Third Zloty(redirected from Third Polish Zloty)
The former currency of Poland. It was issued in 1950. For most of its history, it was an inconvertible currency because Poland was under Communist rule, and its exchange rate was set by the government. In 1990, it became a convertible currency. It was redenominated and replaced by the fourth zloty in 1995.
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