Vatican Euro Coins "Numismatic Programme 2013"

 
 
· Coin Card 2013 - Michelangelo

· Euro Coin Set BU Version
· Euro Coin Set Proof Version with 20 Euro silver Coin: 200 Years since the birth of Giuseppe Verdi
· Euro Coin Set Proof Version with 50 Euro Gold Coin: 200 Years since the birth of Richard Wagner
 
· 2 euro commemorative coin : XXVIII World Youth Day - Rio De Janeiro
 
· 5 Euro silver commemorative coin: XLVI World Peace
· 10 Euro silver commemorative coin: 50 World Day for Vocations
· 20 gold commemorative coin: The High Priest of the Renaissance: Julius II
· 50 Euro gold commemorative coin: The Renaissance popes: Leo X
· 100 euro gold coin: The Sistine Madonna
· 200 euro gold coin: the theological virtues of hope
 
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Comment by TomasV on October 31, 2012 at 9:54

Ioannis: I wrote diractly to order.ufn @ scv.va

 

Ar1us: But not only microstates. What about Portugal, Malta, this year France... They know huge interest in CC coins and they issue such quantities...

 

On the other hand I consider mintage 115k/Vatican or 130k/San Marino as adequate. And the price 15 EUR per BU coin in folder alike.

Comment by Ioannis Roussos on October 30, 2012 at 22:28

Dear TomasV can you provide the contact information to try my changes?

of course i agree that you are right about the mintage rules i hope that one day they will become in force. Hoever we should not see too many coins because then their value will drop

 

Thanks anyway for the support

Comment by Ar1us on October 30, 2012 at 17:16

Tomas:

It was a huge mistake of the ECB to allow the microstates speculate and profiteer on the euro. The absolutely hilarious volume of issuance (repeatedly year after year) speaks by itself.

The rule for issuing commemorative coins should have included a MINIMUM volume, so these would not become means products of speculation. The microstates, whose allowance for issuing money is limited (in proportional to their economy), should have to omit years so that to accumulate for the desired volume. 

Comment by TomasV on October 30, 2012 at 9:44

Ioannis:

I wrote to UFN Vatican first time on 09/2009 that I would like to buy some coins from their office. They answered that registrations for the numismatic section have been stopped and will not open for the next two years.

Next I wrote them on 07/2011 and asked if something had changed since my previous contact. And answer was that they are able to register me now and asked me to provide my address and phone Nr.

 

So in my case it was quite easy and it took "only" 22 months and 2 emails. Probably somebody in UFN was in good mood that day in July :-)

Comment by Fedone70 on October 29, 2012 at 22:18

in fact, as long as they do not increase the circulation do not accept new registrations,at the moment are blocked.


It took me five years to get in and every 6 months I sent a letter ....
keep trying.

Comment by Ioannis Roussos on October 29, 2012 at 21:31

Thank you Arius it is cheaper to buy it in Greece

 

Thanks any way i was hoping for a different policy....

Comment by euroHOBBY on October 29, 2012 at 21:00
Comment by Ar1us on October 29, 2012 at 20:56

Hi Ioannis.... 

Yes... Bye a ticket from Ryan Air... Patras - Rome.... Visit the Museo Vaticano.... That's it....

Actually, they will politely answer any e-mail you send, and they will lie to you that their e-store will be online soon.... Actually, the only way to get thair coins is to visit the Museo vaticano or contact a merchant.

Comment by petito on October 29, 2012 at 20:56

Please wait:

2 euro commemorative coin : XXVIII World Youth Day - Rio De Janeiro

Comment by Ioannis Roussos on October 29, 2012 at 20:38
Hi does anyone know a way to contact them?

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