Added by euroHOBBY on December 16, 2013 at 16:00 — No Comments
Today something different for you: Do you like coins? Do you like games? Then this is something for you...
A Nerd's Game is a mind-blowing math quiz for iPhone/iPad/iPodTouch.
There are 99 levels to show your math skills and find out if you are really a nerd. 14 levels are dedicated…
Added by So Many Euros on December 11, 2013 at 20:00 — No Comments
From today 10th December 2013, in Latvia it is possible to buy starter kits containing the new Latvian euro coins. Each resident is allowed to buy up to…Continue
This is the design that will appear on the 2 euro commemorative coin from Luxembourg 2014. It commemorates the 175 years of independence - 500,000 coins will be minted and shall be out in January/February 2014.
Today, 25th November, the Netherlands started to mint the 2 euro commemorative coin "200 years of kingdom". They will start to be placed in circulation as of today. In total, 3.5 million coins will be…Continue
Added by euroHOBBY on November 5, 2013 at 17:25 — No Comments
A special coin to commemorate the grandfather of a whole nation. F. E. Sillanpää was a master of style who brought deep insights about the relationship between people and nature into Finnish literature.
He was awarded the Nobel prize in 1939 based in particular on the works Meek Heritage and The…Continue
Added by euroHOBBY on November 2, 2013 at 22:43 — No Comments
The €2 commemorative coin from Malta, the third in series of five will be officially out on the 28th October - however, dealers were asked to pick up the rolls some days before this date.
The Vatican, on the 15th October has released the €2 commemorative coin "28th World Youth…Continue
Added by euroHOBBY on October 19, 2013 at 13:30 — No Comments
Today, the Dutch mint has revealed the design of the second €2 commemorative coin that will be released by the Netherlands for this year. The coin commemorates the 200 years of the Dutch kingdom - it makes part of a series of coins. This coin is already available for sale from the mint's website and 3,500,000 coins…Continue