Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a portrait of the Catholic priest Jerzy Popiełuszko. The figure is depicted in black on a white background. In the margins, registration marks can be seen for creating multiples of this image and in the lower right are the handwritten in pencil words, kolor czarny (drugi), color black, second.
Postage stamps used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting churches in the once Polish town of Lwowa, Poland, now L'viv, Ukraine. The background is silver with black depictions for the church structures and the crest. The words, Poczta Solidarność [Solidarity Stamp], are in red at the bottom of each stamp.
Stamps used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s. On the left side of each of the four, a man's face is depicted in black. On the right side a number, 40 PRL, 30 PRL, 20 PRL, and 10, 40 LAT PRL, a red line aligns each stamp and forms a unified design that depicts a plummeting red mark.
Lottery ticket used during the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s. Four tickets, each stamped with a number in purple, depict a pencil, broken on one end in the center of the ticket. The Polish Solidarity logo is in the lower right hand corner.
Postage stamp depicting a young female in the center. At the top of the stamp are the letters RTPD and in the lower section, the denomination of the stamp, 20 złoty. The stamp is printed in all blue on a cream paper.
Postcard used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting best wishes for the year 1987. The words wesolego 1987 zyczy solidarność ciagle młody are in red on a brownish tan background. The year, 1987, is depicted with people forming the shapes of the numbers.
Poster used in the Polish Solidarity movement during the 1980s depicting a man with large ears, spectacles and spewing from his mouth. The words Zapluty karzeł reakcji are underneath the figure. The words and image are in black on a white ground.