The Czech National Bank issued the second series of three occasional circular twenty crowns and a hundred crown with the additional- printing logo of the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the Czechoslovak crown on January 30, 2019. This is based on the commemoration of the jubilee of the currency, which is due this year. Each model containing 200,000 pieces to be exchanged (coins and banknotes) with the public on January 30. The portrait of the first republic national economists are presented on the three coins with a nominal value of CZK 20. After the founding of the Czechoslovak state,( First Minister of Finance Alois Rasin, his later successor Karel Englis and first governor of the National Bank of Czechoslovakia Vilem Pospisil) they have a significant role in the formation and stability of the crown.
A circulation note with the value of CZK is also issued, marked with the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the Czechoslovakian crown. On the obverse side of the coupon, below the nominal value is the additional printing located. In order to get maximum of people three hundred crowns with additional printing per person along with CNB setting the maximum possible amount for the exchange of three twenty crowns from each motif.
The citizens are able to exchange up to nine twenty crowns worth a total of CZK 180 and bank notes worth CZK 300 while visiting the CNB’s office. You are required to have a ready-made five hundred dollar bill, in order to accelerate exchanges. Clients do not have priority access if they want to exchange damaged bank notes or coins at CNB’s workplaces. They recommend the exchange of damaged money in commercial banks for those bank notes and casual coins having additional printing.