordan, UT, USA) and diamond polishing paste (Diamond Polish Mint; Ultradent, South Jordan, UT, USA) (Figure 5).
A 10 zlotych silver coin won the Most Inspirational Coin category for the Polish Mint. This coin honoured the birth of Jan Karski, who smuggled evidence of the Holocaust to the Allies in a hollow key.
In 2006, Metallic Security produced a series of holographic coins for the Polish National Bank in co-operation with the Polish mint (Mennica Polska).
Contract award notice: The service organization of a study tour for students and teachers to the company Mango in Nadarzyn near Warsaw., The Copernicus Center in Warsaw and the Polish Mint in Warsaw as part of the project under the name "Opole vocational education closer to the labor market".