Czech Mint

March, 2019

The Czech Mint looks at Leonardo Da Vinci and his work in the field of engineering with four new coins

By |2019-03-07T23:28:11+01:00March 7th, 2019|Categories: History, People, Science, Silver, Czech Mint, Niue Island|

The Czech Mint looks at Leonardo Da Vinci and his work in the field of engineering with four new coins Renaissance genius Leonardo Da Vinci is no stranger to the coin world and it's easy to see why. A huge body of incredible artwork and astounding inventions are a veritable visual feast and make splendid numismatics. To date, the vast majority of coins featuring the mans work [...]

April, 2018

The Fantastic Worlds of Jules Verne is the inspiration for the Czech Mints latest limited silver series

By |2018-04-20T21:05:36+01:00April 20th, 2018|Categories: Art & Literature, Silver, Czech Mint, Niue Island|

The Fantastic Worlds of Jules Verne is the inspiration for the Czech Mints latest limited silver series The French novelist Jules Verne (8 February 1828 – 24 March 1905) is the second-most translated author of the last 50 years, just behind Agatha Christie and it's easy to see why. The sense of spectacle and wonder weaved in his novels has near universal appeal - appearing in countless [...]

October, 2016

Czech Mint remembers dissident President Vaclav Havel with new medal set

By |2016-11-05T06:30:21+01:00October 12th, 2016|Categories: Gold, People, Medallion, Silver, Czech Mint, Czech Republic|

Czech Mint remembers dissident President Vaclav Havel with new medal set We don't generally cover medallions here, but never let it be said we ignore the unusual niche on the odd occasion. This new set of three medals, available in either gold or silver, has been struck by the Czech Mint to commemorate what would have been the 80th birthday of a giant in [...]

May, 2014

NEW COINS CELEBRATE 50 YEARS OF THE ICONIC JAPANESE BULLET TRAIN

By |2016-11-05T06:33:29+01:00May 3rd, 2014|Categories: Coloured, Science, Silver, Czech Mint, Japan Mint, Japan, Liberia|

Starting in 1964 with the Tokaido Shinkansen, Japans network of high-speed 'Bullet Trains' is world famous and the envy of much of the world. Japan was the first country to build a railway system dedicated to high speed, primarily because its existing network was of a narrow gauge, being only 42" (1.1m) wide and weaved in and out of Japans mountainous terrain, so wasn't straight enough to support the required velocities. While the name [...]