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Euro coins must still have a common reverse side, so only the national obverse sides may be varied. Also, the standard national obverse sides per se should not be changed before at the earliest, unless the head of state depicted on some coins changes before then.
Further regulations restrict the frequency and number of commemorative coin issues. The total number of such coins put into circulation per year should not surpass the higher of the following two numbers: Another decision added two more guidelines regarding the design of the coins.
The state issuing a coin should in some way clearly be identified on the obverse side, either by stating the full name or a clearly identifiable abbreviation of it; and neither name nor the denomination of the coin should be repeated on the obverse, as it is already featured on the common reverse side.
However, the five countries whose designs violated the first update to the rules Austria , Belgium , Finland , Germany and Greece initially were assumed to have to change their design in the future, which Finland did for  and Belgium for Another decision changed the rules again: Belgium was forced to change its design back to show the original portrait of its monarch, because the update to follow the recommendations also updated the portrait, which was against the rules.
The Belgian coins from onwards show the original royal portrait of , but otherwise keep the new coin design as far as the country identification and year mark are concerned.
These provisions additionally prohibit further sede vacante sets of coins by the Vatican City, allowing only commemorative coins for such occasions.
Spain updated their design from onwards to meet the new rules, leaving Austria, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg and Slovenia in breach of them still.
Issued designs are made public in the Official Journal of the European Union. The three micro-states which also use the euro due to an official agreement with the European Union Monaco , San Marino and the Vatican City did not issue this coin, as they are not member states of the European Union.
However, some member states of the European Union which had not yet introduced the euro also took part in this program.
The method used multi-view-minting was even more sophisticated than the one used in , as portraits of the Grand Duke from the left and the right could be seen, depending on which way one tilted the coin.
Although the design is the same as the common issue , the coin is issued as national coinage since common side issues are restricted to EU member states.
The coin's outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag. Germany started the commemorative coin series Die 16 Bundesländer der Bundesrepublik Deutschland The 16 States of the Federal Republic of Germany in , which will continue until The year in which the coin for a specific state is issued coincides with that state's Presidency of the Bundesrat.
It was because in , Germany is going to mint coin to commemorate 70 years since the constitution of the Federal Council. Originally, the designs for the following states were different: The series is similar to the United States ' 50 State Quarters series, which saw fifty coins issued for its fifty constituent states, five per year between and A separate program saw six coins issued in for the District of Columbia and five territories of the United States.
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Summer Olympics in Athens The Discobolus a classical Greek sculpture by Myron is depicted in the centre of the coin. The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design.
Fifth Enlargement of the European Union in The coin's design resembles a stylised pillar from which ten sprouts grow upwards.
This is a metaphorical theme: The ten sprouts represent the growth of the European Union i. The twelve stars of the European Union adorn the outer ring together with the year mark, which is at the top of the ring.
Effigy and Monogram of Grand Duke Henri. On the left side of the centre part of the coin, the effigy of Grand Duke Henri is depicted, looking to the right.
The right side displays his monogram the letter H topped with a crown. The twelve stars of the European Union are also on the right side of the inner part, surrounding the monogram in a semicircular form.
Fifth Decade of the World Food Programme. In the centre of the coin is a globe , tilted to the right. Three ears emerge from behind the globe, reaching out to cross the outer ring; these are maize , rice and wheat , representing the world's basic sources of nourishment.
The letters R and I , superimposed over one another, are to the right of the globe representing Repubblica Italiana , and below them are the engraver 's Uliana Pernazza initials a combination of the letters U and P.
The mint mark R is to the upper left of the globe, the year mark is below it, and the twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring, grouped into three batches of four stars each, separated by the three ears.
The central piece of this coin is a bust of the famous historian and numismatist Bartolomeo Borghesi. It is surrounded by numerous inscriptions in the centre of the coin: On the outer ring, the coin displays the twelve stars of the European Union and the year mark bottom centre.
The central part of the coin depicts a schematic representation of the perimeter walls of the Vatican City with St. In the centre of the coin, the effigies of the Grand Dukes Henri and Adolphe are displayed, both looking to the right, with Henri's superimposed on Adolphe's.
The engraver's initials LL are in the lower right, while the year mark is below the effigies. On the outer circle, the twelve stars of the European Union are displayed, along with the mint mark on the bottom, the monogram of Grand-Duke Henri to the left and the monogram of King Albert II to the right.
The centre of the coin displays Don Quixote holding a lance , with the windmills from one of his most well-known escapades in the background. The outer ring contains the twelve stars of the European Union.
World Year of Physics The centre of the coin contains a free interpretation of the allegorical painting of Galileo Galilei known as La fisica antica or The Study of the Planets.
The year mark is inscribed below a globe standing on a desk. The mint mark R is to the left of the image, while the engraver's initials LDS appear on the right.
The outer ring bears the twelve stars of the European Union which are separated by the outer edges of a stylised atom depicted in the background of the entire coin.
The centre of the coin contains part of a jigsaw puzzle showing a dove of peace. The twelve stars of the European Union adorn the outer ring.
The centre of the coin features Europa and the bull Zeus , together with the European Constitution; Europa is holding a pen over it, symbolising its signing.
The mint mark R is to the upper left of the image, the engraver's Maria Carmela Colaneri initials MCC to the lower left, and the year mark is to the upper right.
The monogram of the Italian Republic RI is at the bottom of the centre part, slightly to the left. The centre of the coin contains the Cologne Cathedral and a comet passing by above it.
Winter Olympics in Turin The coin depicts a racing skier and the visitor attraction of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana which incidentally is also depicted on the Italian 2 cent coin , together with a large number of inscriptions: The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin.
The coin depicts the effigy of Grand Duke Henri on the right side of the inner part, superimposed on the effigy of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume on the left side; both are looking to the right.
The year mark appears below the effigies, flanked by the letter S and the mint mark. The mint mark is to the left, while the designer's initials HH are to the right.
Renovation of the Atomium in Brussels. The coin shows the Atomium in the centre part, with the mint marks to the lower right and left of it.
The designer's initials LL are to the left. The letter B for Belgium is written at the top of the outer ring, and the year mark at the bottom; the twelve stars of the European Union are positioned between the year mark and the inscription at the top, in two groups of six stars each.
The coin shows two stylised faces in the centre part, one male and the other female; they are separated by a thin curved line.
Two capital "M"s appear to the left of each face, one of them the mint mark and the other one the artist's initial.
On the left side, the date of the introduction of universal and equal suffrage in Finland 1 October is inscribed, while the right side of the coin contains the year mark and the country abbreviation 20 FI The centre part of the coin features a member of the Swiss Guard taking his oath on the flag of the Swiss Guard, facing the right side.
The guard is surrounded by four other inscriptions, with the year and the signature of the designer O.
The centre part of the coin shows a representation of Schwerin Castle. The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin, with the year mark inscribed at the top of the outer ring.
The inner part of the coin design is divided into two halves: Between the Grand Ducal Palace and the outer ring of the coin, the year mark is inscribed vertically, with the engraver's initials above and the mint mark below.
On the right hand side, the mintmark R , the year mark and the initials of the engraver M. Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The inner part of the coin shows a cork oak Quercus suber taking up most of the coin's design; under the branches, on the left hand side, is the coat of arms of Portugal and on the right hand side the word POR TU GAL written over three lines.
On the inner part of the coin there is an effigy of Grace Kelly in profile, facing to the left. MONACO , the mint mark, the year mark and the engraver's mark are engraved in an arc at the bottom right of the inner part.
The name of the artist R. The inner circle of the coin features a portrait of Giuseppe Garibaldi. The centre part of the coin shows nine people rowing a boat with long oars.
The year mark and the year when Finland became independent appear on the top and the bottom of the design respectively. The mint mark appears on the left side, and the inscription FI on the right side.
The year mark and the name of the issuing country are inscribed below the design, and the twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin.
The location of the mint mark and the engraver's initials, if they are shown differs between the thirteen different versions. Michaelis Church Hamburg Third of the Bundesländer series.
The inner part of the coin shows St. Michaelis Church in Hamburg. To the right of the church are the engraver's stylised initials OE and above it towards the centre the mint mark.
The inner part of the coin shows, in the foreground on the left side the effigy of Grand Duke Henri looking to the right and in the background on the right side the picture of Berg Castle.
The year mark is flanked by the mint mark and the mint master mark of the engraving workshop at the top of the coin. European Year of Intercultural Dialogue.
The inner part of the coin represents the different cultures of the five regions within the European continent, symbolized by five human silhouettes and the sacred texts of the different communities.
Arched inscriptions complete the design: The inner part of the coin shows curved lines around a rectangle marked with the figure The mint marks appear to the left and right of the design respectively.
French Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The inner part of the coin features the Portuguese coat of arms at the top, above the name of the issuing country PORTUGAL , the year mark and a geometric design in the bottom half of the centre.
Duarte INCM in very small characters. The inner part of the coin depicts the conversion of Saint Paul on the road to Damascus with the city visible in the background ; the saint, dazzled by a light from the sky, falls from his rearing horse.
Two inscriptions are engraved around the portrait: Beneath the portrait are the initials of the engraver Luciana De Simoni , L.
The inner part of the coin depicts a human figure seen through a heart-shaped hole in a stone wall. The indication of the issuing country FI , the letter K initial of the artist Tapio Kettunen and the mint mark appear at the bottom of the design.
The coin shows the effigy of Grand Duke Henri on the left hand side of its inner part, superimposed on the effigy of the Grand Duchess Charlotte, both looking to the left.
Ludwigskirche in Saarbrücken Saarland Fourth of the Bundesländer series. The inner part of the coin depicts the Ludwigskirche in Saarbrücken.
European Year of Creativity and Innovation. The inner part of the coin depicts objects representing scientific research: On the left are the three emblematic feathers of the Republic of San Marino.
On the right the mint mark and year mark are shown. The inner part of the coin shows a gymnast swirling a long ribbon.
In a semicircle at the bottom the legend 2. The year mark appears above the gymnast's head, to the left.
The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin on a background of concentric circular lines.
The inner part of the coin features a portrait of Louis Braille between his initials L and B in the Braille alphabet that he designed.
To the left and right respectively are the mint mark and the mint master mark. The inner part of the coin depicts a hand reading an open book by touch.
The issuing country reference RI is at the top right, while the mint mark R is at the bottom right. Braille's name is written under the book in the Braille alphabet that he invented.
The inner part of the coin depicts a stylised bell made up of a series of keys. This recalls the demonstration on 17 November , when marching citizens shook their keyrings to make a jangling sound.
This marked the beginning of the Velvet Revolution. The design is surrounded above by the legend International Year of Astronomy. The inner part of the coin depicts an allegory of the birth of the stars and planets together with several astronomical instruments.
The mint mark R is situated in the bottom left quadrant and the year mark is at the bottom. The inner part of the coin depicts the profile of the Porvoo Cathedral , which was the site of opening of the first Diet of Finland.
The date appears on the top, and the year mark is on the right side. The indication of the issuing country FI and the mint mark are on the left side.
The name s of the issuing country in the national language s appear s at the top, while the indication — and the acronym EMU translated into the national language s appear at the bottom.
The final design of the coin was chosen by electronic voting from 31 January to 22 February , with the result announced on 25 February The designs were pre-selected by the national mint directors of the eurozone.
Arms of the Grand Duke. The inner part of the coin depicts, on the left, a portrait of Grand Duke Henri facing towards the right, and on the right, the Coat of Arms of the Grand Duke, above which the year mark is shown between mint marks, overlapping slightly into the outer ring.
The inner part of the coin features the Bremen City Hall, with the Roland a statue in the foreground. The mint mark appears at the top left. The initials of the artist Bodo Broschat are at the very bottom, just below the statue.
The initial of the issuing country D and the year mark are inserted at the top and bottom of the outer ring of the coin respectively, where the twelve stars of the European Union surround the design.
The inner part of the coin shows a detail of the portrait of the Italian statesman in the centre, the inscriptions CAVOUR and RI on the left, and the mint mark, the dates and and the initials of the artist Claudia Momoni C.
Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The inner part of the coin shows the stylised letters EU and trio.
Underneath the logo, the mint mark is displayed to the left of the year mark, and the mint master's mark to the right.
Appeal of 18 June. The inner part of the coin shows General Charles de Gaulle , in uniform and bareheaded, at a microphone typical of the time, reading the Appeal, in which the name of the country RF is inserted.
The inner part of the coin depicts "Pleasure", a detail of one of the three dancing Graces, freely inspired by the painting Primavera by Sandro Botticelli.
The inner part of the coin features a shepherd drawing a lamb from a lion's maw. Two inscriptions are engraved around the design: The year mark is displayed to the left of the design, the mint mark at the bottom and the artist's name VEROI to the right.
Currency Decree of granting Finland the right to issue banknotes and coins. The design consists on the left side of a stylised lion figure from the coat of arms of Finland and the year mark, and on the right side of the mint mark and a set of numbers symbolising coin values.
At the bottom the issuing country is indicated by the inscription FI. The bird on the shield symbolises the birth of western civilization in its present form.
The inner part of the coin depicts Erasmus writing his book and the effigy of Beatrix of the Netherlands. Between these two images, the inscription Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden vertically written , the year mark, the mint master mark and the mintmark appear.
The design shows the Cologne cathedral in its entirety, as a masterpiece of the Gothic architecture , emphasizing the beauty of the south portal.
The mint mark is located in the right upper part of the centre, with the artist Heinz Hoyer 's initials in the right part of the centre.
The year mark and the letter D for Deutschland are placed between the stars in the outer part of the coin, at the bottom and top, respectively. The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin .
The inner part of the coin depicts Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg on the right-hand side looking to the left, and superimposed on the effigies of Jean, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg.
The year mark , surrounded by the mint mark and the mintmaster mark, appears at the top. The name of the person depicted is written below the respective effigy.
The design shows an image of the Patio de los Leones in the Alhambra in Granada. The design shows on the left side the image of Franc Rozman — Stane with a five-pointed star below him.
The coin displays the effigies of Isala Van Diest , the first female Belgian doctor, and Marie Popelin , the first female Belgian lawyer. POPELIN are written under the effigies, separated by the year mark, and above the inscriptions are the symbols of their respective professions the Rod of Asclepius and the Scales of Justice.
Above the effigies are the inscription BE , the mint master mark and the mint mark. The inner part of the coin shows three Italian flags in the wind, representing the three anniversaries , and and illustrating a link between generations; this is the logo of the th anniversary of Italian unification.
There are a number of inscriptions: The inner part of the coin depicts a cheerful crowd with the stylized image of a musical instrument and notes floating in the air symbolizing the atmosphere of celebration on the Day of Music, which has been celebrated in France every summer solstice since The centre of the coin shows the symbol of the Games, a radiant sun, the "source of life that underlines the excellence and power of the athlete that takes part in the Games".
The inner part of the coin shows a detail from the painting Judith and Holofernes by Giorgio Vasari. At the bottom are the dates — , with the inscription G.
Vasari and the mint mark on the left and the inscriptions San Marino and C. Wedding of Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock. The inner part of the coin shows the effigies of Prince Albert and Charlene Wittstock in the centre; the inscription MONACO and the yearmark are at the bottom, with the mint mark and the mint engraver's mark flanking the inscription.
The inscription Portugal appears underneath, and his name above. The years and appear are to the left and right of the central image, respectively.
The centre of the coin shows a whooper swan the Finnish national bird. The swan's wing separates the years at the bottom right and at the centre left.
The letter V in the left armpit of the swan stands for the surname of the designer Hannu Veijalainen. At the bottom of the inner ring, the inscription FI and the mint mark are shown.
First election of representatives in First of the constitutional history series. The centre of the coin depicts a hand putting a vote into a ballot box.
There are two inscriptions: The inner part of the coin shows three young people and two flags, as well as the mint mark and the year mark.
The design by Erich Ott and shows the most famous view of Neuschwanstein Castle. The design shows the view from the east as visitors see it during their ascent to the castle, with the gatehouse in the foreground and the medieval-style towers and turrets.
The panoramic mountain situated behind the castle are also depicted, as the castle sits on a cliff overlooking the Pöllatschlucht.
The mint mark is to the right, the initials of the artist on the left side. The year mark appears between the 3 lowest stars on the outer ring.
The inner part of the coin depicts Grand Duke Henri looking to the right on the left side, superimposed on Grand Duke William IV, looking to the right.
In front of the effigies, the outline of the city of Luxembourg appears as a background. The inner part of the coin portrays a view of the Burgos Cathedral.
The inner part of the coin depicts the emblem of the Queen Elisabeth Competition superimposed on the effigy of Queen Elisabeth, looking to the left, flanked on the left and right respectively by the mark of the mint master and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the Archangel Michael.
The nationality 'BE' is indicated to the right of the portrait of the Queen. The euro sign is in the centre of the coin. The design elements around the euro symbol on the coin express the importance of the euro to the people, to the financial world ECB tower , to trading ships , to industry factories , to the energy sector and to research and development wind power stations.
The outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European flag. During the second phase, running from 29 May until 9 June , the public was asked to choose the actual designs for the euro coins from the four mock ups produced by the designer.
The three designs with the highest number of votes would then become the final design for the Maltese face of the euro coin set.
The results of the second round were Maltese cross , followed by the Coat of arms of Malta and the Mnajdra Temples.
On 23 October , the designs were officially published in the Official Journal of the European Union. Malta joined the Eurozone in and they have minted several collectors' coins in silver and gold.
This is mainly done as a legacy of old national practice of minting gold and silver coins. These coins are not intended to be used as means of payment, so they do not circulate.
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