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Re: Industrial Heritage Sites

Beitrag von dbl » 13. Oktober 2009 19:08

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TobiasTG hat geschrieben:2.500 Kč Gold 2009

Thema: Heritage Site - Wind Mill at Ruprechtov

Material: 999/1000 Gold
Durchmesser: 22 mm
Gewicht 7,78 g

Ausgabe: 23.09.08 in PP und BU
Issue date: October 7 2009.
Mintage: BU - 3500 pcs, Proof - 10500 pcs.
CNB hat geschrieben:Issuance of a CZK 2500 commemorative gold coin Industrial Heritage Site – Wind Mill at Ruprechtov from the Industrial Heritage Sites cycle

7 Oct 2009

The Czech National Bank is today putting into circulation the eighth gold coin from its Industrial Heritage Sites cycle: the Wind Mill at Ruprechtov, the only wind mill in the Czech Republic equipped with a Halladay turbine. The gold coin has a face value of CZK 2,500 and its mintage is limited to 3,500 normal quality coins and 10,500 proof quality coins. It was designed by the sculptor Jiří Harcuba. The obverse side of the coin features a composition of heraldic animals depicted one above the other. The Czech lion is on top, with the Moravian eagle and the Silesian eagle below. The reverse side of the coin features the wind mill at Ruprechtov in the middle of the coin field. On the day of issue, the Czech National Bank organised an official unveiling of the coin at the Technical Museum in Brno, attended by CNB Bank Board members and representatives of the city and the region.

The coin is part of the Industrial Heritage Sites cycle, which reminds the public of unique industrial heritage sites in the Czech Republic. The cycle comprises ten gold coins gradually issued over 2006–2010. In selecting the heritage sites, emphasis was placed on their diversity and on the representation of various regions. The coins issued in 2006–2009 have featured motifs of the Hand-Paper Mill at Velké Losiny, the Observatory at Prague Klementinum, Ševčiny Mine at Příbram-Březové Hory, the Water-Mill at Slup, the Chain Bridge at Stádlec, the Brewery at Pilsen and the Elbe Sluice under Střekov Castle. The cycle will be completed next year with coins featuring the largest manufacturing hammer in the Czech Republic, located in Dobřív, and Michal Mine at Ostrava, the first fully electrified mine in the Czech Republic.

The coins issued today have a face value of CZK 2,500, a diameter of 22 mm, a weight of 7.78 g and a thickness of 1.7 mm. The coin was minted by the Czech Mint from 999.9 purity gold in two quality versions – normal and proof – differing in surface treatment and edge marking. The normal-quality coins have fields and reliefs of the same polish and milled edges. The proof-quality coins have highly polished fields, matt reliefs and plain edges. Each coin comes with a red catalogue card with a description and relief representation of the coin.

The Czech National Bank sells its commemorative coins to private individuals through entities licensed to trade in numismatic material. A list of these entities and further information on the coins issued by the CNB are available on the CNB’s website.
CNB hat geschrieben:Wind Mill at Ruprechtov
On 7 October 2009, the Czech National Bank is putting into circulation the eighth gold coin from its Industrial Heritage Sites cycle: “National Heritage Site – Wind Mill at Ruprechtov”. The coin is minted in two quality versions differing in surface treatment and edge marking. The normal-quality coins have fields and reliefs of the same polish and milled edges. The proof-quality coins have highly polished fields, matt reliefs and plain edges. The edge of the normal-quality coin is plain. The normal-quality and proof-quality coins are minted from 999.9 purity gold. The coins have a weight of 7.78 g, a diameter of 22 mm and a thickness of 1.7 mm. As with any other coins, deviations in diameter of 0.1 mm and thickness of 0.15 mm are allowed. Upward deviations in weight of 0.062 g and the gold content of 0.01% are allowed.

The obverse side of the coin features a composition of heraldic animals depicted in a row above each other. The Czech lion is on top, with the Moravian eagle and the Silesian eagle below. The name of the state in Czech “ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA” and the denomination and abbreviated monetary unit “2500 Kč” are below the composition. The name of the cycle in Czech “KULTURNÍ PAMÁTKY TECHNICKÉHO DĚDICTVÍ” is written all around the outer circle. The mark of the Czech Mint is located at the bottom edge of the coin. The reverse side of the coin features the wind mill at Ruprechtov in the middle of the coin field. The inscription in Czech “VĚTRNÝ MLÝN V RUPRECHTOVĚ” and the year of mintage “2009” are at the bottom of the wind mill. The initial of the designer of the coin, the sculptor Jiří Harcuba – the letter “H” – is situated below the year of mintage.

Each coin comes with a red postcard-sized catalogue card. The relief of the coin is dry-stamped through gold foil. The text is given in Czech and English. The card is the same for the normal-quality and proof-quality coins.
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Re: Industrial Heritage Sites

Beitrag von dbl » 8. Oktober 2010 03:14

TobiasTG hat geschrieben:2.500 Kč Gold 2010

Thema: Heritage Site - Hammer Mill at Dobřív

Material: 999/1000 Gold
Durchmesser: 22 mm
Gewicht 7,78 g

Ausgabe: 04/05.10 in PP und BU
Released on May 5. 2010.
ČNB hat geschrieben:Heritage Site - Hammer Mill at Dobřív
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On 5 May 2010, the Czech National Bank is putting into circulation the ninth and penultimate CZK 2500 commemorative gold coin from its Industrial Heritage Sites cycle. This coin depicts the Hammer Mill at Dobřív, the largest manufacturing hammer mill in the Czech Republic, which is to be listed as a National Heritage Site on 1 July 2010. The coin is minted in two quality versions differing in surface treatment and edge marking. The classic normal-quality coins have fields and reliefs of the same polish and milled edges. The proof-quality coins have highly polished fields, matt reliefs and plain edges. The normal-quality and proof-quality coins are minted from 999.9 purity gold. The coins have a weight of 7.78 g, a diameter of 22 mm and a thickness of 1.55 mm. As with any other coins, deviations in diameter of 0.1 mm and thickness of 0.15 mm are allowed. Upward deviations in weight of 0.062 g and in gold content of 0.01% are allowed.

The obverse side of the coin depicts a composition of stylised heraldic animals from the large national coat-of-arms of the Czech Republic. The Czech lion is in the middle, with the Moravian eagle on the right and the Silesian eagle on the left. The name of the state in Czech “ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA” and the denomination and abbreviated monetary unit “2500 Kč” are below the composition. Written around the left-hand, upper and right-hand edge of the coin is the name of the cycle: “KULTURNÍ PAMÁTKY TECHNICKÉHO DĚDICTVÍ”. The mark of the Czech Mint is located to the left of the denomination of the coin. The reverse side of the coin depicts the interior equipment of the hammer mill at Dobřív – the drop hammer and the water wheel that drives it. The left-hand, upper and right-hand edge of the coin features the inscription “HAMR V DOBŘÍVĚ” and the year “2010”. The initials of the designer of the coin, the sculptor Jaroslav Veselák – the interlinked letters “VJ” – are situated at the left-hand bottom edge of the coin next to the shaft.

Each coin comes with a red postcard-sized catalogue card. The relief of the coin is dry-stamped through gold foil. The text is given in Czech and English. The card is the same for the normal-quality and proof-quality coins.

TobiasTG hat geschrieben:2.500 Kč Gold 2010

Thema: National Heritage Site - Michal Mine at Ostrava

Material: 999/1000 Gold
Durchmesser: 22 mm
Gewicht 7,78 g

Ausgabe: 09.10 in PP und BU
Released on October 6 2010. Last coin in the series.
ČNB hat geschrieben: National Heritage Site – Michal Mine in Ostrava
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On 6 October 2010, the Czech National Bank is putting into circulation the last CZK 2500 commemorative gold coin from its Industrial Heritage Sites cycle. The coin depicts Michal Mine in Ostrava, the first electrified mine in Czech territory. The coin is minted in two quality versions differing in surface treatment and edge marking. The classic normal-quality coins have fields and reliefs of the same polish and milled edges. The proof-quality coins have highly polished fields, matt reliefs and plain edges. The edge of the normal-quality coin is plain. The normal-quality and proof-quality coins are minted from 999.9 purity gold. The coins have a weight of 7.78 g, a diameter of 22 mm and a thickness of 1.6 mm. As with any other coins, deviations in diameter of 0.1 mm and thickness of 0.15 mm are allowed. Upward deviations in weight of 0.062 g and in gold content of 0.01% are allowed.

The obverse side of the coin features an electric mining machine located in a semicircular segment as an example of the mine’s internal equipment. The mark of the Czech Mint is on the right-hand side of the semicircular segment and the denomination and abbreviated monetary unit “2500 Kč” are at the bottom of the segment. The name of the state "ČESKÁ REPUBLIKA” and a composition of heraldic animals from the large national coat-of-arms of the Czech Republic are located above the mining machine. The Czech lion is in the middle, with the Moravian eagle on the right and the Silesian eagle on the left. The unclosed text of the name of the cycle in Czech “KULTURNÍ PAMÁTKY TECHNICKÉHO DĚDICTVÍ” is written around the outer circle. The reverse side of the coin features the hoist tower of Michal Mine. The year of mintage "2010" is located below the hoist tower. The left-hand and right-hand edges of the coin feature the unclosed text “DŮL MICHAL V OSTRAVĚ”. The initials of the designer of the coin, the sculptor Zbyněk Fojtů, are located below this text on the right-hand side of the coin.

Each coin comes with a red postcard-sized catalogue card. The relief of the coin is dry-stamped through gold foil. The text is given in Czech and English. The card is the same for the normal-quality and proof-quality coins
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