Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

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Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von ronnyboyhh » 6. Februar 2012 16:46

Lettland - Bildhauer Kārlis Zāle (1888-1942)
[table border=1 cellpadding=1 cellspacing=1 width=250 height=50px][tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Qualität:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]Proof[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Nennwert:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]1 Lats[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Metall:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]Silber Ag 925[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Gewicht:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]22,00 g[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Durchnesser:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]35,00 mm[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Auflage:[/td] [td align=cenleft ter valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]7.000 Proof[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Ausgabetag:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]nn.nn.2012[/td][/tr]
[tr][td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#FFFFFF bgcolor=#CCCCCC]Designer:[/td] [td align=left valign=middle bordercolor=#CCCCCC bgcolor=#FFFFFF]Krišs Salmanis[/td][/tr][/table]
The Bank of Latvia Plans to Issue New Collector Coins
Collector Coin Issuing Programme for 2012
1. A coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of Riga Technical University.
2. A coin to celebrate the centenary of Riga Zoo.
3. A coin in honour of Latvian Olympic athletes.
4. A coin dedicated to Latvian sculptor K. Zāle.
5. A coin dedicated to Latvian writer R. Blaumanis.
6. A coin celebrating the Latvian national traditions.
7. A coin to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Bank of Latvia and national currency.
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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von ursus » 27. Mai 2012 15:33

Hallo, und hierzu ist auch noch nichts Konkretes bekannt ? :? :?
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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von ronnyboyhh » 27. Mai 2012 16:30

Bei der Latvijas Banka findet man sie noch nicht unter den ausgegebenen Münzen.
Aktuell findet man sie nur unter den für 2012 geplanten Ausgaben.

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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von ursus » 27. Mai 2012 21:33

Dank Dir - dann heißt es warten.......
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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von scinkk » 8. November 2012 11:46

f hat geschrieben:Face value: 1 lats
Weight: 22.00 g, diameter: 35.00 mm
Metal: silver of 925º fineness, quality: proof
Struck in 2012 by Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt (the Netherlands)
Artists: Krišs Salmanis (graphic design) and Ligita Franckeviča (plaster model)

Obverse
The coin is roughly frosted and of stony texture in appearance. Its central field features K. Zāle's portrait, taken from the sculptural group "Work" of the Freedom Monument, which is encircled by the inscriptions KĀRLIS ZĀLE, 1 LATS, LATVIJAS REPUBLIKA and the year 2012, separated by rhombic dots.

Reverse
The reverse of the coin features the sculpture "Dying Horseman I", taken from the memorial ensemble of the Brethren Cemetery. The Eurostar logo of the "European Silver Programme" is displayed on the right below.

Edge
The inscriptions LATVIJAS BANKA, LATVIJAS REPUBLIKA and 2012, separated by rhombic dots.

At decisive historic moments, providence tends to push new, enthusiastic and hitherto unknown heroes to the foreground. Among them are not only battle-hardened soldiers but also poets, composers and artists, energisers of the national spirit. The outstanding Latvian sculptor Kārlis Zāle (1888–1942) was the flag-bearer of the national idea whose talent shone briefly but brightly: the memorial of the Brethren Cemetery and the Freedom Monument gained the status of national treasures.

Kārlis Zāle honed professional skills during his student and work years in Russia (Kazan, Moscow and St. Petersburg) and expanded education in Berlin. He returned to Riga in 1923 as a mature master and got involved in designing the memorial ensemble for the Brethren Cemetery along the talented architects Andrejs Zeidaks, Pēteris Feders and Aleksandrs Birzenieks. Kārlis Zāle was charged with the most complicated task to express, by sculptural means, the ability of the Latvian soldier to sacrifice himself in the struggle for the freedom of his homeland, to lend the quality of an epos to the drama of the soldiers fallen in World War I and armed struggles for Latvia's statehood. The architectonic part of the outstanding memorial is crowned by the sculptures created by Kārlis Zāle: in their monumental treatment the then topical modernist forms are clearly visible. The development of the memorial ensemble at the Brethren Cemetery was concluded by its solemn dedication on 11 November 1936. In 1942, Kārlis Zāle also found his permanent resting place there. The contribution that he had made during his active life was an eloquent testimony to his true love of his country and nation, and his service to his native land and freedom.

There was a commonly felt need for a visual image that would embody the struggle for freedom and national independence, a simultaneous commemoration of the basic Latvian values. The competition for such an image was won by Kārlis Zāle whose design "Shine Like a Star!" was developed together with architect Ernests Štālbergs (1883–1958). The composition of the Freedom Monument in the heart of Riga consists of 13 sculptural groups and reliefs. By lending an artistic treatment to the conceptual cornerstones of the newly acquired Latvian statehood, Zāle combined the mythical and the real in a harmonious ensemble. The central statue of Mother Latvia is surrounded by allegorical images of values important to Latvians and references to crucial historical events. The obelisk is crowned by a copper statue of Liberty that holds three gilded stars symbolising the three main regions of Latvia.

The monument that was financed by donations was unveiled on 18 November 1935. In his keynote speech, the then President Kārlis Ulmanis invited everyone to view the monument as an embodiment of happiness about Latvia, a strong, beautiful and independent state. From a memorial to the national pride the Freedom Monument became a reminder and keeper of the idea of freedom and independence in the decades of occupations. It gave people hope, supported their faith, and was a beacon of freedom. The foot of the monument became the central locus of the national reawakening, an altar of prayers and thanksgiving. The Freedom Monument became the embodiment of national ideals and energies, which turned into the magical power that let Latvians regain their statehood and freedom.

Nations and countries tend to have unifying symbols for the ideas at their roots: for the US, it is the Statue of Liberty, for France, the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and the Marseillaise. Any mention of Rome conjures the images of the Coliseum or St. Peter's Basilica. For Latvia, it is the Freedom Monument by Kārlis Zāle.
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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von ursus » 9. November 2012 14:56

Hallo :? :? , nun unter "dem angekündigten ornamental" hoffte ich auf eine nicht so " grobe Darstellung ". Doch warten wir mal ab, wie die Münze "daherkommt", die Kai sicherlich im Shop anbieten wird !?
Ausgabe sollte ja am 08.11. sein.
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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von Kai » 9. November 2012 18:47

ursus hat geschrieben:Hallo :? :? , nun unter "dem angekündigten ornamental" hoffte ich auf eine nicht so " grobe Darstellung ". Doch warten wir mal ab, wie die Münze "daherkommt", die Kai sicherlich im Shop anbieten wird !?
Ausgabe sollte ja am 08.11. sein.
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Wird am Sonntag im Shop eingestellt.
Akku ist noch leer ....

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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von cpm56 » 9. November 2012 19:11

starshop-coins hat geschrieben:Wird am Sonntag im Shop eingestellt.
Akku ist noch leer ....
Der Shop läuft nur mit einem Akku? :shock: :D :hihi: :ROFL:

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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von Kai » 9. November 2012 19:29

cpm56 hat geschrieben:
starshop-coins hat geschrieben:Wird am Sonntag im Shop eingestellt.
Akku ist noch leer ....
Der Shop läuft nur mit einem Akku? :shock: :D :hihi: :ROFL:
Der Shop nicht aber der Betreiber ;-)

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Re: Lettland: 1 Lats "Kārlis Zāle" 2012

Beitrag von Kai » 24. Januar 2013 18:05

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