Czechoslovakia, award medal, Prague.
The obverse: a woman sitting turned to the left, with the rod of Asclepius and with a laurel wreath on her knees. Next to the woman, there are a cog, a hammer, and an anvil. On the left, there are farm animals. In the background, there is a farmer mowing grain, and there is the rising sun. An inscription, 'ZA'SLUZE,' and a signature, 'KARNET - KYSELY - PRAHA,' in the exerga.
The reverse: the Silesian eagle, followed by an inscription, 'ÚSTŘEDNÍ HOSPODÁŘSKÁ SPOLEČNOST PRO SLEZSKO v OPAVĚ.'
In my opinion, the condition in which the coin has been preserved is mint UNC–MS.
Metal: silver Ag.
Weight: 50.40 g.
The medal is original, guarantee of authenticity.
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- Silver medal
- Year/Period and Variation
- Prague, 'Opava' - award medal - very rare
- Precious metal
- Uncirculated (not released for circulation)