The Central Bank of Cyprus announces the issue of a set of Cyprus euro coins in brilliant uncirculated condition and mint year 2013. This is the fourth in the series of Cyprus euro coin sets dedicated to the mosaics of Paphos, which are included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List. These mosaics decorated the floors of…Continue
The Central Bank of Cyprus just issued a call for designers to design a collectors coin that is planned for next year. The theme for this coin is "Central Bank of Cyprus - 50 Years". The denomination will be €5 and shall be minted in silver, however, they might also issue a old one with same design. The…Continue
The set consists of the Cyprus euro coins with mint year 2012 in brilliant uncirculated condition and the €2 commemorative coin (semi-proof) issued in 2012 on the occasion of ten years of euro banknotes and coins.
The current set is the third in the series of Cyprus euro coin sets dedicated to the mosaics…
It's a composition depicting a daisy enclosed in wavy circles. The daisy is a motif from a “lefkaritiko” lace, the embroidery of Lefkara village. The lefkaritiko…Continue
Cyprus has just issued 200,000 coins of each denomination of the standard coins dated 2010. This year (2011) it has also issued 200,000 coins for each denomination except for the 1c and 5c where it issued 15,200,000 and 30,200,000 respectively. The central bank of Cyprus has also confirmed that in 2012 it will issue another 200,000 coins of each denomination.
Cyprus so far has issued 2 BU sets. The first one dated 2008 and was issued for the euro changeover and the last one in 2009- both sets were minted by the mint of Finland. No coins were issued in 2010. Yesterday, the website numisforum.eu reported that Cyprus this year will issue 2 BU sets one dated 2010 and the other one 2011 - both to be minted by the Hellenic…Continue
Mintage : Silver 5.000 || Gold 750
Added by euroHOBBY on October 15, 2010 at 20:07 — No Comments
€20 banknotes with a serial code starting with G (letter assigned for Cyprus) were found as shown in the images! The only 2 eurozone countries with yet no banknotes containing their assigned letters in circulation are Malta and Slovakia!
more here http://eurocollection.ning.com
Added by euroHOBBY on October 24, 2009 at 13:11 — No Comments