Welcome to our online shop dedicated to numismatics.
We offer gold and silver commemorative coins CR, which are among collectors and investors a very popular and in demand. Furthermore, we note the CR. Our offer will in future extend to other lines of merchandise ..
At the same time we invite you to II. annual sales exhibition of numismatic material in Ostrava. For more information, contact by clicking on the poster of the exhibition.
Coins are one of the longest lasting means of exchange, the first records appear before 4,500 years ago, but the real boom came with ancient Greece, where standardize weight and fineness. Today, coins are still an indispensable part of the monetary system, but their role has changed considerably. Modern coin is in itself no value and if it is not assured for the state and would be a mere piece of sheet metal. In the past, it was vice versa, because the coins were minted mainly made of precious metals (gold, silver) and accounting for value and without state guarantees. Production of coins is increasingly expensive, and micro-payment systems are constantly improving. It is therefore possible that one day we have no coins in your wallet will not rattle.
Types, shapes, denominations, composition and appearance of the coins used are set out the relevant State legislation which applies or applied, or bank or other authority that has emission rights. The front side of the coin is called the obverse - (front), rear reverse - (reverse). Face is always the side where the denomination of the coin shows. Nowadays, most coins are minted. In the past, we know the coin cast. Coins deals with basic historical science called numismatics.
Originally, coins were the same value as a precious metal from which they were produced. Actually represented a Mint official confirmation that the metal piece has a certain weight and a certain quality. Later he began to downplay the coin admixture of cheaper metals and their value began to be associated with a sovereign credibility, which is issued. Various coins had a different reputation abroad and are valued differently. Finally there was the fact that the material value of the coins is lower than their nominal value. The coin is now basically just "metal bill." With ongoing inflation, however, occurs at lower denominations of coins to the paradoxical phenomenon. Production costs exceed their nominal value. With additional material price inflation is increasing and coins usually stops their emissions or are withdrawn from circulation. In the event that the price of metal coins exceeds its nominal value, the coins disappear from circulation alone. Usually this happens when hyperinflation.
Collecting coins has always been one of the classic collector fields. They collect all kinds of coin collectors can be focused on a particular historical period or a specific region. Recently, however, collecting became a hobby of the middle generation, which also interested in the artistic process and the investment factor.
Numismatics is the auxiliary historical science dealing with coins and medals overall, not just a mere collection of coins. This study has origins back to ancient Greece, but real fame and prestige gained through the Renaissance. Czech is one of the countries where collecting has a strong background (mainly First Republic) and commemorative coins minted in the Czech Republic are popular in many zemích.Numismatika is the basic historical science. In the past (incorrectly) ranked among the auxiliary historical sciences.
atics is the auxiliary historical science dealing with coins and medals overall, not just a mere collection of coins. This study has origins back to ancient Greece, but real fame and prestige gained through the Renaissance. Czech is one of the countries where collecting has a strong background (mainly First Republic) and commemorative coins minted in the Czech Republic are popular in many zemích.Numismatika is the basic historical science. In the past (incorrectly) ranked among the auxiliary historical sciences.
The largest gold coin in the world comes from Canada and is called the Maple Leaf (Czech maple leaf). He holds several records coin.
With a diameter of 50 cm, thickness 3 cm and weight of 100 kg is the largest and heaviest coin in the world. It also has the largest nominal value - one million Canadian dollars, the real price is more than double.
The giant coin, which also has the highest purity in the world, Canadians made in 2007 in several copies on the occasion of demonstrations of the new design of traditional investment gold coins.
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