From 23 May, a limited number of complete sets of rolled Finnish 2011 circulation euro coins will be available for sale from the Mint of Finland website. All Finnish 2011 circulation euro coins in roll wrappers will be availabe. The coin rolls are one of the Mint's most sought after products. Especially popular among collectors, Mint of Finland offers the rolls for the first time in its outlet store. The case contains one roll of each of the Finnish euro circulation coins. Rolls of the elusive Finnish one and two cent coins are also included in the roll case.

 

Updated - 23.MAY.2011

is now for sale for €195

http://www.suomenrahapaja.fi/eng/commemorative-and-collector-coins/...

 

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Comment by euroHOBBY on May 23, 2011 at 19:59
Comment by euroHOBBY on May 22, 2011 at 14:11

sorry about standard coins i  dont know

for instance in malta you can get standard coins either from the central bank but have to pay a % charge on their face value but you would get them in mint condition - or else from commercial banks, again have to pay a charge and you would only get used coins and mixed with other countries' coins

Comment by Illioplius on May 22, 2011 at 13:58
Probably yes, but I am talking not just about commemoratives.
Comment by euroHOBBY on May 22, 2011 at 10:25
usually i ask the locals but you have to be there in the period or few weeks after the coins are issued otherwise they will be sold out
Comment by Illioplius on May 21, 2011 at 22:42
How do I know what banks are authorised or branches of the central bank?
Comment by euroHOBBY on May 21, 2011 at 20:45
usually from branches of the central bank or authorized banks - last i did it in Slovenia for €2 Botanic Garden had to pay only 50eur per roll
Comment by Illioplius on May 21, 2011 at 20:09

Exactly. :) I enjoy paying with shiny and uncommon coins. People whom I pay are sometimes surprised and pleased as they see a coin they have seen never before (I am talking especially about Estonian ones). I just hope they will pass those coins along.

Where do you buy coin rolls when you are abroad? In common banks?

Comment by euroHOBBY on May 20, 2011 at 17:39
usually i do that with 2 euro commemorative coins - when i go abroad I always take some rolls with me from Malta and then bring back from the country that i visit and use them for normal buying - there are lot of people that collect these coins and would be happy to find one in circulation
Comment by Illioplius on May 20, 2011 at 17:25

I would like to buy various rolls of foreign euro coins and pay with them here in Slovakia. It is always interesting to get some uncommon coin in change. I bought one of each Estonian roll and I still pay with them. It would be fine if I got some Finnish, Portuguese, Irish, Maltese, Slovenian or Cypriot rolls for nominal (or almost nominal) value. If somebody knows how to get them, inform me, please.

Comment by numizmatik on May 17, 2011 at 6:35
Anyone remembers for what price were they sold in previous years?

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