“5 Years of Belgian Beer Culture as Intangible Heritage” Belgium 2 1/2€ commemorative coin 2021

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19,00 €
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The 2.5 euro coin is minted in BU-quality and is issued in two language versions. On the coincard, a close-up of a beer will quench your thirst. On the coin you will see the Belgian beer culture in a nutshell; each beer has its own matching type of glass!

Details
• Official issue to commemorate 5 years of Belgian beer culture
• Thirst quenching packaging in two language versions
• Limited mintage of max. 20,000 coins
• Legal tender in Belgium, not for circulation

Specifications
• Metal: Brass
• Weight: 10.50 g
• Diameter: 25.65 mm
• Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) / FDC
• Design: Iris Bruijns (obverse), Luc Luycx (reverse)
• Max. mintage: 20,000 coins worldwide (distributed in 2 language versions in a coincard and 7,500 coins are included in the annual FDC set 2021)

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