• 1 Koruna 1957-1960, KM# 46, Czechoslovakia
  • 1 Koruna 1957-1960, KM# 46, Czechoslovakia
Description

Engraver: Marie Uchytilová-Kučová

Obverse

Coat of arms, lettering around, year below.

Czechoslovakia had a Communist regime from 1948, but this initially retained the smaller coat of arms of 1918 and did not adopt an emblem in the form of so-called "socialist heraldry" so popular in most other countries influenced by the Soviet Union. Coat of arms of the First Czechoslovak Republic (1918-1938): Slovakian arms carried by the Bohemian (Czech) lion.

REPUBLIKA ČESKOSLOVENSKÁ
1960

Reverse

A woman planting a linden sprig.

1
M·KUČOVÁ

Edge

1 Koruna

People's Republic
KM# 46
Characteristics
Material Aluminium Bronze
Weight 4 g
Diameter 23 mm
Thickness -
Shape round
Alignment Medal

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