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The $2 Honouring Queen Elizabeth II coin is a solemn tribute to Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022),

Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 28 (mm)
Quality: Unc

The $2 Honouring Queen Elizabeth II coin is a solemn tribute to Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022),
The coin features a black outer ring that surrounds the polar bear design on the reverse, and the effigy on the obverse, to form a symbol of mourning.

Every coin features a dated 2022 and bearing all the design elements of a standard $2 coin with the introduction of a black outer ring that surrounds the polar bear design on the reverse, and the effigy on the obverse, to form a symbol of mourning.
5,00 €
Andorra signed a Monetary Agreement with the European Union on 30 June 2011. As a result, Andorra can use the euro as its official currency and issue its own euro coins. All the coins feature the 12 stars of the European flag.

The €1 coin features Casa de la Vall, the former seat of parliament and a building of cultural and historical interest.
15,00 €
Andorra signed a Monetary Agreement with the European Union on 30 June 2011. As a result, Andorra can use the euro as its official currency and issue its own euro coins. All the coins feature the 12 stars of the European flag.

The €2 coin shows the coat of arms of Andorra with the motto "virtus unita fortior" (virtue united is stronger). Edge-lettering of the €2 coin: 2 **, repeated six times.
9,00 €
Andorra signed a Monetary Agreement with the European Union on 30 June 2011. As a result, Andorra can use the euro as its official currency and issue its own euro coins. All the coins feature the 12 stars of the European flag.

The €2 coin shows the coat of arms of Andorra with the motto "virtus unita fortior" (virtue united is stronger). Edge-lettering of the €2 coin: 2 **, repeated six times.
The €1 coin features Casa de la Vall, the former seat of parliament and a building of cultural and historical interest.
The 10, 20 and 50 cent coins show the Romanesque church of Santa Coloma
The 1, 2 and 5 cent coins show a Pyrenean chamois and a golden eagle.
29,00 €
Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 25 (mm)
Quality: Unc
loose coin

As an era comes to a close, the new effigy of His Majesty King Charles III will assume its place on the obverse for Australia's legal tender coins. in keeping centuries-old tradition, as the successor, the effigy of His Majesty facing left. the opposite direction from his predecessor.
7,00 €
Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,6 g
Diameter: 20,5 (mm)
Quality: Unc

As an era comes to a close, the new effigy of His Majesty King Charles III will assume its place on the obverse for Australia's legal tender coins. in keeping centuries-old tradition, as the successor, the effigy of His Majesty facing left. the opposite direction from his predecessor.
9,00 €
Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 27,13 (mm)
Quality: Unc

As we focus our attention on commemorating the reign of Queen Elizabeth II (1952-2022), the Mint will not be issuing any 2023-dated Canadian circulation coins featuring both the traditional reverse designs and an obverse featuring Queen Elizabeth II.
3,00 €
Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Quality: Unc
Mintage: 100 000 sets

As an era comes to a close, the new effigy of His Majesty King Charles III will assume its place on the obverse for Australia's legal tender coins. in keeping centuries-old tradition, as the successor, the effigy of His Majesty facing left. the opposite direction from his predecessor.
49,00 €
Face value: 10 Yuan
Metal: cipper/nickel
weight: 9,2 g
Diameter: 27 mm
Quality: B.U.

The main design on the reverse is a traditional paper-cutting artistic ox combined. A palace lantern and grains are shown above. The left side is the Chinese word called “Xin Chou”, which is the Chinese traditional year name of 2021, the year of ox. The obverse is patterned with Chinese words of “the People’s Bank of China”, “10 Yuan” and its Pinyin of “SHIYUAN”, and the year “2021”, shading with flowers

8,00 €
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.
45,00 €
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.
15,00 €
Blister packaging,

The €1 and €2 coins depict a cruciform idol from the Chalcolithic period (3000 BC). This characteristic example of the island's prehistoric art reflects Cyprus's place at the heart of civilisation and antiquity.

Featured on the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins is the Kyrenia ship, a trading vessel which dates back to the fourth century BC and a symbol of Cyprus's seafaring history and its importance as a centre of trade.

The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins show the moufflon, a species of wild sheep found on Cyprus and representative of the island's wildlife.
19,00 €
Mintage: 5 000 sets!

The €1 and €2 coins depict a cruciform idol from the Chalcolithic period (3000 BC). This characteristic example of the island's prehistoric art reflects Cyprus's place at the heart of civilisation and antiquity.
Featured on the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins is the Kyrenia ship, a trading vessel which dates back to the fourth century BC and a symbol of Cyprus's seafaring history and its importance as a centre of trade.
The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins show the moufflon, a species of wild sheep found on Cyprus and representative of the island's wildlife.
59,00 €
Official Coin set Brilliant Uncirculated with 8 coins: from 1 cent to 2 euro. Mintage 10 500 sets-

This is the official mint set issued by Andorra. It features all eight of the country's euro coins.

The obverses follow the theme of landscape, nature, flora and fauna of Andorra for the 1-, 2- and 5-cent coins; Romanesque art for the 10-, 20- and 50-cent coins; and the Casa de la Vall (historic Parliament building) for the €1 coin. The coat of arms of the Principality of Andorra is featured on the €2 coin.

Ruben da Silva Carpio’s design of a chamois, a goat-antelope of the Pyrenees, with a bearded vulture in the sky, was selected for the smallest denominations. Pere Moles’ design of the Santa Coloma Church was selected for the 10-, 20-, and 50-cent coins, and Jordi Puy designed the €1 coin
59,00 €
Official coin set "Pope Francis" with 8 coins.

The Mint of the Vatican City State presents the new coin set, composed by 8 coins (2 and 1 Euro, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1 Eurocent), bearing the date 2023. The reverse side is common to all countries, while the obverse shows the coat of arms of Pope Francis, Sovereign of Vatican City State the text “Città del Vaticano” and twelve stars.
99,00 €
Official coin set "Pope Francis" with 8 coins.

The Mint of the Vatican City State presents the new coin set, composed by 8 coins (2 and 1 Euro, 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, 1 Eurocent), bearing the date 2024. The reverse side is common to all countries, while the obverse shows the coat of arms of Pope Francis, Sovereign of Vatican City State the text “Città del Vaticano” and twelve stars.
99,00 €
Official series containing the 8 French circulation coins in Brillant Uncirculated (BU) quality. Celebrating 2024 through Paris and sport, this series presents a view of several of the capital's buildings and architectural symbols.

The series includes the new 50, 20 and 10 euro cent coins designed by Joaquin Jiménez, Engraver General of the Monnaie de Paris. The €1 coin is also minted exclusively for the BU and BE series and will not be minted in circulating quality in 2024.
Following an initial impulse in January 2022 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Euro, in 2024 Monnaie de Paris is changing the design on the french 50, 20 and 10 € cent coins. Historically dedicated to the sower, these three coins will honor three exceptional women. All three pantheonized for their many contributions to France's influence. Constituting three unique designs, these three denominations will enter circulation on January 1 st , 2024, ensuring the continuity of French circulating coins for a minimum of 15 years. France thus joins the select circle of member countries offering a unique design on each denomination, symbolizing the diversity and multiple contributions of the French heritage. The series includes the new 50, 20 and 10 euro cent coins designed by Joaquin Jiménez, Engraver General of the Monnaie de Paris. The €1 coin is also minted exclusively for the BU and BE series and will not be minted in circulating quality in 2024.
75,00 €
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.

9,00 €
This issue from the Bank of Greece consists of all eight standard circulating euro coins with the Greek national reverse.

The coins come delivered in a colorful illustrated blister pack that highlights the city of Olympia.
Issue limit: 7 500 sets

The Minister for the National Economy and the Governor of the Bank of Greece chose the designs for their euro coins from a set of proposals presented by a national technical and artistic committee. The designer of the winning motifs was sculptor Georges Stamatopoulos, sponsored by the Bank of Greece. There is a separate design for each denomination.

2€ coin depicts a scene from a mosaic in Sparta (third century AD), showing Europa being abducted by Zeus, who has taken the form of a bull. Europa is a figure from Greek mythology after whom Europe was named. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: EΛΛHNIKH ΔHMOKPATIA * (Hellenic Republic).

1€ -The image of the owl featured in this design was copied from an ancient Athenian 4-drachma coin (fifth century BC).

50 cent -Eleftherios Venizelos (1864-1936), one of Greece's most prominent political figures, is shown on this coin. He was a pioneer in social reform, a renowned diplomat and played a key role in modernising the Greek state and liberating Northern Greece and the Aegean islands.

20 cent coin commemorates Ioannis Capodistrias (1776-1831), a leading national and European politician and diplomat who became the first Governor of Greece (1830-31) following the Greek War of Independence (1821-27).

10 cent -Rigas Fereos (Velestinlis) (1757-98) is featured on this coin. He was a forerunner and leading figure of the Greek enlightenment, as well as a visionary and herald of Balkan liberation from Ottoman rule.

5 cent -T his coin shows a modern sea-going tanker, reflecting the innovative spirit of Greek shipping.

2 cent - Depicted on this coin is a corvette, a type of ship used during the Greek War of Independence (1821-27).

1 cent -This design features an advanced model of an Athenian trireme, the largest warship afloat for more than 200 years, dating from the time of the Athenian democracy (fifth century BC).
55,00 €
This is a standard coin set including six brilliant uncirculated coins of Japan as well as a special medal featuring this year's oriental zodiac, the Rabbit
39,00 €