a set of regular coins is the 1,2,5,10,20,50 cent + 1 and 2 euro u can find in your wallet.
if they have been used (to pay in stores etc.) they have been in circulation and we call them circulated. If u have got rolls (that u can get a the bank) and take them out (preferably with soft gloves) without using them, they are called UNC or UNCirculated and should be all shiny without any damage.
about the belgian commemorative coins: I have them all in UNC, but there are some special swaps like the 2005 and 2006 (special swap means i want more then just 1 coin in return for it). I also have many that are circulated, I think those from 2008 untill now. these coins I swap 1 for 1 offcourse.
No, I am not looking for a commemorative set. What I want is just the set or collection of the current Latvian euro coins; this is: 1, 2, 5, 10 ,20 and 50 cents coins as well as the 1 and 2 euros ones.
My proposal is to swap them for their face value, so I would give you two of the 2€ Spanish coins that you want. If you agree, please tell me.
If you prefer you can contact me at: xlchm1(a)yahoo.es