The next year of the 20th anniversary of the year is the Czech currency in Jablonec nad Nisou. The banknotes are decorated with portraits of Alois Rašín and Karel Engliš, Intergovernmental Finance Ministers and Vilém Pospíšil, the first governor of the then National Bank of Czechoslovakia.
According to the Technical Director of the Czech Coin Josef Pazour, 200,000 pieces will coin with each of the three portraits. This is just a fraction of coins that are bounced to the Czech National Bank (JNB) each year. Annually it's about a hundred million coins.
On October 24, the Czech National Bank issued twenty crown coins with the portrait of TG Masaryk, M.R. Štefánik and Edvard Beneš in connection with the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia. Coins are for normal pay, and people can replace them for the usual twenty hundred in central bank branches.
"The October problem with portrait of founders in Czechoslovakia has already been replaced, public interest exceeded the size of the number of temporary twenty hundred issued," said the CNB spokeswoman Petra Vodstrčilová. Coins that were featured in Jablonec today are planned by CNB at the end of January 2019.
The annual twenty crowns do not differ from the usual ones, they only have another reverse side. Twenty crown weighs about 8.5 grams, the core of the coin forms an iron plate, the surface is a rolled bronze layer and a layer of the same material is still galvanized to form a kind of sandwich. The coin carries a slot machine rotating at a speed of 13 to 15 coins per second. They did not do a similar carving in Jablonec for the first time, special coins were also characterized by the millennium.
"Special ten crowns and twenty crowns with astrolabells and watch movements were made in 2000. At that time, ten million were made by each nominee, which was symbolic of every single person in the republic," said Pazour.
Great coin, first anniversary note and special hundreds. The anniversary of the crown will be spectacular
The annual coin given by CNB to mark the 100th anniversary of Czechoslovakia and the 100th anniversary of the Czechoslovak crown is much smaller than the millennium. People could always replace only three coins from each pattern and were willing to take long queues as well.
According to Danmarks Nationalbank, an extra mintage is still planned, and all six annual coins will then be available in the set sometime during the first half of next year. In what amount should the donation take place, CNB has not yet decided.