The national museum in Warsaw has an extensive collection of numismatic treasures which now number over 250,000 pieces.
The collection has been divided into seven thematic sections and includes both Polish and foreign coins and medals, as well as a collection of paper money and heraldic artifacts and tokens.
Scarbnica Narodowa has recently become a patron of the museum, supporting a number of exhibits from the museums extensive numismatic collections.
Adam Zielinski, Managing Director of Skarbnica Narodowa, was delighted to announce the cooperation with the National Museum in Warsaw, commenting that: "Skarbnica Narodowa is a distributor of coins and medals, particularly those which commemorate historic events. We look forward to being a patron of Numismatic Collections at the National Museum, which is an extraordinary archive covering historic events and exceptional moments."
Skarbnica Narodowa´s patronage and support will be recorded by the National Museum on information plaques alongside the numismatic collections.
Picture left: Skarbnica Narodowa exhibited the legendary 1933 Double Eagle gold coin in conjunction with the National Museum in Warsaw and the Smithsonian Institution in 2012.