The Issuance Of The Commemorative Silver Coin

Original Language Title: the issuance of commemorative silver coin

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Read the untranslated law here: https://portal.gov.cz/app/zakony/download?idBiblio=47580&nr=35~2F1999~20Sb.&ft=txt

35/1999 Coll. DECREE of the Czech National Bank of 29 January 1999 on the issue of the commemorative silver coin to mark the 50th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Czech National Bank pursuant to § 22 of this letter. and well) Law 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank: § 1 (1) of the 50th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) are issued commemorative silver coin (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 is smooth. On the edge of the coin in everyday design is a frieze of "CZECH REPUBLIC-NATO countries-1999-" on the edge of the coin in a particular embodiment, the 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 without a shield, and underneath the name of the state "CZECH REPUBLIC". The monetary unit of denomination and abbreviated "CZK 200" is arranged in two rows under the name of the state. Mintmark, which minted the coin, the lower right side with stylized national emblem. (2) On the reverse of the coin shows a representation of the sculpture standing in front of NATO in Brussels with embedded dates "1949" and "1999". At the edges of the coin is enclosed the copy of "NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION". The coin was designed by sculptor George Harcuba. The initial of his surname "H" is placed in the middle of the lower part of figure sculpture. section 3 of This Decree shall take effect on 24 March 1999. Governor: doc. Ing. Tošovský vr