Mar. 1, 1940

General Measures to Secure Jewish Property issued by the Head of Foreign Exchange [Germany / Occupied Poland]: “Article 2 – (1) Jews can only accept payments higher than 500 Zloty if they are paid in their favor into an account at a financial institution […]. (2) Jews can only acquire gold and other precious metals, unprocessed or processed, as well as scrap material of these metals, with permission of the exchange control office Krakow.  Krakow 1 March 1940 – The Head of Foreign Exchange in the office of the General- Governor, Tetzner.”
Yad Vashem Archives, the Weichert Collection, file no. 1, page 53. Translated by Franziska Wagener, Accessed on 2/1/2016