The upcoming Collector's Fair in Incheba will introduce plenty of interesting exhibits to expand and enrich your collections. Coins, banknotes, postcards, postage stamps, badges, antiques and jewelry, minerals and precious stones from exhibitors from all around the world will draw you into the magical world of history and tales. Traditionally, the fair will also feature rare, precious and valuable pieces, which will undoubtedly arouse interest not only in the case of passionate collectors.
One of them will be the rare five-ducat of Leopold I. coined in 1676 in Prague by mint master Antonín Janinali. The coin value is currently around 70 thousand euros. Another exclusivity will include the gold medal with the portrait of cyclist Petr Sagan, which was issued to celebrate his three victories in Richmond, Dohe and Bergen, or the exclusive zero Euro souvenir banknote with the motive of Bratislava Castle. Interestingly, it is a revised edition of the previous version that was sold at a collector's fair in 2018 with a press error. At the same time, you will also be able to purchase a zero Euro banknote with a presidential palace motive. The major crowd-puller will undoubtedly be the premiere of the Italian Euro souvenir banknote depicting Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI. Kremnica Mint will bring to the fair the latest annual set of Slovak Euro coins dedicated to Aurel Stodola or a number of products from the last, extremely demanded issue with the motive of Milan Rastislav Štefánik - among other things, a two-Euro coin or a set of Slovak Euro coins, all in limited quantities. Do not miss Bratislava Collectors Days on June 7 and 8 in Incheba!