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10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von KME » 3. Dezember 2013 09:12

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10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von KME » 13. März 2014 10:21

MK hat geschrieben:Die goldene Sammlermünze im Wert von 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" in Proof-Qualität (Spiefelglanz)
Geplanter Ausgabetermin: Dezember 2015
Voraussichtlicher Preis: 330 – 350 Euro
Material: Ag 900/1000
Durchmesser: 26mm
Gewicht: 9.5g
MK hat geschrieben:Die silberne Sammlermünze im Wert von 10 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" in Proof-Qualität (Spiefelglanz)
Geplanter Ausgabetermin: März 2015
Voraussichtlicher Preis: 22 – 27 Euro
Material: Ag 900/1000
Durchmesser: 34mm
Gewicht: 18g
MK hat geschrieben: Die silberne Sammlermünze im Wert von 10 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" in BU-Qualität (Stempelglanz)
Geplanter Ausgabetermin: März 2015
Voraussichtlicher Preis: 17 – 22 Euro
Material: Ag 900/1000
Durchmesser: 34mm
Gewicht: 18g

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von KME » 2. April 2014 12:00

NBS hat geschrieben:Results of the public anonymous competition for the design of a 10-euro silver collector coin featuring the World Natural Heritage – Primeval beech forests of the Carpathians
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In December 2013 Národná banka Slovenska (NBS) announced a public anonymous competition for the design of a 10-euro silver collector coin featuring the World Natural Heritage - Primeval beech forests of the Carpathians. This unique site spanning the Slovak-Ukrainian border, together with the Ancient Beech Forests of Germany, has been included in the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. Ten designs by nine designers were entered in the competition. In February 2014 the entries were judged by the Committee for the Assessment of Designs for Commemorative Coins and Collector Coins. The expert advisors to the Committee were RNDr. Jana Durkošová, representative of the Slovak Ministry of Environment, and Ing. Marián Gič, representative of the Poloniny National Park Administration.

Based on the expert Committee's recommendation a design by Karol Ličko, which won a reduced first prize, was approved for the coin by the NBS Bank Board. The Committee praised the consistency in the approach to both the obverse and reverse as well as the harmony of their composition. In the opinion of both the Committee and the expert advisors, both sides of the design best evoked the theme in terms of their content and artistic aspect. The obverse depicts typical beech trunks and their root system with typical fauna - a northern lynx. The reverse shows a motif with a rotting beech and fir trunks, symbolising the life cycle in the primeval beech forest ecosystem.

A second prize was not awarded in the competition, since with other designs the Committee praised only one of their sides. A third prize was awarded to PhDr. Kliment Mitura. His design was found interesting for the high thematic and sculptural quality of its obverse. The author depicted a beech trunk together with a new growing forest. The composition includes a typical species of the ecosystem - the Black Woodpecker. However, the Committee found the reverse side featuring a wolf with cub to be not on par with the thematic and artistic qualities of the obverse.

A reduced third prize was awarded to the medal maker Mária Poldaufová. Her design also stood out for only one side - the reverse - which was considered to be the clearest depiction of the topic. The designer depicted the primeval forest life cycle represented by young beech trunks, nuts and rotting wood accompanied by the blossom of a typical plant of beech forests - Dentaria glandulosa. The Committee found the obverse side to be less successful and expressed comments on the fauna depicted as well as the composition.
The silver collector coin is due to be issued in March 2015.
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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 2. April 2014 12:01

Klasse. :br:
Naturmotive haben die Slowaken echt drauf. :br:

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von gizzmo » 2. April 2014 14:10

Echt toll umgesetzt, wie der Luchs da so um den Baum herumschleicht. Freu mich sehr auf die Münze.

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von Andilein » 2. April 2014 20:09

Mister Münze hat geschrieben:Klasse. :br:
Naturmotive haben die Slowaken echt drauf. :br:
Dem kann man nur beipflichten, KLASSE.

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von Lars » 2. April 2014 21:33

Das schönste der drei Motive hat definitiv gewonnen, gekauft hätte ich mir aber nur das dritte weil die Tiere einfach unglaublich witzig drein schauen :D

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von KME » 28. Januar 2015 12:19

NBS hat geschrieben:Results of the public anonymous competition for the design of a €100 gold collector coin featuring World Natural Heritage – Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians
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In September 2014 Národná banka Slovenska announced an open competition for the design of a €100 gold collector coin featuring "World Natural Heritage - Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians". This unique habitat located in Slovakia and Ukraine is included in UNESCO's World Heritage List, together with the ancient beech forests of Germany.

Twelve designs by the same number of designers were entered in the competition. In November 2014 they were evaluated anonymously by the Committee for the Assessment of Commemorative and Collector Coin Designs, which was assisted in this task by an expert adviser, Marián Gič, representing the Poloniny National Park Administration.

A design by Mária Poldaufová won first prize. In line with the Committee's recommendation, the NBS Bank Board approved her design for the coin. The Committee praised the design for its artistry and the way it encapsulated the theme. Prominent on the obverse side, in the lower centre, is the rosalia longicorn (Rosalia alpina), a sacrophage closely identified with the Carpathian primeval beech forests. Above and extending to the upper and side edges is a semicircular composition depicting Carpathian toothwort (Cardamine glanduligera) - a typical flora of these forests. The reverse shows various natural features that together represent the structure and cycle of life in the primeval beechwood ecosystem. With the depiction of decomposing tree trunks, flowing water, a beech stand, and beech nuts, the designer's idea is to capture the nature of the primeval forest and the changes it undergoes.

Second prize was awarded to Miroslav Hric. The Committee appreciated the high quality of his sculpting technique and depiction of the theme. The obverse design features fauna and flora typical of the primeval beech forests - the black woodpecker (Dryocopus martius), rosalia longicorn, and Carpathian toothwort. The reverse side illustrates the uninterrupted life cycle of beech trees, from their sprouting to decomposition.

Third prize went to Peter Valach. The design is interestingly divided into four irregular sections. The dynamism of the composition on both the obverse and reverse sides is considerably enhanced by the arrangement of the text. The principal pictorial features are fauna typical of the habitat - the lesser spotted eagle (Aquila pomarina) on the obverse side and a Ural owl (Strix uralensis) with owlet on the reverse. The design also captures well the life cycle of the primeval beech forest, with depictions of trees, decomposing trunks, and beech nuts.

Additional prizes for the high quality of their entries were awarded to Karol Ličko and Kliment Mitura.

The gold collector coin is due to be issued in December 2015.
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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von Kai » 8. April 2015 21:29

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Re: 10 & 100 Euro "Alte Buchenwälder in den Karpaten" 2015

Beitrag von Kai » 19. Dezember 2015 19:15

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