My name is Gert and I have made a website for all euro coin collectors. You can keep an eye over your collection and always quickly look which coins you are missing. It's of course free and mobile friendly. Webpage is in english and in estonian, but if you want to contribute, then I am looking for people who could translate it into other languages.
Take a look at www.coincollector.eu
You have created a nice site, thank you. Where did you get the photos of the coins? They are very good.
I have one or two comments, though:
- Andorra did not issue coins until 2014 - you have it starting in 2011
- Spain has a new design for €1 and €2 this year
- Vatican City issued first series coins in 2005
- where countries did not issue particular coins in certain years, namely Austria, Estonia, Germany, Malta and Monaco, you still have them showing
- presumably you have chosen not to show coins with different mint marks from the same year (e.g. Greece 2002, Germany all years) as different
Thank you very much for your feedback!
I have updated Andorra and Spain coins, but regarding to Vatican City, in the ECB (European Central Bank) page state that the first series were issued between 2002 and 2005. Here's a link to my reference.
I don't have information which countries did not issue particular year but if you have, maybe you can give me that information.
Same issues have one picture. I take them from ECB.
Thanks for updating so quickly. The first series was indeed issued from 2002 to 2005, including 2005, but you only have it up to 2004.
I have a website of photos of the coins issued that should help: www.eurocollection.co.uk
Here are the standard coins that weren't / aren't expected to be issued - 95 so far!
Austria €2 2005, 2007, 2009
Estonia 5c-€2 2012, 2015
Estonia all 2013, 2014
Germany €2 2007, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2015
Malta all 2008
Malta 1c-€1 2009
Monaco 1c-5c 2003
Monaco 10c-€2 2005
Monaco 1c-50c, €2 2007
Monaco all 2008
Monaco 1c-€1 2010, 2011, 2015
Where do you take this information?
From my own website, above, or others, e.g. eurocollezione.altervista.com, Wikipedia (not very up to date) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mon%C3%A9gasque_euro_coins, and printed catalogues such as Leuchtturm, to name a few.
Incidentally it is the fact that it is not set out definitively anywhere as it is a new field for collectors that makes it particularly interesting, and that each country has its own quirks.
Monaco 1c-€1 2011 is mistake. In this year were issued 7000 in mint sets. 1c-1€ weren't issued 2012.
That is my concern that I take some years away and then somebody has those coins. That is why I have all the years showing at the moment. Doesn't ECB have that information?
I did make a mistake, it should have been 2012 for Monaco, not 2011, sorry. I don't think the ECB has this information.
The downside of leaving them in is your statistics will say less than 100% collected when it is impossible to get 100%.
That is true. I'll look into it at the weekend and try to make the exceptions
I made the exceptions, hope it is alright now