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Exhibits of bank notes issued by the Polish Bank in emigration
Name: Exhibits of bank notes issued by the Polish Bank in emigration
Description:

On 5th September 1939 the Bank of Poland emigrated through Romania and France, eventually to reach the United Kingdom. As early as December 1939, having arrived in Paris, its authorities took the decision to prepare a new issue of bank notes to be used in Poland after the war.

 
“M14” by Wojciech Fangor
Name: “M14” by Wojciech Fangor
Description:

The District Museum encourages visitors to see a painting by Wojciech Fangor that, made available by a private collector, has notably increased the museum’s collection of contemporary Polish painting.

 
1000 Zloty Bank Note
Name: 1000 Zloty Bank Note
Description:

As part of the celebration of the 1000th anniversary of the founding of Poland, the 1st of June 1966 saw the addition into circulation of a new bank note of the highest denomination (1000 zloty).

 
Light mortar used by Germany during World War II.
Name: Light mortar used by Germany during World War II.
Description:

Leichter Granatwerfer 36 (5cm) – light mortar used by Germany during World War II.

 
Arisaka Rifle
Name: Arisaka Rifle
Description:

This Japanese infantry rifle (type 38, calibre 6.5 mm) was designed in 1905. Around 3 million were manufactured and it formed the basic firearm for Japanese foot soldiers.

 
Emperor plaque from Kaisertafel, a Bismarck tower
Name: Emperor plaque from Kaisertafel, a Bismarck tower
Description:

This unique plaque, a gift from Wilhelm II, the Emperor of Germany, occupied a central location in the memorial hall of the Bydgoszcz Bismarck tower.

 
Acoustic gramophone
Name: Acoustic gramophone
Description:

This gramophone was manufactured by Gramophone Co. USA and assembled in Europe around the year 1908.

 
Viking sword from the 10th century
Name: Viking sword from the 10th century
Description:

It is probable that foreign mercenaries (mostly Normans) were employed by first rulers of the Piast dynasty. Such assumptions are confirmed by objects found in the graves of warriors from the 10th and 11th centuries (for example: in Pień in Dąbrowa Chełmińska gmina).





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