of 20 December. July 2004
on the issue of gold coins "new gothic-castle" after the 2 000 CZK
The Czech National Bank establishes, pursuant to section 22 (b). and) Act No. 6/1993 Coll., on the
The Czech National Bank:
(1) on 8 July 2006. September 2004, within the framework of the cycle "ten centuries of architecture"
issued gold coins "new gothic-castle" after the 2 000 CZK (hereinafter referred to as
(2) the coins to be issued in the current implementation, and in the specific implementation of the specified
for collecting purposes with a polished and matte relief coin box (
(3) a coin made of gold of fineness of 999.9. The weight of the coins is 6.22 g
its 20 mm diameter and thickness 1.6 mm. The edge of the coin in the current implementation is
milled, edge of the coin in the specific implementation is smooth. During the excavation
coins in the ordinary and special design is the tolerance in diameter 0.1
mm and in the power of 0.15 mm. Weight is permitted deviation 0.062 g and up
in the purity of gold up 0.01% deviation.
(1) on the front of the coin is placed in the upper part of the composition
heraldic animals of a large coat of arms of the Czech Republic. In the middle of
is a Czech Lion, left Moravian and Silesian Eagle on the right. Under heraldickými
animals is the name of the State "Czech Republic" and below the detail of the cast iron
the construction of the porch wraps around the Orangery of the Castle. When you left,
the bottom and right edges of the coin in an unsealed copy of the name of the cycle "ten
Centuries of architecture "and the indication of the nominal value of the coin is
the acronym of the monetary unit "$ 100". The mint mark that coin
coined, is placed under the Czech lion.
(2) on the reverse of the coin depicts the façade of the castle of Hluboká is
the Schwarzenberg coat of arms with the jewels and the order of the Golden Fleece in the foreground. In
an unsealed copy of the edge of the coin is the text "NEW GOTHIC-Castle
DEEP-2004 ". The author of the creative design of the coin is an academic sculptor
Jiří Wreath, whose initials "jv" are located to the right of
the Schwarzenberg coat of arms over the year of mintage.
This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. September 2004.
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