PWPW [19]

100th Anniversary of the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW)

Face value: 19 pln
Dimensions: 150 x 77 mm
Mintage: 55000 pcs
Date of issue: 2019-10-02
Issue price: 80 pln
Designer: Justyna Kopecka
The back side of the banknote carries the image of the PWPW building, presented against the backdrop of a panoramic view of contemporary Warsaw. Next to the image, there is the PWPW logo printed in the SPARK Live technology and an iridescent stripe, also visible under UV light, in the form of the number “19” and the abbreviation “NBP”, repeated alternately.
The front side of the banknote carries a portrait of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, and a stylized image of the Order of the White Eagle is presented next to the inscription “niepodległa” (“independent”). This inscription, reproduced from Józef Piłsudski’s manuscript, serves as the logo of the official celebrations of the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence. A special kind of latent image developed by PWPW, known as Umbra4Note, is incorporated into the image of a laurel branch symbolizing brotherhood and victory.

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100th Anniversary of the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW)

The Polish Security Printing Works (Polska Wytwórnia Papierów Wartościowych – PWPW) was established on 25 January 1919 pursuant to the decision of the Council of Ministers headed by Prime Minister Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Until 10 July 1926, it operated under the name State Graphics Works (Państwowe Zakłady Graficzne). The construction of a new building at Sanguszki Street in Warsaw began in the same year. It continues to serve as the headquarters of PWPW to this day.

The company’s history is inextricably linked to the history of the newly-reborn Polish state and the fate of its citizens. The years of the Second World War turned out to be a particularly challenging period. The PWPW building was seized by the Nazi occupiers, but still served ...

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