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Kremnica (Definitive stamp) Issue number
288
Date of issue
20.03.2003
Face value
18.00 Sk

Back in the 10th century Kremnica was one of the most important towns in Slovakia, mainly due to the large reserves of gold and silver which were mined there. In 1328, King Karol Robert granted the town municipal privileges and a national mint was founded; indeed the mint is still in operation today. The ducats, or florins, from the Kremnica mint have became the most sought after coins in Europe, and due to the fact that in the 14th century, the Kremnica mines produced more gold than any other European mine, the town was named the “Golden Town Kremnica”. Local trade...

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