Malta €2 2013 "Establishment of Self-Government in 1921" Just Out

 

The €2 commemorative coin from Malta, the third in series of five will be officially out on the 28th October - however, dealers were asked to pick up the rolls some days before this date.

 

(c) RL

 

 

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Comment by Ctirad on October 31, 2013 at 19:37

Hi friends,

anybody received order form from Central bank of Malta - me NOT

Comment by euroHOBBY on October 28, 2013 at 16:36

On 28 October 2013, the Central Bank of Malta will issue a third coin in the series of €2 commemorative coins highlighting milestones in Malta’s Constitutional History.

The theme of this coin is ‘Self-government – 1921’. The coin reverse shows the common €2 side while the obverse (national side) depicts a map of the Maltese islands and a representation of the Maltese population designed by the Maltese artist Ġanni Bonnici.

Malta was granted a form of self-rule by the British government in 1921, in the aftermath of the First World War and the socio-economic hardship it left in its wake. Although Britain retained direct control over various key administrative functions, the new constitution granted Malta increased powers of self-government including an elected Cabinet of Ministers which for the first time became responsible for the administration of local affairs.

The commemorative coin will be issued in circulation quality in rolls of 25 coins each, and a limited number of this coin will also be issued in proof quality. The coins were minted by the Royal Dutch Mint.

The Bank will be contacting all those who have placed their orders to inform them of their allocation, the means of payment and the dates on which they can collect their coins. The coins will be available for collection from the Malta Coins Distribution Centre at the main building of the Central Bank of Malta. For further information, the public is kindly requested to contact the Malta Coins Distribution Centre by an e-mail to mcdc@centralbankmalta.org or by calling (+356) 2550 6006/6007.

(c) http://www.centralbankmalta.org/site/pr1main.asp?ItemID=750

Comment by euroHOBBY on October 27, 2013 at 16:29

as far as i know the bank is gradually emailing all those who had filled an order form

Comment by nikos margaritis on October 27, 2013 at 9:55

AN what happens with us, who ordered the coin directly from c.b.m some months ago? How do things work there?


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