The Czech National Bank
of 15 July. August 2001
on the issue of gold coins "Early Gothic monastery in vyšší Brod" after 2 000
The Czech National Bank provides under section 22 (b). and no. 6) Act/1993 Coll., on the
The Czech National Bank:
(1) on 26 February 2000. September 2001 in the framework of the cycle "ten centuries of architecture"
issued gold coins "Early Gothic monastery in vyšší Brod" after 2 000
(Hereinafter referred to as "coins").
(2) the coins to be issued in the current implementation, and in particular the implementation of the specified
for collector's purposes with the polished coins field and Matt relief (
the only "special").
(3) a coin made of gold of fineness of 999.9. The weight of the coins is 6.22 g,
the diameter of 20 mm and thickness 1.4 mm. The edge of the coin in the current implementation is
milled, the 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 power of 0.15 mm. weight tolerance up 0.062 g and
the purity of gold up in the 0.01% deviation.
(1) on the front is in the top half of the coin free composition
stylized heraldic animal of the great State emblem of the Czech
of the Republic. The Czech lion is in the middle between the Moravian Eagle (left) and
Silesian Eagle (right) and is placed above both of the Eagle. Below it is
located in one line the name of the State, "the CZECH REPUBLIC". Under the name of the State
It is in the lower half of the coin a fragment of the kružby Gothic round
the window, to which the Center ornament is incorporated in two lines
the indication of the nominal value of the coin is the abbreviation of monetary units "2000
CZK ". The mint mark, the coin was coined, is placed in the Middle
the ornament in the lower half of the kružby fragment. In the unsealed transcript when
the bottom edge of the coin is the text "TEN CENTURIES of ARCHITECTURE".
(2) on the reverse side is the sculptural theme one of the transcript of the images of the
the cycle of master vyšebrodského of the altar of the Nativity, where it is displayed
the most significant monastery fundátor Vok of Rožmberk with the model of the monastery
the hands. The main theme of the coin added pětilistá rožmberská roses and
the year "2001", indicating the year of mintage, located below above
a model of the monastery. When the upper edge of the coin is a copy of an unclosed "EARLY
GOTHIC ", at the bottom of the coin also open a copy of the" HIGHER MONASTERY
BROD ". The author of the design of the coin is an academic sculptor Michal Vitanovský.
The initials of his name "MV", United in the form of stylized heart, are
at the right edge of the coins in the middle.
This Decree shall take effect on the date of 26. September 2001.
doc. Ing. Tůma, CSc., in r.