Gold coin Fairy Tales of Moss and Fern proof
The three-part miniseries of the Czech Mint "Fairy Tales of Moss and Fern" is being closed. The gold coins show the stork cottage after Křemílek and Vochomůrka.
"So it was one big clearing and a stork cottage stood on it, and there was a room in the cottage, and there was a lot of stuff in that room and a little bit of a mess. A tiny man named Křemílek slept in a crib with a deer and Vochomůrka slept in the second with the painted bird. There was a wall clock with one hand together with the inscription winter, autumn, summer, spring”, which opens the first fairy tale about two elves from 1968. Křemílek and Vochomůrka not only live in a cottage hidden between the moss and fern, but they also experience the unforgettable adventures that are made by the forest inhabitants.
The bedtime story coin of the Czech Mint intended for small and big numismatics could not be prepared by anyone other than the medal maker Irena Hradecká, DiS. On the reverse side you will find not only a stork cottage, but also the both elves looking for a new adventure. A butterfly which connects the entire miniseries is flying overhead. The obverse side of the coin is then devoted to the name and the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the year of the issue 2018, together with the nominal value of 5 DOLLARS (NZD), which means the attributes of the Pacific island of Niue that provides the Czech Mint with a foreign license to coin its own commemorative coins.
Do you have a coin with Kremilek in your collection? Then you've got a fairy-tale collector's album, where you can also save Vochomurka and the stork cottage.