The amendment to the on the Protection of Monuments and the Guardianship of Monuments, which came into effect in 2010, totally changed the rules of exporting antiquities abroad.
Pursuant to the amended act, most antiquities exported from Poland do not need an export permit. The obligation to have such a document has been restricted to only those items which meet certain age and value criteria, or the age criterion alone (in the case of some categories of objects). All other antiquities may be exported without having to obtain a permit.
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