On 28 September, 2004 the Magyar Nemzeti Bank issued a collector coin made of silver of a face value of HUF 5,000 called „Visegrád Castle”. The coin was issued as the first part of a series called „Hungarian Castles”.
On the front side of the coin there is the picture of the so-called Solomon Tower, part of the Visegrád Castle, with the Danube bend in the background.. The reverse side depicts the view of the whole Visegrád Castle.
The coin was designed by György Kiss, sculptor.
The coin was made of silver with a fineness of 925 ‰, weighing 31.46 grams, with a diameter of 38.61 mm, with milled edge.
8,000 can be minted of this collector coin, out of which 4,000 will be minted with a special – so called „proof” - technology.
The public can purchase these coins at Hungarian Mint Ltd (Könyves Kálmán körút 38.) as well as in the shop of the Visitors’ Center of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Budapest, Szabadság tér 8/9). The coins can be purchased at face value for three months after the issuance.