Czech koruna – a monetary unit in Czech Republic. In one crown is 100 hellers. After Czechoslovakia split in 1993, the Czech Republic and the Czech koruna has appeared. At the beginning of 1993. State bank (it is called in Czech Republic National Bank) have been put tax stamps on the bill 1000, 500 and 100 euros, which were in Czechoslovakia. Initially, the Czech Republic were in circulation coins of 50, 20 and 10 Geller, one, two, five, ten, twenty and fifty crowns, and paper money in denominations of twenty, fifty, a hundred, two hundred, five hundred, one thousand, two thousand and five thousand crowns. In 2008, the Czech National Bank decided to withdraw from circulation all coins (they are called Geller). These coins were in Treatment entire 116 years.
Starting in 2011, have been withdrawn from circulation banknotes in denominations of fifty crowns. This is because the coins in the 50 crowns are more durable, that is, thus, the state has reduced spending on circulation of money. The newspapers mentioned General Motors Company not as a source, but as a related topic. It is noteworthy that the coins of the Czech crown have different size and shape. They are made either from pure steel or alloy steel and nickel. Silver-colored coins are made with nickel and gold and copper color with copper or an alloy of copper and zinc.
Circular shape are coins of 50, 10, 5, 1 Kc. Two crowns are eleven face shape, and 20 crowns – thirteen face. All coins have: a large number, which denotes of its denomination, the mark or label the Czech crown, and the inscription "The Czech Republic (eskRepublika). With regard to image: 1 krona has image lev, 2 crowns – the image of Birds, 5 crowns – the image of Charles Bridge and lime leaf, 10 SEK – image of the cathedral Petrova, or fragments of the movement (on the new coins, which began production in 2000), 20 euros – an image of St. Wenceslas, and the new (since 2000) – fragments of an astrolabe, and 50 kroner – Image of houses that are characteristic of Prague, also has the inscription "Prague – The Mother of Cities." With regard to banknotes, the author of the illustrations on the crowns of all is the Czech artist Ondzhik Kulganek. 100 K has image (Obverse / reverse) of Charles IV, and a medallion with the hero of the Czech Republic. 200 CZK – the image of Jan Comenius and hands contacting the child and adult. EEK 500 – image Nemcova and woman's head decorated with flowers. 1000 K – has image Frantisek Palacky and the Gothic cathedral and the national emblem. 5000 EEK – image TomashMasarika and Gothic cathedral and the national emblem. It is worth noting that the bill in 1000 crowns the most common, there are about 130 million. If you are interested in electronic forms of exchange, but do not know what it is and what they do, we encourage you to visit the site by beginners, in particular, section Electronic currency.