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Croatia 2023 coin set 3,88 (loose)

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The euro coin series comprises eight different denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent, €1 and €2. The euro coins have a common side and a national side. The national side indicates the issuing country. The common sides of the coins were designed by Mr Luc Luycx of the Royal Belgian Mint.

They show images of the European Union or of Europe and symbolise the unity of the EU. The 1, 2 and 5 cent coins show Europe in relation to Africa and Asia on a globe.
Croatia has chosen four designs for their national sides of the euro coins, all featuring the distinctive Croatian chequerboard pattern in the background. All the coins also depict the 12 stars of the European flag.

The €2 coin features a map of Croatia on a chequerboard background. The design, by Ivan Šivak, includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

Edge lettering of the €2 coin: “O LIJEPA O DRAGA O SLATKA SLOBODO” (“Oh beautiful, oh dear, oh sweet freedom”), a line from Ivan Gundulić’s famous play, Dubravka.

The €1 coin shows a marten on a chequerboard background and was designed by Jagor Šunde, David Čemeljić and Fran Zekan. The marten is a small mammal that lent its name to the country’s former currency, the kuna. The design includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

The 50 cent , 20 cent and. 10 cent coin features a portrait of inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla, who developed alternating current technology. The coin was designed by Ivan Domagoj Račić and includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

The 1, 2 and 5 -cent coin shows a motif of the letters “HR” in the angular Glagolitic script. The Glagolitic alphabet is the oldest known Slavic script and was used in Croatia until the 19th century. The coin was designed by Maja Škripelj and includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.
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The euro coin series comprises eight different denominations: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cent, €1 and €2. The euro coins have a common side and a national side. The national side indicates the issuing country. The common sides of the coins were designed by Mr Luc Luycx of the Royal Belgian Mint.

They show images of the European Union or of Europe and symbolise the unity of the EU. The 1, 2 and 5 cent coins show Europe in relation to Africa and Asia on a globe.
Croatia has chosen four designs for their national sides of the euro coins, all featuring the distinctive Croatian chequerboard pattern in the background. All the coins also depict the 12 stars of the European flag.

The €2 coin features a map of Croatia on a chequerboard background. The design, by Ivan Šivak, includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

Edge lettering of the €2 coin: “O LIJEPA O DRAGA O SLATKA SLOBODO” (“Oh beautiful, oh dear, oh sweet freedom”), a line from Ivan Gundulić’s famous play, Dubravka.

The €1 coin shows a marten on a chequerboard background and was designed by Jagor Šunde, David Čemeljić and Fran Zekan. The marten is a small mammal that lent its name to the country’s former currency, the kuna. The design includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

The 50 cent , 20 cent and. 10 cent coin features a portrait of inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla, who developed alternating current technology. The coin was designed by Ivan Domagoj Račić and includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.

The 1, 2 and 5 -cent coin shows a motif of the letters “HR” in the angular Glagolitic script. The Glagolitic alphabet is the oldest known Slavic script and was used in Croatia until the 19th century. The coin was designed by Maja Škripelj and includes the year of issuance and the inscription “HRVATSKA”, the country’s name in Croatian.
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