The sets of circulating coins of the Czech Mint and the Czech National Bank have many different forms. Among the most popular are the collections of the Czech currency minted in an extraordinary quality proof, which are stored in a suede boxes and complemented with a silver commemorative medal.
This type of the set first appeared in 2011 and is traditionally realased on the occasion of the Prague trade fair Collector, where many numismatics come to purchase it personally. The set contains the coin values of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 CZK, which, you will not find in your pockets because they are minted in a finish proof. It is characterized by a mirror shine and extreme touchiness - a touch debases the coin irrevocably. Their other unique feature is that they are all minted in the same year, which is the year they were released in.
Besides the comprehensive series of currency, the sets are dominated by the silver medals, inspired by the work of Oldřich Kulhánek, namely his banknotes. The excellent graphic designer devoted the Czech paper currency to the outstanding personalities of our history and in 2016 the Czech Mint has chosen the Saint Agnes of Bohemia. The motive of an emancipated Premyslide princess, who became a symbol of the Czech lands, is interesting, among other things, because the CZK 50 banknote, on which it originally appeared, is no longer in circulation. The third specific feature of this set is an elegant package. The color of the cassette with a suede surface is updated every year and this year it is a dark blue.
Its integral part is also a certificate from the State Securities Printer, which contains the detailed technical specifications of each mintage.