Yes, "Jew with a Coin" Figurines are Anti-Semitic, and are a Disgrace to Poland
Some argue that Poland's infamous "Jew with a Coin" figurines are innocent and not at all anti-Semitic. Anyone who would make such an argument is either malicious or uninformed about anti-Semitic stereotypes. The association of Jews with money, as if such an association is an essential part of Jewish character, is a staple of anti-Semitic propaganda. See images, below.
This blog protests stereotyping of both Poles and Jews. Poles who protest stereotyping of Poles but not of Jews are exercising selective outrage, which is not an ethically coherent position, but mere chauvinism.