The National Bank of Hungary is issuing a series of silver collector coins to highlight the importance of preserving intangible cultural heritage.
The Hungarian Táncház Method became inscribed on the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list in 2011, on the register of the best safeguarding practices, as a Hungarian model for transmission of intangible cultural heritage. This is the second element of the "Intangible cultural heritage" collector series, started in 2011 with the silver coin depicting the traditional Buso festivities at Mohacs.
The obverse Táncház Method coin depicts an embroidered flower shape motive from Szék (Transylvania, today Sic, Romania), which reflects to one of the sources of the táncház method&movement. The reverse shows one important moment of the method when children learn to dance imitating older people, designed by András Szilos.
Gift box: GE005 C blue, leather-like, 30 mm
2013. Hungarian Táncház Method, Proof
Date of Issue: 2013.02.28.
Issue limit: 4000 pcs
Diameter: 30 mm
Weight: 12.5 g
The 'Táncház coin' can be buy both day at the pavilon of Táncház Egyesület. Price: 7200 HUF, with gift box: 8000 HUF.