Wedding ducat 2018 with dedication proof
The gold wedding ducat of the Czech Mint is a tasteful gift for the newly married couple that combines original symbolism, precious metal value and emotional value in the form of engraved dedication.
The coins have been a symbol of wealth, prosperity, and certainty since they were made of precious metals and they did not have a paper or plastic analogy. Therefore, it is o wonder that they played an important role in the wedding rituals of our ancestors. Gold staters popularly called irises were used by Celts and they are the oldest coins found on the Czech territory. Celtic women had almost equal status with their men unlike Roman contemporaries, and wedding coins should symbolize the willingness of the couple to share everything they have in the world. Precious metal is still a wish for happiness and the best of both newlyweds in many countries around the world.
This is the new gold ducat of the Czech Mint for the year 2018. The obverse side was made by the talented medal maker Roman Shamilyan, who devoted it the funny symbol of the clockwork that evokes a reliably functional marriage. Individual toothed wheels hide hearts and four leaf clover, which means symbols of love and happiness - as well as a house, a tree, and a pram referring to the old saying, "Build a house, plant a tree and father a son." A parchment scroll with your personal dedication or other text with a range of 3 lines of 10 characters including spaces are engraved on the reverse side.
Thematic packaging in the form of a booklet includes, besides the gold ducat, also a space for wedding photos and inscribing data of a big day of newlyweds.