Category:Coinage of the Euro Zone

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The eurozone was created in 1999. All of the countries listed below are original members unless otherwise noted. "The eurozone consists of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus (entered 2008), Estonia (entered 2011), Finland, France, Germany, Greece (entered 2001), Ireland, Italy, Latvia (entered 2014), Lithuania (entered 2015), Luxembourg, Malta (entered 2008), the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia (entered 2009), Slovenia (entered 2007), and Spain."[1]

"Commemorative coins with €2 face value have been issued with changes to the design of the national side of the coin. These include both commonly issued coins, such as the €2 commemorative coin for the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, and nationally issued coins, such as the coin to commemorate the 2004 Summer Olympics issued by Greece. These coins are legal tender throughout the eurozone. Collector's coins with various other denominations have been issued as well, but these are not intended for general circulation, and they are legal tender only in the member state that issued them."[1]

This category collects the issues of euro denominated coins starting in 1999.

Source:

  • [1]Wikipedia article on the euro: [[1]]

Pages in category "Coinage of the Euro Zone"

The following 106 pages are in this category, out of 106 total.