Latvia 2€ commemorative coin 2021 - The 100th anniversary of Latvia’s international recognition de iure

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Feature: The 100th anniversary of Latvia’s international recognition de iure

Description: It was on 26 January 1921 when Latvian diplomats had succeeded in accomplishing a momentous task – the world’s great powers recognized Latvia de iure. Although Latvia declared its independence on 18 November 1918, only after a confused period of fighting, the new nation was recognized in 1920. The design depicts an artistic inscription ‘100 Latvija de iure 2021’ thus also featuring the country name (LATVIJA) as well as the year of issue (2021). The coin’s outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European flag.

Issuing volume: 412 000 coins
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In 1521, Charles V introduced a golden guilder of 20 stuivers, a new unit of account: the Carolus guilder. In 1543, a silver Carolus guilder was also introduced. After the abdication of Charles V, the coins were no longer minted. However, the (Carolus) guilder remained in use in the Low Countries for a long time as a term and unit of account.
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