The Czech National Bank
of 6 May 1999. May 1998
on the issue of commemorative silver dvousetkorun to 150. anniversary of the birth
The Czech National Bank establishes, pursuant to section 22 (b). and the law of the Czech national)
Council No 6/1993 Coll., on the Czech National Bank:
(1) To 150. anniversary of the birth of composer and Bandmaster František Kmoch,
be issued a commemorative silver dvousetkoruny (hereinafter referred to as "dvousetkoruna").
(2) the Dvousetkoruna shall be issued in the current implementation, and in the specific implementation of
specified for collecting purposes with a polished and matte relief coin box
(hereinafter referred to as "special version").
(3) Dvousetkoruna in the ordinary and special models with lead alloy
containing 900 parts silver and 100 parts of copper. Weight dvousetkoruny is
13 g, diameter 31 mm and power of 2.30 mm. dvousetkoruny Edge in the ordinary
the execution is milled, edge dvousetkoruny in a special design is
smooth with a frieze of "CZECH NATIONAL BANK * Ag * 0.900 13 g *". During the excavation
dvousetkoruny in normal and the specific implementation is permitted deviation in
diameter 0.1 mm and in the power of 0.15 mm. Weight is permitted deviation
0.26 g and up in silver content to the top 1% of the variance.
(1) on the obverse is located dvousetkoruny styled a large coat of arms
Of the Czech Republic. Under the national character is in line the name of the State, "the Czech
REPUBLIC ". Designation of face value of the coins is the acronym of cash
"$ 200" drive is located under the name of the State. The mint mark that
dvousetkorunu coined, is located at the bottom of the dvousetkoruny
in the Middle under the designation of face value of the coins is the acronym of cash
(2) on the back of dvousetkoruny's portrait of František Kmoch in uniform
Kmoch's music, played by period photographs. On the left under a portrait of
are placed in one row of the years ' 1848.1998 ', right in two
the lines of the name "FRANTIŠEK KMOCH". The author of the dvousetkoruny is
the academic sculptor Ladislav Kozak. His initials "L" are located under the
the first letter of the name "Philip K."
This Decree shall enter into force on 22 October 2005. July 1998.
in of Ing. Kysilka, CSc. v. r.