Following the day when the Hungarian Money Museum and Visitor Centre is officially opened, the Magyar Nemzeti Bank will issue the commemorative version of the 100 forint circulation coin. With these coins, the Bank wishes to focus attention on the significance of financial literacy and the Money Museum as an authentic and comprehensive source of knowledge. The 100-forint coins are available without serial number decorative packaging.
Front: On the obverse, in the centre field, extending into the ring, a typical section of the building that houses the Hungarian Money Museum and Visitor Centre is shown. Above, a stylised representation of a chart, showing an upward trend, is found and four different coins are placed featuring motifs (the Anjou lily, making a reference to Hungarian gold florins from the Middle Ages, the iconic number of the one-forint coin introduced in 1946, a globe, and a pair of scales) that refer to the themes presented by the Money Museum and the general characteristics of money.
Back: The face value side of the 100-forint bicolour coins is identical with the face value side of the coin of the same denomination currently in circulation.