Monaco 2€ 2022 unc coin

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Teise seeria 2-eurosel mündil on Tema Kuningliku Kõrguse vürst Albert II portree.

Münt on ringlemata (uncirculated) kvaliteedis. Erinevad aastad. Kilepakend.
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Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
Issue limit: 8,000
Alloy: Base Metal
Denomination: Euro
Number of coins: 10

This collection includes all Slovenian euro coin denominations with the national obverse, the 2021 commemorative €2 coin honoring
200th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Carniola Provincial Museum, as well as a bimetallic €3 coin - 300th anniversary of Škofjeloški pasijon
The coins come delivered in a protective folder and sleeve.
45,00 €
Canada’s Coat of Arms turns 100. Proclaimed by King George V in 1921, Canada’s Coat of Arms first appeared on the 50 cent coin in 1937. Today, the 50 cent coin is an annual issue that is rarely found in circulation, but its limited mintage and heraldic art make it a favourite among collectors.
Country Canada

Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 27.13 (mm)
Quality: Unc

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's Coat of Arms with this 50 cent coin. Modern reproductions of the very first coin to feature Canada nation's coat of arms: the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. With a historic effigy on the obverse, and an early version of the coat of arms on the reverse, each coin represents history. It's our way of paying tribute to a 100-year-old emblem that has a place of honour on Canada's coins.


The original coat of arms coin design from 1937.
Canada's coay of arms turns 100. This coin is modern reproductions of the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. It was the first coin to feature Canada's Coat of Arms, which was originally adopted 100 years ago (1921) by proclamation of King George V.
Just like the 50-cent coin issued in 1937, the coin feature the effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and a pre-1947 inscription.

Your coins feature G. E. Kruger Gray's simplified version of Canada's Coat of Arms that first appeared on the 50-cent circulation coin in 1937. Each obverse features the historic effigy of King George VI by T. H. Paget and the inscription "GEORGIVS VI:G:REX ET IND:IMP" (George VI, by the grace of God, King and Emperor of India), as seen on all Canadian coins issued that year.

Did you know?
Adopted by proclamation of King George V in 1921, the Arms of Canada first appeared on the 50-cent coin in 1937. Seen here, the original design was a simplified version that remained in use until 1959, when it was replaced by Thomas Shingles' modified coat of arms.
5,00 €
The year 2022 marks two major European events. The first of January 2022 celebrates the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the euro, replacing the franc and becoming at the same time the European currency of the member countries of the euro zone. In addition, France will hold the Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2022, 13 years after its last Presidency. It is in this conjunction of major events that the change of the national face of the French €1 and €2 currencies is taking place, two decades after the appearance of the European currency.

The new € 2 circulation coins 2022. allows us to observe the evolution of the national sides, designed almost 20 years apart by Joaquin Jiménez, General Engraver of the Monnaie de Paris.

7,00 €
To commemorate the Floriade Expo 2022 the Royal Dutch Mint launches a special coincard with two Dutch 20 euro cents and a 2 euro cent from 2022. The Floriade Expo is a world horticultural exhibition that is organised only once every ten years. From the 14th of April until the 19th of October 2022, part of Almere will be transformed into one large blooming garden. Within the theme “Growing Green Cities”, which draws attention to greener cities, more than 400 national and international participants present their latest green inventions.
15,00 €
Quality: Uncirculated
Face Value: 10 Euro
Diameter: 32 mm
Material: Copper
Total Weight: 15 g
Mintage: 130 000

As marigolds turn their heads to follow the trajectory of the sun from east to west, they suggest things are moving forward. Combined with their bright colours, this has led to meanings of joy, gratitude, warmth, affection, peace, protection, contentment and understanding. It’s little wonder that some people refer to the third flower in the Language of Flowers series as ‘the sunshine herb’.

Marigolds encompass numerous plants from entirely different species, the two most common being Calendula and Tagetes. They both belong to the Asteraceae family, are easily mistaken for one another and have many common properties. Conveniently, the two species also have the same basic meanings in the language of flowers, many of which focus on positivity and patience. With their golden hues and positive energy, marigolds are said to bring light into any situation and have the ability to illuminate and guide us when faced with challenges.

Their strong connection with the sun means that marigolds are also associated with heat, passion, sex and love. Apparently, both Calendula and Tagetes can be used in spells relating to passion, creativity and warmth and have also been used in love potions and spells to maintain devotion for the long term. Marigolds also have multiple culinary uses and health benefits, and these cheerful, exceptionally long-flowering and easy-to-grow flowers are perfect for brightening our gardens and homes.

Symbolising positivity, the coin’s obverse shows a young woman with her eyes closed and flowers in her hair enjoying the scent of a marigold. Next to an ornamental side image of a marigold, the reverse of the coin features a pair of marigolds, both of which are imprints of real flowers.
25,00 €