Memory Silver Coin ETERNAL ABUNDANCE
High vibration. An energy that allows us to create and receive an infinite amount of stimuli. Infinite abundance is not measured in money, it is an inexhaustible force that comes to us as a reward for not straying from the right path. A life without fear. The Mandala of Eternal Abundance, which became the inspiration and model for the Eternal by Helena collection of paintings and jewellery, was painted by Petra Volenec Němečková, La Petien. In collaboration with CZECH MINT.
Collector's series: motifs of Prague
Nominal value: 1 NZD
Author of obverse: David Kružliak
Author of reverse: David Kružliak
Numbered issue: No
Fineness: 999 / 1000
Weight: 13 g
Diameter: 28 mm
Package: Black leather case
Capsule packaging: Yes
Categories: MEMORY SILVER COINS
The coin features two significant motifs, the ETERNAL ABUNDANCE mandala and the National Theatre.
High vibration. The energy that allows us to create and receive an infinite amount of stimuli. Infinite abundance is not measured in money, it is an inexhaustible force that comes to us as a reward for not straying from the right path. A life without fear.
A nation unto itself - who does not know the slogan that symbolizes Czech patriotism and cultural heritage, which materialized in the form of the National Theatre. The "Golden Chapel" has become the motif of a silver coin of the Czech Mint embellished with selective gilding from a free cycle dedicated to Prague landmarks.
In the 19th century, the building of its own stone theatre was a matter of Czech honour and pride - it was supposed to serve the development of the Czech language, which was oppressed by German, and to support the production of domestic dramas and operas. The creation of the National Theatre was made possible by the cooperation of all sections of the population, and the laying of the foundation stone, which took place in 1868, became a national political manifestation. However, the joy of the Czechs at having their own theatre was short-lived, as the neo-Renaissance building, which was the work of our greatest artists, was destroyed by fire in 1881. "It was on a Friday, the blackest Friday of our modern national life. News of it reached us in the countryside only on Saturday at noon, and to this day I can see my father sitting at the table, his head in his hands, crushed, and my mother crying in a corner," wrote the poet Jaroslav Kvapil. But that was when the real Czech cohesion became apparent - generations of children learned about the little treasure boxes that were used to collect money for the restoration of the theatre in our villages and towns. As early as 1883, visitors were greeted by the strains of Smetana's Libuše and the opening of the National Theatre marked the culmination of the Czech national revival...
The reverse side of the coin, which is the work of the medalist David Kružliak, is dominated by a general view of the National Theatre building. As in reality, the roof is framed by a gilded railing. The bilingual inscription PRAGUE - PRAGUE is also gilded. As this is a coin issued under a foreign licence from the island of Niue, the obverse side bears the necessary attributes of the issuer - the name and portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the face value of 1 DOLLAR and the year of issue 2020.