Slovak silver wedding thaler proof

Slovak silver wedding thaler proof

Stock state
In stock
Date of issue
September 2020
Price
1,590 CZK
including VAT
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Product description

Are you thinking of a tasteful and valuable gift for newlyweds? This is exactly the silver wedding thaler from the Czech Mint.

The wedding customs of many nations are associated with coins. You have probably heard that the bride should have something
old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. However, this tradition, which is based on an old English rhyming machine, still has a fifth part that is forgotten - it is a coin that a bride has to put in her shoes so that her new family can experience happiness, wealth and prosperity. Moreover, the coins - like the main attribute of today's weddings in the form of rings - are round, thus symbolizing infinity.

The artistic design of the
silver thaler was prepared by the talented medal maker Lenka Nebeská, DiS. On the obverse side, there is the inscription WEDDING THALER and two pairs of hearts, between which a decorative ribbon is intertwined. She then dedicated the reverse side to the bride and groom riding a bicycle, which is indeed a convenient analogy for marriage. Riding in tandem requires the complete interaction and mutual trust of both riders. If they both pull together, take the same pace, have the same goal and respect each other, they are rewarded with less work and more speed, but also more fun and admiration. Howver, when both riders are selfish and refuse to adapt to each other's needs, riding a two-wheeler turns into an unpleasant experience and can end in a serious accident…

The thaler is packed in a gift box together with a certificate of authenticity.

Specifications

Code
31686-721
Issuer
Czech mint
Author of the obverse
Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Author of the reverse
Lenka Nebeská, DiS
Numbered issue
No
Certificate
Yes
Material
Silver
Fineness
999 / 1000
Weight
29 g
Diameter
40 mm
Packaging
Capsule
Yes
Czech Mint
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