Ausgabeprogramm 2011

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Ausgabeprogramm 2011

Beitrag von KME » 8. Oktober 2010 08:28

Neben einem BU- und einem PP-KMS(*) werden wohl noch mindestens eine 10 Euro Silber- und eine Bi-Metall-Münze(**) ausgegeben.
Mögliche Themen(*): 20 Jahre Unabhängigkeit und Tallinn - Kulturhauptstadt Europas
(*) Hét Munten en Bankbiljetten Forum
(**) MONETA FINLANDIAE

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Beitrag von Andilein » 8. Oktober 2010 15:13

Hört sich doch erst einmal gut an .

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2011

Beitrag von dbl » 6. Januar 2011 17:43

:hi:
From Estonian Bank:
Dear Ms xxxx,

There will be an official coin set quite soon and we will also issue two collector coins.

Unfortunately I have no more information to give you today.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2011

Beitrag von Minter1970 » 6. Januar 2011 17:48

Dann bin ich ja mal gespannt wann die auf den Markt kommen.....!

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2011

Beitrag von KME » 24. Januar 2011 10:53

EP hat geschrieben:PRESS RELEASE 24/01/2011
Today Eesti Pank will present the first euro collector coins

Today, 24 January, Eesti Pank will present a collector coin series consisting of two coins, which are dedicated to the changeover to the euro. The series consists of a €10 silver coin decorated with a diamond application and a €20 bimetal coin. A coinset consisting of Estonian euro circulation coins will also be presented.

Because of high interest, the sale of new collector coins and of the new coinset will take place today from 12:00 to 15:00 in the Independence Hall of Eesti Pank (entry through the main entrance of the central bank). Please take an identity document with you when coming to the bank.

The new products will also be sold at the e-store. Starting from Wednesday, 26 January, it is possible to purchase collector coins from the Eesti Pank Museum during its regular opening hours.

The €10 silver collector coin is decorated with a diamond application and named Estonia's future. It shows Kalevipoeg, the hero of the Estonian national epic, and Vanapagan, a character from Estonian folk tales, dancing the national dance Kaerajaan under the blue sky of Estonia. The reverse of the coin displays the denomination €10. The obverse of the silver coin shows the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Estonia, the words EESTI VABARIIK and the year of issue 2011. The silver collector coin has been designed by the sculptor Simson von Seakyl. The coin is of pure silver (Ag 999.9) and of Proof finish quality. It weighs 28.8 grams and is 38.61 mm in diameter. The mintage of the coins is 30,000 and one coin costs €40.

The €20 gold and silver bimetallic collector coin is named Estonia's accession. On the coin the designer has depicted the single currency system as a mechanism of a clock's cogwheels. The reverse of the coin displays the denomination €20. The obverse displays a freely drawn Coat of Arms of the Republic of Estonia, which symbolises Estonia's development. The obverse also shows the words EESTI VABARIIK and the year of issue 2011. The edge lettering shows alloy symbols Ag 999.9 and Au 999.9. The bimetallic coin has been designed by Priit Pärn. The coin is of pure silver (Ag 999.9) and gold (Au 999.9) and of Proof finish quality. It weighs 14.6 grams and is 27.25 mm in diameter. The mintage of the coins is 10,000 and one coin costs €350.

It is possible to buy the collector coins as a boxed set costing €440. The collector coins have been produced by the Mint of Finland Ltd.

A coinset of Estonia's euro coins consisting of eight Estonian euro circulation coins, i.e. one coin from every denomination, will also be presented. It represents Estonia's nature and has been designed by artists Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets. The price of the coinset is €15.

One person can buy up to 5 individual coins, 3 boxed sets and 10 coinsets.

The Eesti Pank Museum (Estonia pst 11) is open from Wednesday to Friday 12:00-17:00 and on Saturdays 11:00-16:00.

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Re: Ausgabeprogramm 2011

Beitrag von Mister Münze » 26. Januar 2011 15:57

EP hat geschrieben:Euro circulation coins can be bought separately and in rolls.
1 euro cents - there are 50 pieces in one roll;
2 euro cents - there are 50 pieces in one roll;
5 euro cents - there are 50 pieces in one roll;
10 euro cents - there are 40 pieces in one roll;
20 euro cents - there are 40 pieces in one roll;
50 euro cents - there are 40 pieces in one roll;
1 euro - there are 25 pieces in one roll;
2 euro - there are 25 pieces in one roll

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