The Issuance Of The Commemorative Silver Coin

Original Language Title: the issuance of commemorative silver coin

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150/1999 Coll. DECREE of the Czech National Bank of 25 June 1999 on the issuance of the commemorative silver coin for the 200th anniversary of the Academy of Fine Arts, the Czech National Bank pursuant to § 22 of this letter. and well) Law 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank: § 1 (1) The 200th anniversary of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and the commemorative silver coin issued (hereinafter "The coin"). (2) The coin is issued in the normal version and a special version intended for collecting purposes with a polished field and and matt relief coin (hereinafter referred to it as "special design"). (3) The coin in the normal and specific embodiment are punched from an alloy containing 900 parts silver and copper 100 parts. The weight of the coin is 13 (g), and diameter of 31 mm and 2.40 mm strength. The edge of the coin in everyday design is knurled edge of the coin is plain with a frieze of "CZECH NATIONAL BANK * Ag * 13 * 0.900 g". During the excavation of the coin in common and specific embodiment, the foreseen deviation aggregate column in diameter of 0.1 mm and a thickness of 0.15 mm. The weight tolerance of up 0.26 g and the silver content of a 1% deviation aggregate column upwards. section 2 (1) The obverse features of the coin features a stylized large national emblem of the Czech Republic placed into an abstract pattern replacing shield national emblem. The name of the state "CZECH REPUBLIC" is unclosed at the edges of the coin. The denomination "200" is located to the left of the national emblem of the extended line that separates the upper part of the national emblem of the lower part, the currency "GBP" is located below this line. Mintmark, which minted the coin, the inscription of the name of the country between the letters "R" and "E". (2) On the reverse of the coin features an abstract art composition inspired by the image of Frantisek Kupka dichroic fugue. The name of the school "ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS" is a copy at the edges of the coin. The copy at the bottom of the left punctuate the years 1799-1999 ". The coin was designed by Luke Rudolf. The initial of his surname "R" is placed in the upper right part of the coin between art composition and copy. section 3 of This Decree shall take effect on 1 September 1999. Governor: pp Ing. Old man. VR Governor