Description

Engraver: Drahomír Zobek

Obverse

Coat of arms of Slovakia, year of mintage, mintmark of the Kremnica Mint (MK) and engraver's mark.

The coat of arms of Slovakia consists of a shield, in early Gothic style, charged with a double cross standing on the middle peak of a mountain consisting of three peaks. Extremities of the cross are amplified, and its ends are concaved. The double cross is a symbol of its Christian faith and the hills represent three symbolic mountain ranges: Tatra, Fatra (made up of the Veľká Fatra and Malá Fatra ranges), and Mátra (the last one is in northern Hungary).

SLOVENSKÁ
REPUBLIKA
1993
MK
Z

Reverse

Depicts denomination and the Great Moravia cross (bronze-cast cross of XX-XXI centuries) from the archaeological excavation at Veľká Mača of south-west Slovakia. The outer surface of the cross is decorated with engraved symbols and with figured illustrations.

10
Sk
Z

Edge

Plain with two imprint types.

10 Korún

KM# 11 Schön# 18
Characteristics
Material Aluminium Bronze
Weight 6.6 g
Diameter 26.5 mm
Thickness 1.7 mm
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Mint
Kremnica Mint (MK)

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