Germany Euro Coins 2013 "50 Years of Franco-German Friendship" €2 Commemorative Coin Just Out


 

 

 

Germany Euro Coins - France and Germany right now are in celebration mood as the Pact of Elysee is 50 years old. To commemorate this they have decided to issue a joint 2 euro commemorative coin. This is also the first time in the history of the euro to have a common issue between some member states; in the past common issues were only allowed if it was issued by all the states.

 

The German and French 2 euro coins have the same design, only the French coin will have RF on it for Republique Francaise whereas the German one will have D for Deutschland - they will also have different mint marks.

 

The coin from Germany is out today , 22nd January 2013. Germany minted a total of 11 million coins;

Mint Mark A 2,200,000

Mint Mark D 2,231,000

Mint Mark F 2,640,000

Mint Mark G 1,540,000

Mint Mark J 2,310,000

France minted 10 million and thus the total issuance volume of this joint coin is 21 million.

 

Source

(C) Central Bank of Germany

(C) EuroCollezione - Image Source

(C) Facebook

 

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Comment by Derek Rusalen on January 25, 2013 at 16:05

I'm looking for that coin if someone is interested to a swap....

Comment by euroHOBBY on January 24, 2013 at 11:37

could be - we will know better when it is published in the official journal of the EU

the Elysee coin was published today so the 11 m are confirmed

http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2013:021...

Comment by Igor on January 24, 2013 at 5:08

So Germany has minted 11 million coins, 19 million less than 30 million originally announced. Could it be that the Baden-Württemberg coin will have lower mintage as well?


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