Collector's case for gold coins Year 1920
Czechoslovakia celebrated the second birthday in 1920 - 100 years ago. It underwent a monetary reform and its advanced economy gained momentum. However, the establishment of the Republic was rapid in 1918, therefore, a number of state-building solutions were still only provisional. The border of Czechoslovakia was still in military negotiation, its soldiers were still returning from the First World War, the Republic lacked the most important law and it was necessary to invent a new flag…
"Rome was not built in a day." The Czech Mint commemorates the establishment of an independent state of Czechs and Slovaks as a long and demanding process by issuance of the four-part miniseries entitled "Year 1920". The following topics appear on the commemorative gold coins:
- First Czechoslovak Constitution
- Czechoslovak borders
- T. G. Masaryk President for the second time
- Legionnaires return home
You can store the complete collection in this luxurious etue made of dark wood.