Slovenia Euro Coins - Slovenia has just announced that next year will issue a 2 euro commemorative coin dedicate to the 600th…Continue
Today, 18th June 2012, Slovenia issued its annual BU set. Each set contains the following coins;…Continue
Last year the European Central Bank had announced that Malta, Cyprus, Slovakia and Slovenia will print €5 banknotes - so far these four new…Continue
Deželna banka Slovenije, due to the limited mintage of coin cards containing the Slovenia 2 euro commemorative coin, 10 years euro cash is offering this coin card only to people who had subscribed for numismatic items in 2011 and had also bought the gold and silver coins. If after 30 days from…Continue
The goverment of Slovenia has just announced that the 2 euro commemorative coin that Slovenia will issue in 2013 will be dedicated to the 800 years since the first visit to the Postojna´s Cave. This cave is a 20,570 m long Karst cave system near Postojna, Slovenia. It is…Continue
Slovenia on the 22nd August 2011, issued 2 collector coins to commemorate the World Rowing Championships in Bled, where the world's best rowers will compete. The obverse of the coins will bear an illustration of the wake of a boat and oars, while the reverse will bear the outlines of boats racing across…Continue
The Franc Rozman-Stane €2 commemorative coin that was issued few weeks ago is causing a huge wave of controversies in Slovenia - the nation is divided about this national hero - some consider him as true national hero while others argues that he is only a remnant of ex-Yugoslavia and Communism. The star on the coin also symbolizes Yugoslavia and Communism.
Last Monday, Slovenia issued 2,000 copies of the €2 Commemorative Coin (Proof) packed in a coin card. These cards were sold for customers of the banks who reserved these cards. Will be available to other people only if customers do not buy them all.
The coins distributor bank of Slovenia today just re-confirmed that the Slovenia 2 euro commemorative coin 2011 will be issued next Monday - March 21st.
Slovenia next year like in the previous years will issue a 2 euro commemorative coin and collectors coins (€3, €30 and €100). Next year all the eurozone countries will issue a common 2 euro commemorative coin and it is custom for Slovenia that when a common 2 euro is issued they don't issue another independent one. This will be the same next year -…Continue