100th annivesary czech currency

1. února – 28. dubna 2019

I visited the exhibition in the picturesque winter weather, when Prague unwinded in snow. The entry of the Imperial Stables is dominated by the exposition of three crown crowns, crowned by Charles IV. Immediately behind the front wall of the hall hang a portrait of Alois Rašín, who oversees visitors here. The entrance can then be enjoyed with bricks of pure gold. On the east side, the golden treasures of the past from different regions of Europe. The most valuable exhibits of the exhibition from the point of view of painting are the banknote designs from many great artists: Alfons Mucha, Max Svabinsky, Cyril Bouda, Karel Svolinsky, Albin Brunovsky or Oldřich Kulhánek.

The top of the exhibition is a 130-kilogram gold coin worth 100 million. In its surroundings are introduced personalities of Czech coinage and medal, whose work can be admired in our own wallet. The most up-to-date exposures are current bank notes of all values ​​and emissions with original designs of 200 and 2000 koruna bills by Oldřich Kulhánek, which originate in 1992 and still bear Czechoslovak characters.