Freddie Mercury has appeared on post stamps all around the world, but, for example, also on popular “€ 0” souvenir banknotes. (It will be possible to buy them in limited quantities at, for example, Stand No. 65,
www.sberatelske-darky.cz, during the fair.)
You will have the first-ever opportunity to buy a new “€ 0” souvenir banknote with a motif of Leonardo da Vinci for 2 euros from an ATM located directly in the hall hosting the event.
A new series of collector´s banknotes commemorating and paying a tribute to the genius of Václav Zapadlík (1943 – 2018), a prominent graphic artist and the author of thousands of drawings of automobiles and motorcycles, will be presented for the first time during the fair. There will be altogether 12 banknotes, two per year, issued on the occasion of the spring and autumn Collector fairs. Zapadlík´s cars appeared for the first time on stamps of Czech Post, which issued them in two series, “World´s automobiles” and “Czech automobiles”.The motif of the first of the banknotes is the 1933 Duesenberg SJ. The banknote´s nominal value is one hundred “collector´s Korunas”. The banknote contains a total of seventeen protection features and its price will be CZK 200 ( EUR 8).
“0 eurosuvenir banknote” “Leonardo da Vinci” premiered at the Spring Sberatel Fair! For EUR 2 you can withdraw it directly from the ATM, which is located in the hall at table 40.
And if you are planning to go to Prague for the springtime Sberatel / Collector fair, consider yourself lucky! There is a parallel exhibition on the premises of the Prague Castle, which maps the centennial anniversary of the Czech currency. The highlight of the exhibition of Czech and Czechoslovak coins and banknotes is the world´s second largest gold coin worth CZK 100 million and officially issued by the Czech National Bank (More information here). You can also visit an exhibition hosted by the Post Museum, which presents graphic designs of Czech post stamps from the 1918 – 2018 period, where you can see, for example, the design of the first Czechoslovak stamp created by painter Alfons Mucha.
More information here