Latvia has just presented the first designs of the Latvian euro coins dated 2014. All the other images available are from 2008. The new designs show that the date position for the 1c, 2c, 5c, €1 and €2 has been moved. The change for the €1 and €2 was done to comply with the new EU regulations.
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 obverse of the coin will show the emblem to the Central Bank,…Continue
This is the design that will appear on the Slovakian €2 Commemorative coin dedicated to Advent of the Mission of Constantine and Methodius to the Great Moravia - the 1150th anniversary. The design is very similar to a draft which was suggested for the standard coins of Slovakia which however was not selected (back in 2007/2008).
Latvia is planning to adopt the euro on 1st January 2014. On 6th September 2012 during a meeting with the Employers' Confederation of Latvia it was revealed that Latvia in December 2013 will issues two different types of euro starter kits. One kit will be targeted for residents and will contain the equivalent of €14.29 in euro coins, whereas, the other kit will be…Continue
The European Commission has just issued its annual Standard EuroBarometer survey where all the European Union citizens and people from applicant countries were asked regarding issues affecting the EU. In one of the questions they were asked whether they are in favor or against the European Economic and Monterory Union with One Single Currency, 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 of Paphos which are included in UNESCO’s World Heritage…