As you may know, the EU has strict regulations about euro coins. An abbreviation or the name of the issuing country must be included on every coin and the denomination must not appear on the reverse. Currently, Austria, Germany and Greece does not comply. Finland changed its design in 2007 and Belgium did so in 2008.
The EU also tries to…Continue
Amateur Hungarian euro coin proposals
Hungary, a Central European country entered the EU in 2004. Its original accession date to the eurozone was 2008, as planned in 2003, later it became 2010. But both failed due to the high deficits. Since 2006, Hungary doesn't have a target date.
The chances of the…Continue
Amateur proposal of an Andorran euro
Andorra, a landlocked country between France and Spain, never had its own currency. It used the French franc (FRF) and the Spanish peseta (ESP) until the introduction of the euro in 2002,…Continue