Polish gold is becoming increasingly seen in pawnbrokers and gold dealers across the UK as the ebb and flow of economic migration continues. A polish gold hallmark is a simplified version of the traditional Polish coat of arms symbol used in Poland since the 10th century with an additional X below it.
It is worth noting that various version of the “white Eagle” have been adopted as Poland’s coat of arms over the centuries and depending on the particular stamp of the hallmark this may be an additional but no means reliable way of verifying a particularly old piece of jewellery.
- 18ct Gold Hallmarks
- Austrian Gold Hallmarks
- Czech Republic Gold Hallmarks
- Dating Gold Hallmarks
- Early Gold & Hallmarks
- Gold Hallmarks – Shapes – Purity & Dates
- Gold Hallmarks – The Assay Office Hallmarks
- How to find a Hallmark?
- How to identify a gold hallmark
- How to identify Gold Hallmarks & Gold Jewellery
- How to read a Gold Hallmark
- Identifying Gold Hallmarks
- Indian Gold Hallmark
- Netherlands & Dutch Gold Hallmarks
- Polish Gold Hallmarks
- Purity Testing for Gold
- Swiss Gold Hallmarks