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Comment by Chris on April 16, 2010 at 11:10
Hi, I am located in Slovenia and have 3 EUR PP and also 3 EUR Coin Cards in supply. Anyone interested can send me a message. Thank you, Chris
Comment by Illioplius on April 14, 2010 at 19:58
What is so attractive about Slovenian €3 coins?
Comment by Giannis Politidis on April 13, 2010 at 22:58
blaz k

thank you a lot for your offer but i think i just did a mistake..........i bought before, 3 coins one PP for 34 euro and 2 coincards,the one for 37 and the other for 16 euro,i saw yesterday auctions in german ebay and they were sold for 55 euro each one so i thought that it is good price,later i saw in french ebay sb selling coincards for 19,9 euro,great price http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120556401710&...

from the future issues i think that the PP KMS will rise its price a lot
if the price will rise a lot maybe i will need your help with ordering but we will see,thank you anyway.....if sb need sth from greece and i can help say me
Comment by euroHOBBY on April 13, 2010 at 22:54
nice
and yes that is true - these collectors' coins can only be used in Slovenia for normal shopping

€2 commemorative coins and standard coins only can be used anywhere in the Eurozone - of course to avoid confusion!
Comment by Blaz K on April 13, 2010 at 22:47
giannis:

I will try to get both coins and if there is any chance to get additional ones, I could buy them for you and send them.
As for the others PP sets and cards - I'm expecting the same thing, exept 1c-2€ 2010 set.

melitikus:
Yes, they do. But they are extremly rear (couple seenings in all these years but more than TOR, for example), not because they are not out there, but because even complete "unknowns" see the difference and they keep them for souvenir.
Comment by Giannis Politidis on April 13, 2010 at 22:38
i dont really know but i think that they can be used only in slovenia ...............
Comment by euroHOBBY on April 13, 2010 at 22:27
people in Slovenia do they use these €3 for normal shopping?
Comment by Giannis Politidis on April 13, 2010 at 22:26
thank you alot for your answer,i called them today and they said me exactly the same things,i dont know if you are from slovenia and if you can go personally from the bank because to subscribers they can give proof coin and coincards,suddenly i am from greece and i cannot get subscribed to this bank
also they told me that i could buy the commemorative coins but not the PP and coincards which are sold in ebay today for 40 euro each one
the only i would like to ask you is if you that will happen the same with the coincards and the PP set that will be issued on 10 mai??please keep as informed if you learn sth
Comment by Blaz K on April 13, 2010 at 22:14
Today's first hand news:

Apparently (almost) all coincards and PP coins are reserved by collectors, at least for a month. But by the bank representatives there was no rush by them and so the Bank is expecting there will be some left even after may 12. (one month after the selling day).

As I was somehow "left out" without reservation :-/ :-( I left my number and they will call me. But either way, I will check out for myself on 13 may and I will keep you posted.

But my visit was not totaly in vain and I bought 5 coins (UNC, from roll), which is the smallest amount you can buy (they sell them by five only, so: 5, 10, 15,...):


Comment by Giannis Politidis on April 13, 2010 at 15:49
did anybody manage to order the 3 euro coincard and the PP coin from dezelna banka today?i try to contact them and they dont answer to my mails.............

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