By using electronic banking I realize that it is not easy to get change and even less chances to find "funny" money. Until I can figure out more convenient ways to live on cash I will still be in the vaults.
This is a Czech Republic coin not to be confused with a Czechoslovakia or a Republic of Slovakia coin. It is sad to see break ups but that means twice as many coins for the kids.
|20 KČ Saint on a horse SVATÝ VÁCLAVE, NEDEJ ZAHYNOUT NÁM I BUDOUCÍM (Saint Wenceslas, perish forbid us her future)|
|ČESKA REPUBLIKA 1998 (Czech Republic 1998)|
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 20 Korun / Czech Republic
Mintage: 15,725,000 (Officially 41,786 were destroyed)
Metal: Brass Plated Steel
Value: $0.75 in Very-Fine
Update: From an anonymous comment: "the correct czech coin translation is "St Wenceslaus, don't let us or the future ones perish." "
I have yet to confirm this but it makes sense.
Do you have coin from the Czech Republic and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.