Vatican 2€ commemorative coin 2021 - 450th Anniversary of the Bith of Caravaggio

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On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the creation of UNICEF, MdP has decided to create a €2 Commemorative coin to support it. For every 2€ BE or BU collector coin purchased, MdP will donate 2€ to UNICEF. The obverse of the coin presents the earth in the form of a puzzle, a metaphor that represents the link that binds us together. Two children's hands surround the globe and remind us of UNICEF's commitment to children around the world. An olive branch, a symbol of peace, is present on the left side, a nod to the UNICEF logo.

Mintage: 7 500 000


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On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the creation of UNICEF, MdP has decided to create a €2 Commemorative coin to support it. For every 2€ BE or BU collector coin purchased, MdP will donate 2€ to UNICEF. The obverse of the coin presents the earth in the form of a puzzle, a metaphor that represents the link that binds us together. Two children's hands surround the globe and remind us of UNICEF's commitment to children around the world. An olive branch, a symbol of peace, is present on the left side, a nod to the UNICEF logo.

Mintage: 7 500 000 coins, 10 000 coin cards


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Feature: The 100th anniversary of the Grand Duke Jean

Description: The design depicts on the left hand side the effigy of the Grand Duke Jean and on the right hand side the effigy of the Grand Duke Henri. Close to each effigy, the respective name of the Grand Duke is specified, as well as the year of birth ‘1921’ of the Grand Duke Jean. Below the effigies, an outline of Luxembourg city is represented. At the left, the text ‘GROUSSHERZOGE VU LËTZEBUERG’ designating also the issuing country is depicted in circular form. The year-date ‘2021’ is shown at the bottom right. The coin’s outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European flag.

Issuing volume: 160 000 coins

Issuing date: January 2021
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After the First World War, Belgium and Luxembourg established the Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union (BLEU) as a customs union, one of the most important measures being the linking of the Belgian and Luxembourg franc. The exchange rates of the two currencies were the same from the end of World War II until they were replaced by the euro in 2002. The treaty establishing the BLEU was signed on 25 July 1921 in Brussels. On 23 May 1935, the BLEU treaty was supplemented by three other treaties, amended in 1963: (a) the treaty on financial and monetary affairs; (b) the agreement establishing common rules for the regulation of imports, exports and transit; (c) the treaty establishing a special income community with regard to excise duties on alcohol.
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