On The Issue Of Commemorative Coins 2 500 Czk

Original Language Title: o vydání pamětních 2 500 Kč mincí

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=57715&nr=163~2F2004~20Sb.&ft=txt

163/2004 Sb.



DECREE



of 5 April 2004. March 2004



on the issue of commemorative £ 2 500 coins with a Golden Centre and silver

mezikružím to the entry of the Czech Republic to the European Union



The Czech National Bank establishes, pursuant to section 22 (b). and) Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the

The Czech National Bank:



§ 1



(1) The accession of the Czech Republic to the European Union shall be issued a commemorative 2

500 coin with a Golden Centre and silver mezikružím (hereinafter referred to as

"coins").



(2) the coins to be issued in a special design for collectors

purposes with Matt and polished Sterling box and Matt embossing

the outer ring.



(3) the center of the coin of gold of 999.9 purity, the outer ring made of silver

of a fineness 999. The total weight of the coin is the g, its 31.104 40 mm diameter and

its strength in the middle and outer 2.8 mm. weight middle is gold

7.776 g, diameter 16 mm. The edge of the coin is smooth with a frieze of "CZECH NATIONAL BANK * Ag .999 *

23.328 Au 999.9 * g * g * "7.776. During the excavation of the coin is the allowable deviation

on average, the Center and the outer ring of 0.1 mm and in the power of the middle and outer ring of 0.25

mm. weight of gold is a tolerance of 1.5%, up in weight

Silver up 1% variance in the purity of gold up 0.01% deviation and

the purity of silver up 1% of the variance.



§ 2



(1) on the obverse of the coin is in the middle of the designation of the nominal value of the coin

the acronym of the monetary units "-$ 2500". In the ring when its inner edge of

is 12 mullets symbolize the European Union. Around the middle of the

the coin is highlighted the thin inner edge of the outer ring. When the upper outer

the edge of the outer ring is the name of a State in an unsealed copy of the "Czech Republic" and

underneath the loose grouping of heraldic animals of a large State emblem

Of the Czech Republic. Moravian Eagle (left), Czech lion (middle) and

Silesian Eagle (right) are located in the čvrtkruhu, divided into three

fields, between the State and the Centre of the coin. At the right, bottom and left

the edge of the coins are placed in a circle, while the generic and coat of arms

corresponding to the historical development of Czech statehood, from right to left

Přemyslid family, family, family of Luxembourg

Of the Jagiellonian dynasty, the Habsburgs, the character trait of the genus of Habsburg-Lorraine,

a small coat of arms of the Czechoslovak Republic, a small coat of arms

Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the character of the Czechoslovak Socialist

Republic and the small national coat of arms of the Czech Republic. At the bottom of the annulus

It is between the center of the coin and the character of the genus of Habsburg-Lorraine brand

Mint, the coin was coined.



(2) on the reverse of the coin is in the middle of the date of receipt of the Czech Republic

The European Union "1. 5.2004 "and in a circle at its inner edge of 12

mullets symbolize the European Union. Around the Centre of the coin

highlighted the thin inner edge of the outer ring. When the bottom outer edge of the

the outer ring is a three-line while a copy of the text of the "ACCESSION of the CZECH

REPUBLIC TO THE EUROPEAN UNION ". When the left, top and right sides of the coin

are placed in a circle, while the years 623, 863, 995, 1212, 1306,

1348, 1415, 1526, 1620, 1848, 1918, 1938, 1945, 1948, 1968, 1989 and

1993, related to the history of the Czech statehood. In the upper part of the outer ring

are between the center of the coin and the year "1620" placed a stylized

associated with the letters ' FZ ', the initials of the author of the creative design of the coin,

the academic sculptor Zdeněk Fojtů.



§ 3



This Decree shall enter into force on 28 January 2006. April 2004.



Governor:



doc. Ing. Tůma, CSc. v. r.