Unique silver coins with Czech cut crystal from the cycle “Crystal Coin“ are the result of a unparalleled combination of a traditional Jablonec crafts, which are coming of the Czech Mint and glasswork of Preciosa. The motif of the guardian angel comes after the gift coins, the theme of which was birthday, happiness, love and enjoyment of life.
"Behold, I send a messenger to protect you on the way, and to bring you into the place I have prepared." - Exodus 23:20
The guardian angel is, according to many legends, a supernatural being who protects us before evil. The guardian angel is not just one, like Gabriel or Michael. Whether you believe or not, each of us has our own. He or she does not leave us for a second, so we're never alone. It guards our soul through life, helps us to overcome various obstacles or trials and, last but not least, is a devoted friend.
Expert female medal makers Irena Hradecká, DiS., and Petra Brodská, DiS., from the Czech Mint attributed to the guardian angel cute form of the winged baby with the halo, who kneels in the clouds and prays for us prayerfully. The silver relief is followed by a cut crystal in the shape of a wing. The Czech-English inscription "YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL – TVŮJ STRÁŽNÝ ANDĚL" completes the composition of the reverse side. Since the coin of the Czech Mint is licensed by a foreign issuer, which is the island of Niue, the obverse side of the coin bears its necessary attributes, which are the nominal value of 2 DOLLARS (NZD), the year of the issue 2018, the name Elizabeth II. and portrait of a ruler surrounded by angel wings.
The coin comes in a limited load of 600 pieces and represents an original gift for a number of occasions. It is stored in an elegant packaging that can be used as practical frame for exposition. There is also a Czech-English-Russian certificate of authenticity where you can write your dedication and which is dominated by the English quote of preacher Phil Bosman, whose translation is: "The angel is the one God sends you to life unexpectedly and undesirably to light up a few stars when everything becomes dark."