Poland Gold Bald Eagle
- Gold fineness: .9999
- Denominations: 50, 100 and 200 Złotych
- Mint: National Bank of Poland (Narodowy Bank Polski)
- Tax status: No sales tax or VAT
The Poland Gold Bald Eagle coin was first minted in 1995 with a mintage of 3,000 coins. The coin continued to be issued every year until 2017 in different mintages except in the years 2001, 2003, 2005, 2010, and 2015. It is noncirculating coin that was launched in commemoration of the white-tailed eagle. It belongs to the gold coin series known as the Orzeł Bielik.
By belonging to the Orzeł Bielik series of gold coins, this means that the Poland Gold Bald Eagle has one of the finest gold purities in the bullion world at .9999. The coin has different face values of 50, 100 and 200 Złotych. The gross masses of these round-shaped coins are 3.10, 7.77575 and 15.5515 grams respectively. They have diameters of 18.00, 22.00, and 27.00 millimeters in that order.
Apart from the inscriptions of the value, the three denominations of the Poland Gold Bald Eagle have the same features. They all bear the image of the white-tailed bald eagle adorned with a crown, legs, talons wings, and tail-feather fully open wide in the middle. The eagle’s beak is also open and the head facing to the left. The inscription, “RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA” runs clockwise from the left-middle edge and towards the bottom-right corner. The year and face value are inscribed anticlockwise at the bottom of the coin.
The three denominations of the Poland Gold Bald Eagle have similar reverse features. For instance, the all have the image of the white-tailed eagle in rest mode facing to the left and taking up almost 75 percent of the reverse. The gold fineness value, “9999” is indicated to the right behind the lower back of the eagle. Right below the eagle, the texts, “1/10 UNCJI”, “1/4 UNCJI”, and “1/2 UNCJI” appear on the 50, 100, and 200 denominations. The inscription, “CZYSTEGO ZŁOTA” features commonly on all the denominations below the “UNCJI” text.
The Poland Gold Bald Eagle is exclusively issued by the National Bank of Poland (Narodowy Bank Polski). It is headquartered in Poland and was founded in 1945. Trading in the coins is free of sales tax or VAT.
Mint of Poland
|Country of Origin||
15.554 gm, 3.111 gm, 31.105 gm, 7.777 gm
|Pure Gold Content||
0.10 Troy oz, 0.25 Troy oz, 0.5 Troy oz, 1 Troy oz
18.00 mm, 22.00 mm, 27.00 mm, 32.00 mm
Gold Au 999.9
100 zł, 200 zł, 50 zł, 500 zł