Zloty (plural: Zloties) is the Polish currency unit. The Polish spelling is złoty - literally meaning a gold (piece).
The 1 zloty coin.
The zloty was introduced in 1924 after hyperinflation and monetary chaos of the years after World War I. It replaced the Polish Mark which was in use since 1919. Denomination: 1 zloty = 100 groszy = 0.1687 grams of gold; 1 zloty = 1 800 000 Polish Marks.