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Czechoslovakia arose 1918 from the dissolution of Austria-Hungary at the end of WWI. Czechoslovakia retained name for its new currency from Austria-Hungary - Koruna. Last silver circulating coins were minted during First Republic. On the brink of WW2 country was divided by Munich treaty and while Slovakia enjoyed limited independence, Czechia was occupied in what become known as protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia until Allied liberation in 1945. In 1948 Communists took power in the Czechoslovakia and held it until Velvet revolution of 1989. Czechoslovakia continued as a Federative Republic for next three years until its dissolution into independent Czech Republic and Slovakia. Read more

See also: Slovakia, Czech Republic, Bohemia and Moravia, Kingdom of Bohemia, Austria - Habsburg, Moravia

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Czechoslovakia - Sokol (1920)

100 Stotin = 1 Sokol

5 Stotin – obverse
5 Stotin – reverse
5 Stotin
1920
Copper – 5.21 g – ø 22.3 mm
5 Stotin – obverse
5 Stotin – reverse
5 Stotin
1920
Tin-brass – 5.21 g – ø 27.4 mm
5 Stotin – obverse
5 Stotin – reverse
5 Stotin
1920
Tin-brass – 4.22 g – ø 22 mm
20 Stotin – obverse
20 Stotin – reverse
20 Stotin
1920
Copper-nickel – 3.32 g – ø 20 mm
20 Stotin – obverse
20 Stotin – reverse
20 Stotin
1920
Copper-nickel – 5.04 g – ø 22.7 mm
50 Stotin – obverse
50 Stotin – reverse
50 Stotin
1920
Nickel-brass – 4.24 g – ø 22 mm
50 Stotin – obverse
50 Stotin – reverse
50 Stotin
1920
Brass – 4.38 g – ø 22 mm
50 Stotin – obverse
50 Stotin – reverse
50 Stotin
1920
Brass – 4 g – ø 22 mm
50 Stotin – obverse
50 Stotin – reverse
50 Stotin
1920
Nickel-brass – 4.34 g – ø 22 mm
1 Sokol – obverse
1 Sokol – reverse
1 Sokol
1920
Copper-nickel – 4.91 g – ø 23 mm
1 Sokol – obverse
1 Sokol – reverse
1 Sokol
1920
Brass – 6.50 g – ø 23.16 mm
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk) – obverse
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk) – reverse
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk)
(1920)
Commemorative: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk
Copper-nickel – 25.48 g – ø 36 mm
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk) – obverse
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk) – reverse
5 Sokolů (T. G. Masaryk)
(1920)
Commemorative: Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk
Brass – 24.85 g – ø 36.32 mm

Czechoslovakia - First Republic ‒ Koruna (1919-1939)

100 Haléřů = 1 Koruna

2 Haléře – obverse
2 Haléře – reverse
2 Haléře
1923-1925
Zinc – 2 g – ø 17 mm
KM# 5
5 Haléřů – obverse
5 Haléřů – reverse
5 Haléřů
1923-1938
Bronze – 1.70 g – ø 16.2 mm
KM# 6, Schön# 2
5 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – obverse
5 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – reverse
5 Haléřů (Trial Strike)
1924
Bronze – 1.68 g – ø 16.12 mm
10 Haléřů – obverse
10 Haléřů – reverse
10 Haléřů
1922-1938
Bronze – 1.96 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 3, Schön# 3
10 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – obverse
10 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – reverse
10 Haléřů (Trial Strike)
1922
Bronze – 1.66 g – ø 16.11 mm
20 Haléřů – obverse
20 Haléřů – reverse
20 Haléřů
1921-1938
Copper-nickel – 3.3 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 1, Schön# 4
20 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – obverse
20 Haléřů (Trial Strike) – reverse
20 Haléřů (Trial Strike)
1921
Copper-nickel – 3.33 g – ø 20 mm

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Numista referee for this country is oldves, Jarcek.

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