Polskie pieniądze

zł. gr. d.
1 złoty = 30 groszy
1 grosz = 18 denarów
1 denar

In 1496 the Sejm approved the creation of a national currency. Its value was set at 30 Prague groschen, later converted to Polish grosz. The 30 grosz coin, złoty, became the Polish gulden.

Reichs-Müntze

fl. kr. dl.
1 Ducat [3.5 / 3.45 g Au] = 4 Gulden
1 Species Thaler = 2 Gulden
1 Reichsthaler = 90 Kreutzer
1 Gulden / fl. = 60 Kreutzer
= 240 Pfennige
1 Halber Gulden = 30 Kreutzer
1 Kopffstück = 20 Kreutzer
1 Ort (Fünffzehner) = 15 Kreutzer
1 Sechser = 6 Kreutzer
1 Halber Ort = 7½ Kreutzer
1 Zweyfache Landmüntze (Fünffer) = 5 Kreutzer
1 Batzen = 4 Kreutzer
1 Kayser-Groschen = 3 Kreutzer
1 Einfache Landmüntze = 2½ Kreutzer
1 Halber Batzen = 2 Kreutzer
1 Kreutzer / kr. = 4 Pfennige
1 Pfennig / dl. = 2 Heller
1 Heller

Accounting in Reichs-Gulden, Kreutzer and Pfennige was especially common in the southern German centres of trade.

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Exchange rate: Polish Guilders = Reichs-Gulden

Exchange Rate: 1 Polish Guilders = 2 Reichs-Gulden
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