Gold wedding ducat 2024 with dedication proof

Gold wedding ducat 2024 with dedication proof

Stock state
Within 14 days
Date of issue
January 2024
10,950 CZK
including VAT

The product can also be purchased directly in the stores of the Czech Mint

Product description

The gold wedding ducat of the Czech Mint with the year 2024 is a suitable gift for newlyweds, which combines original symbolism, the value of precious metal and emotional value in the form of an engraved dedication.

Since ancient times, when all coins were made of precious metals and had no paper or plastic equivalent, coins have been a symbol of wealth, prosperity and security. It is therefore not surprising that they played an important role in the wedding rituals of our ancestors. The oldest coins found on Czech territory are gold staters, popularly known as irises, used by the Celts. Unlike their Roman contemporaries, Celtic women had almost equal status with their men and the wedding coin was meant to symbolise the couple's willingness to share everything they had in the world. In many countries around the world, the precious metal penny is still a wish for happiness and best wishes to both newlyweds.

This is also the case with the gold ducat of the Czech Mint, designed by medal maker Ludmila Kracíková, DiS. She dedicated the obverse side to a wedding car decorated with ribbons, flowers, balloons and tin cans, whose rumble drives away evil spirits and ensures that the bride and groom are not overlooked. The reverse side is then reserved for engraving text, which can take the form of a personal message, the names of the newlyweds, the date of the wedding, ... - there are no limits to the imagination. The only limit is the size of the text.

You can also inscribe a heartfelt dedication on the certificate of authenticity included in the gift packaging. Do not miss the other variations of wedding penny - in our offer for 2024 you will find two different precious metals and variants without engraved dedication.


Czech mint
Author of the obverse
Ludmila Kracíková, DiS.
Author of the reverse
Ludmila Kracíková, DiS.
Numbered issue
986 / 1000
3.49 g
20 mm
Bílý papírový box
Czech Mint