January 2011 Blog Posts (53)

Monaco €2 commemorative coin 2011??

 

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According to the website zwei-euro.com "Everything is indicating that the Principality of…

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 6, 2011 at 19:30 — 3 Comments

Estonia Euro Changeover Day 5

Thanks to careful preparations, the changeover is proceeding smoothly and according to plan. No major problems have been encountered so far and banks, post offices and retailers are generally coping well with the extra workload, although there have been some queues in banks and post offices during the first week-days of the changeover.



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Added by euroHOBBY on January 6, 2011 at 17:35 — No Comments

France €2 CC 2011 - The 30th anniversary of the Music Day (Fête de la musique)

France this year will issue another 2 euro commemorative coin. The coin will be dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the music day (Fete de la musique). It will issue 10 million coins, 20, 000 will be sold as BU price €10 and another 10,000 as proof, price €20

 

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 5, 2011 at 20:30 — 17 Comments

Estonian Map includes Part of Russia?

The country’s map on euro coins has happened to fail to correspond to the actual outline of national territory, which comprises part of Russia. According to the Interfax news agency, an Estonian human rights activist Sergei Seredenko has notified the Russian ambassador to Tallinn Yuri Merzliakov of this. In 2005 parliament ratified a bilateral treaty on the border…

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 5, 2011 at 15:00 — 5 Comments

Change on the German euro coins from 2013?

 

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…

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Added by Marcell Manfai on January 5, 2011 at 0:30 — 8 Comments

Germany 2011 €2 CC that Didnt Make It!

The above are some of the designs that were submited for the German €2 commemorative coin 2011 however they were not chosen - the design that was chosen is this

 

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 4, 2011 at 16:49 — 3 Comments

Estonia Collectors' Coins 2011

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The Governor of the Eesti Pank (Central Bank of Estonia) yesterday signed the order to issue the first Estonian gold and silver coins to be denominated in euro. These coins should be available in around 2-3 weeks time. We will let you know as soon as we have more…
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Added by euroHOBBY on January 4, 2011 at 13:00 — 10 Comments

Estonia Euro Changeover Day 3

According to a survey carried out on the third changeover day, the

majority of those who paid with cash on Monday 3 January still paid with

kroons (56 %), in order to use the old currency in shops rather than

having to go to a bank or a post office to exchange them. However, 30 %

of those polled already paid in euro only (some also paid with a mix… Continue

Added by euroHOBBY on January 4, 2011 at 12:40 — No Comments

Estonia Euro Changeover Day 2

The changeover is proceeding smoothly. Thanks to careful preparations, the start of the changeover has been successful. No major problems have been encountered so far and banks and retailers were generally coping well with the firstdays of the changeover. At the end of the second changeover day, 26 % of those polled already paid in euro only, which is…

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 3, 2011 at 19:13 — No Comments

2013 €2 Germany - Baden-Württemberg Maulbronn Abbey

Today Germany reviled the design that will appear on the €2 commemorative coin from the series States to be issued in 2013. The coin is dedicated to the Baden-Wurttemberg and will depict the Maulbronn Abbey

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 3, 2011 at 15:12 — 2 Comments

Euro Collectors from Estonia



as of today, the euroHOBBY website has 38 members from Estonia

you can search for these members here

http://myeurohobby.eu/profiles/members/search?name=&country=EE&location=

Added by euroHOBBY on January 2, 2011 at 20:39 — No Comments

Estonia Euro Coins: Rarest Standard Coins

Estonia minted 194 million euro coins showing the geographical map of Estonia. This makes the Estonian euro coins the rarest out of the 17 standard coins. Malta, the smallest member of the eurozone in 2008 had minted 200 million coins, thereby, minted 6 million coins more than Estonia

Added by euroHOBBY on January 1, 2011 at 22:47 — 2 Comments

Estonia 17th Member of the Eurozone







Today Estonia became the 17th European state to adopt the euro. The above picture shows the prime minister of Estonia withdrawing the first banknote (€20), marking the introduction of the euro. From now one watch out your pockets to see if you find any Estonian euro coins and if you do let us know in this topic

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Added by euroHOBBY on January 1, 2011 at 10:57 — No Comments

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