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Spain 2€ commemorative coin 2024 - National Police Corps

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In 1948, Belgium finally introduced universal women's suffrage. This made Belgium the last European country, after Greece and Switzerland, in which women were given a vote. The ladies could not effectively use this vote until the parliamentary elections in June 1949. Earlier, the focus of feminist movements was on general civil rights and equal opportunities in education; in other words the economic emancipation of women. On the political front, one of the main concerns was that women, more than men, would be influenced by their pastor when voting. On the coin itself, you will see the text 'ALGEMEEN VROUWENKIESRECHT SUFFRAGE UNIVERSEL FÉMININ' all around. Inside it, the Venus symbol as a voting box with a red pencil. Next to it: 75 JAAR ANS. Next to it, the country indication BE and the year 2023, below it the mintmaster's mark (an erlenmeyer flask with aster) and the privy mark of the Royal Dutch Mint (the Mercury staff). Bottom right 'IB' the initials of designer Iris Bruijns. The BU version in coincard shows the glee with which the acquired right to vote was announced in the newspapers 75 years ago and also shows women exercising their right to vote.

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Issuing volume: 125 000 coins

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Description: The design represents a stylized map of Finland. The left-hand side bears the lettering ‘WELL-BEING’ in Finnish and Swedish. The year of issuance ‘2023’ is slightly on the left-hand side in the middle of the coin. At the bottom is the indication of the issuing country ‘FI’. At the right hand-side is the mintmark of the Mint of Finland. The coin’s outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European flag.

Issuing volume: 400 000 coins

10,00 €
The Frankfurt Constitution or Constitution of St. Paul's Church, officially named the Constitution of the German Empire of 28 March 1849, was an unsuccessful attempt to create a unified German nation state in the successor states of the Holy Roman Empire organised in the German Confederation. Adopted and proclaimed by the Frankfurt Parliament after the Revolutions of 1848, the constitution contained a charter of fundamental rights and a democratic government in the form of a constitutional monarchy. King Frederick William IV of Prussia was designated head of state as "Emperor of the Germans", a role he rejected. The constitution is called by its more common names in order to distinguish it from the Constitution of the German Empire enacted in 1871 and initiated by Otto von Bismarck.

Issuing volume: 30 000 000 coins

Issuing date: January 2023

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Issuing volume: 56 000 coins
The Law of 8 July 1974 n. 59 "Declaration of citizens' rights and of the fundamental principles of the San Marino legal system" certainly represented a very significant moment in the political and institutional life of the Republic. For the first time, after the Arengo of 1906, the principles of the separation of powers, defined the tasks of the Regency, of the Great and General Council, of the Congress of State and of the judiciary, were enshrined in a supranational law, confirming their respective autonomy and independence. Law No. 59 of 8 July 1974 affirmed the fundamental and inviolable rights of citizens, while identifying the basic canons placed in support of a free and democratic community, which has its roots in centuries of history of independence and now projected towards a future of progress and peace, which sees it as part
albeit small but significant
of the international community. The hierarchy of sources of law is laid down in detail; the principles set out in the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms are recognised at constitutional level; the College guarantor of the constitutionality of the norms is established.
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