Slovenia Euro Coins 2013 "300th Anniversary of the Great Tolmin Peasant Uprising" Collectors Coins

In February 2012 the Bank of Slovenia held a public competition to design commemorative coins to be issued in 2013, with anonymous entries. By the competition closing date of 17 March 2012, it had received 38 designs for collector coin commemorating the 300th Anniversary of the great Tolmin Peasant Uprising.

 

Based on the recommendations of the Commemorative Coins Commission appointed by the Bank of Slovenia and the Ministry of Finance, the Slovenian government decided to award:

First - Jernej Kejžar

Second - Studiobotas

Third - Domen Fras and Malvina Aurelia Lubec

 

This is the design that came second

 

This is the design that came third

25 February 2013 - Just out

Source

Central Bank of Slovenia

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Comment by Fedone70 on February 25, 2013 at 10:11

no coincard. Proof 2 euro this year.

Comment by Michal Cervinka on February 25, 2013 at 9:54

No Slovenian coincards this year?

Comment by euroHOBBY on February 25, 2013 at 9:48

easants in Slovenia rose up against their masters between the 15th and 17th centuries, as their social situation increasingly deteriorated due to wars, various diseases and taxes. The Tolmin Peasant Revolt was the last in a series of peasant uprisings in Slovenia before the reforms of Maria Theresa and Joseph II. It involved the countryside around Tolmin and Gorizia and part of Carniola. What characterised this revolt is that it was not against landowners, but against the government, in response to the new taxes. Since this period also saw a number of natural calamities strike the region, the peasants were no longer able to settle all their debts. The Gorizia County tax collector ordered the arrest of some men from the Tolmin area, enraging the local peasants who, under the leadership of Ivan Gradnik and others, began a revolt. On 27 March 1713 they marched from Tolmin to Gorizia with 500 men to free the imprisoned peasants. The plan was unsuccessful and the peasants dispersed. The following day a mob of 5,000 gathered in the square, cutting the castle off from the town. The peasants were released from prison following negotiations, but not released from their obligation to pay taxes. The peasants were appeased for a time but in May the uprising of Tolmin peasants spread to the Trieste Karst area. The peasants formed an alliance and vowed not to pay any more taxes. Some 3,000 people gathered in Branik and elected their own emperor and governor. The aristocracy turned to the court for help. The court in turn issued an order for the assistance of the infantry and cavalry. Karlovac and Senj sent 600 soldiers who, together with imperial troops, crushed the revolt in the middle of June 1713. The leaders of the revolt and the peasants were arrested and imprisoned in Gorizia Castle, and the revolt was investigated by an imperial commission. A bloody judgement followed. Eleven leaders of the revolt were executed in the main square in Gorizia in April 1714. Others were sentenced to imprisonment or fined, while others still had their property seized.

Source: Tolmin Museum, Tolmin
 
The Republic of Slovenia is issuing collector coins to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Tolmin Peasant Revolt. The coins bear the image of a scythe, flail and fire-tongs, representing the farming implements that the majority of peasants used in their fight.
 
 
Coin designer: Jernej Kejžar, Kranj / Slovenia
Minting: Mincovna Kremnica, š.p., Kremnica / Slovakia
 
 
Gold coin Silver coin
Nominal value: EUR 100
Weight: 7 g
Diameter: 24 mm
Purty: Au 900/1000
Issued:1,500 coins
Price: 320 €
Nominal value: EUR 30
Weight: 15 g
Diameter: 32 mm
Purty: Ag 925/1000
Issued: 2,000 coins
Price: 40 €

Put up for sale: 25 February 2013

Put up for sale: 25 February 2013

 

Collector bi-coloured coin

Nominal value: EUR 3
Weight: 15 g
Diameter: 32 mm
Alloy: disc 75 Cu 25 Ni / ring 78 Cu 20 Zn 2 Ni
Issued: 200,000 coins
Price: 3 €

Put up for sale: 25 February 2013

http://www.bsi.si/en/banknotes-and-coins.asp?MapaId=1548

Comment by euroHOBBY on February 25, 2013 at 9:46

Comment by euroHOBBY on January 31, 2013 at 11:13

4th Feb is the 2 euro commemorative coin

3 euro et al. will be out on the 25th Feb

Comment by Robi from Brussels on January 31, 2013 at 9:58

Not on the 4th of february, as it was previously announced ?

Comment by Marko Porenta on January 30, 2013 at 15:12

it's going to be out at the end of February

Comment by Robi from Brussels on June 12, 2012 at 9:11

Personally I like the design which have been selected.

But it's true the number 2 was more in the typical "Slovenian 3 euro" style.

Comment by DIONYSIS on June 11, 2012 at 20:15

AS I SAID FOR 3E 2012 THE RANGE SHOULD BE 2-3-1.I THINK IT'S WORST EVEN THE 3E 2012.WHY THEY CHOOSE SO SIMPLE DESIGNS WITHOUT ANY PERSCRIPTION OR SCHEMA LIKE 2nd OR 3rd COIN?

Comment by euroHOBBY on June 11, 2012 at 19:17

much better than those for the 2 euro

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