2 Euro Sondermünzen 2 Euro Deutschland Sachsen–Anhalt – Magdeburger Dom. Beschreibung: 2 Euromünze aus Deutschland mit dem. - Heute stellte die spanische Münzstätte FNMT-RCM das Motiv der spanischen 2-Euro-Gedenkmünze vor. Das Thema der Münze lautet. Heute wurde das Motiv der slowakischen 2-Euro-Gedenkmünze veröffentlicht. Das Thema der Münze lautet „ Geburtstag von Alexander Dubček“. Auf.
Spanien - 2 Euro MünzenHeute wurde das Motiv der slowakischen 2-Euro-Gedenkmünze veröffentlicht. Das Thema der Münze lautet „ Geburtstag von Alexander Dubček“. Auf. 1/2 Euro: Porträt des (ehemaligen) spanischen Königs Juan Carlos I. bis ; ab Porträt des spanischen. Geburtstag des bekannten Malers Albrecht Dürer. 2 Euro Neuheiten rund ums Mittelmeer. Spanien plant, im Rahmen der Welterbeserie der historischen Altstadt.
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Einerseits steht die portugiesische EU-Ratspräsidentschaft an und andererseits soll nun die ursprünglich für gepnate Euromünze zur Teilnahme an den Olympischen Sommerspielen erscheinen.
Und Slowenien will den Jahrestag der Gründung des Museums von Kranj würdigen. Vorschau auf die 2 Euro Neuheiten Unsere Vorschau auf die 2 Euro Neuheiten steht natürlich noch am Anfang und ist noch lange nicht komplett.
Diese Website benutzt Cookies. Wenn du die Website weiter nutzt, gehen wir von deinem Einverständnis aus. OK Nein. On the right-hand side of the inner part of the coin, in two lines, is the date of the Slovak Republic's accession to the European Union, '1.
Description: The two curves represent the general shape of a carnation, the flower symbolizing the movement, which was also the origin of the revolution's name.
The shape of the letters and numbers is inspired on those used in posters and other political information supports 40 years ago, as a symbol of the euphoric period lived right after the event.
Below these years appears the inscription 'The Great War Centenary', under which are the signature mark of the Master of the Mint and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the archangel Michael.
King Willem-Alexander and Princess Beatrix. Description: The inner part of the coin depicts the effigies of both the King Willem-Alexander and the former Queen Beatrix.
Between the two inscriptions, at the top, the crown symbol and at the bottom the mint master mark, the mint mark and in between the year of issuance ''.
Independence from Britain in Fourth of the Constitutional History series. Description: The coin commemorating the Malta Independence constitution of is the fourth in the series of five coins that commemorate constitutional milestones in Maltese history.
By means of the constitution Malta became an independent nation for the first time after hundreds of years of foreign domination.
The national side of the coin shows a detail of the bronze monument commemorating independence which was designed by the artist Gianni Bonnici in It shows a young woman, representing Malta, carrying the Maltese flag.
Description: In the coin's central field the word D-DAY is written in such a way as to depict a landing craft and a tank gun barrel. The distinctive footprints left by the boots worn by American, British and Canadian troops are gradually disappearing in the sand, washed away by a wave.
Description: The inner part of the coin depicts Tove Jansson's portrait. Under the portrait the signature 'Tove Jansson' and the years '—'.
At the left the indication of the issuing country 'FI'. At the right the year of issuance '' and the mint mark. Description: The effigy of Bramante Tempietto to the right of the Church of San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, somewhat exceeding the outline of a rectangle surrounded by the years and Thus the Malta Police Force is one of the oldest in Europe.
The national side of the coin depicts the badge of the Malta Police Force with the legend ' Years Malta Police Force' and the dates — Riga , European Capital of Culture Depicted are, from left to right: St.
John's Church , St. Peter's Church and Riga Cathedral. Description: The inner part of the coin features a cross with the number '' in its centre. The vertical and horizontal bars of the cross bear the words 'Rode Kruis' and 'Croix-Rouge' respectively.
The cross is surrounded by the mark of the Brussels mint a helmeted profile of the archangel Michael , the signature mark of the Master of the Mint, the year , and the country code 'BE'.
Description: The inner part of the coin shows a portrait of Domenikos Theotokopoulos. The background features a typical figure from his work, illustrative of his technique.
On the left: the year and the characteristic signature of the artist 'Domenikos Theotokopoulos Epoiei'. On the right: the mint mark of the Greek State Mint.
The coin was designed by Maria Andonatou, whose signet is depicted at lower left. Description: The effigy of Giacomo Puccini surrounded on the left by the name G.
The year is placed at the bottom left. An olive branch can be seen in the centre, in a gap between the bricks and a piece of barbed wire, and the Brandenburg Gate appears in the background.
International Year of Family Farming. Description: On the central part of the design are represented tools typically used in the traditional agriculture, together with farming products: a chicken in the center, surrounded by pumpkins, a basket of potatoes, and other vegetables and flowers.
At the bottom left the mintmark 'INCM'. It is surmounted by the year '' above the effigy of the Grand-Duke Jean and by a crown.
At the bottom, the names 'Jean' and 'Henri' appear below the respective effigy as well as the year ''.
Description: The left inner part of the design shows Ilmari Tapiovaara's name and years. The right inner part of the design depicts a close-up from the furniture fitting characteristic for Ilmari Tapiovaara.
At the right the indication of the issuing country "FI", the mint mark and the year of issuance "". Description: The central image of the coin shows, with lined pattern, the portrait of the Queen Barbara of Celje with her sceptre.
On the image are placed three typical six-pointed stars of Celje counts. Description: The red ribbon, symbolising the fight against AIDS, is featured in the coin's central field.
It should be worn close to the heart to symbolise solidarity with AIDS sufferers and is in the shape of an upside-down V. The idea is for it to be worn as a V one day to signify victory over the disease.
There are three ribbons in the central field. One is in the conventional position and will be coloured red for the brilliant uncirculated BU and proof PRF versions.
The other two ribbons are inverted and associated with two Vs to strengthen the symbolism of the much-hoped-for victory over the disease.
King Felipe VI 's accession to the throne. At the right, the mint mark. Paulskirche in Frankfurt am Main Tenth of the Bundesländer series.
Description: The design depicts a classic perspective on St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt the 'Paulskirche' was the seat of Germany's first freely elected legislative body in and is regarded as the cradle of German democracy and is therefore the perspective possessing the greatest recognition value.
The design incisively brings out the tension between the dominant tower and the elliptical structure of the church.
Paul's Church is situated. The inner part also features the year '' and the mint mark of the respective mint 'A', 'D', 'F', 'G' or 'J' at the left side as well as the issuing country's indication 'D' and the engraver's mark the initials 'HH' — Heinz Hoyer at the right side.
Description: The people in the foreground, who embody a new beginning and the advance towards a better future, are standing in front of the Brandenburg Gate, symbol of German unity.
The rendering of the statement Wir sind ein Volk "we are one people" — a collective expression of will by German citizens — represents the path forwards towards German reunification.
The inner part also features the mint mark of the respective mint "A", "D", "F", "G" or "J" as well as the issuing country's country code "D" and the engraver's mark the initials "BW" — Bernd Wendhut.
Description: On the coin's reverse, the dove is drawn in a graphical and modern way. It carries in its beak an olive branch whose branches have been replaced by the 12 stars of the European Flag, symbol of peace in Europe.
The Europa Star logo is present on the reverse, close to the dove. Description: The design depicts in the foreground the bison painting from the Cave of Altamira located in Cantabria.
In the upper side of the image, in circular sense and with capital letters, the word 'ESPANA', at the bottom the year of issuance '' and at the right the mint mark.
LV above and beneath it respectively. Description: At the inner part of the coin is sky with stars, tree tops at the right.
At the right is the indication of the issuing country 'FI' and the mint mark. Description: The design by Annalisa Masini shows a portrait of Dante, taken from a fresco by Botticelli.
Between these two inscriptions, the mint mark 'R', the years '' and '' and the initials of the artist 'AM'. The lettering style used in identifying the nation and the coin's subject was inspired by lettering in the first copies of the Divina Commedia Dante's Divine Comedy.
Description: The design depicts a visual composition based on the well-known cross, symbol of the organisation, replicated several times to represent the expansion of the humanitarian action both in Portugal and abroad.
The contour of a hand in the background symbolises the different kinds of help given by the organisation to the people, mostly medical, but also and among others: cooperating, constructing and supporting.
Universal Exposition Expo in Milan. Description: The coin commemorates an important milestone in Maltese aviation history — the years since the first flight from Malta.
The plane landed in the harbour after a minute flight. The coin depicts Captain Kilmer's seaplane with Senglea Point, a prominent feature in the Grand Harbour, in the background.
At the right the years '—'. The year of accession '', the issuing country 'Luxembourg' and the year mark '' appear above them. Description: The coin is the last in a series of five commemorating Maltese constitutional milestones.
Malta was declared a republic on 13 December following constitutional changes which were agreed upon by a great majority in Malta's Parliament.
At the bottom, the year ''. Description: The design shows Dante with an open book in his left hand and the Purgatory mountain at the back: detail from the illustration of the Divine Comedy painted by Domenico di Michelino — in the Dome of S.
Maria del Fiore in Florence; in the centre, the monogram of the Italian Republic "RI"; at the right the inscription "R", identifying the Mint of Rome; below the inscription "SP", initials of Silvia Petrassi and the dates " ", i.
Description: The design depicts a 16th-century ship, representing the arrival of the Portuguese navigators to the island, and a local house thatched roof top, including the typical wood sculptures, permanent memories of myths and legends.
The one depicted on the coin represents the history of the first inhabitants, who arrived by boat from other parts of the Asian continent and the importance of the horse to travel around the steep mountains which cover most of the island.
At the bottom, the signature of the artist Fernando Fonseca. Description: The French national holiday brings the people of France together in celebration of the Republic.
The design shows Marianne, the symbol of the Republic, depicted in profile in a graphic, contemporary style.
She is wearing the Phrygian cap. On the right the tricolour cockade appears in outline above the letters RF. The year is written in the centre of the coin.
The mint marks appear alongside this extract. Description: The inner part of the coin depicts a hand holding a globe of the Earth with a plant in the foreground.
The country code 'BE' appears beneath the hand while the signature mark of the Master of the Mint and the mark of the Brussels mint, a helmeted profile of the archangel Michael, are to its left.
Description: The design shows the Brandenburg Gate which during the Cold War was located in East Berlin, in two representations which are intertwined like two hands, symbolizing the reunification of the two parts of Berlin.
Description: The design depicts two families which ideally embrace the whole Earth. At the top, the year of issuance "".
At the left side, the name of the artist "C. The mint mark R appears on the arm of one family member at the right. To the right, also in circular format, is the inscription ' — Dynastie Nassau-Weilbourg'.
The name of the issuing country, 'Luxembourg', and the year, '', run vertically in the centre of the design. Description: On the top of the design there is a swimming swan of Tuonela.
The water below the swan is waving from the descending spirit. The indication of the issuing country 'FI' is at the right end of the horizon line.
At the bottom of the design there is the artist's palette with Gallen-Kallela's year of birth '' and the year of issuance ''.
Next to the palette is the mint mark. Inscribed to the right of the portrait, parallel to the edge of the inner part of the coin, are the year of issuance '' and, further right along the edge, the name of issuing country 'SLOVENSKO'.
Description: The design shows a tower on the top of the rock. Description: From mid-April to the end of August, Latvia's country landscape is dotted with nests of the white stork Ciconia ciconia , and during this period people are used to listening to the sounds of bill clattering and to seeing these lanky-bodied birds in the vicinity of ponds and rivers.
The black stork Ciconia nigra , on the other hand, is a widespread yet uncommon bird, seen rarely in marshy areas or inland waters hidden in ancient forest tracts.
Most of the white and black stork population nests in Europe. As their current species and habitat conservation status is inadequate, these species are distinguished by the European Parliament and Council Directive as requiring special protection measures to ensure their survival and breeding.
Lithuanian Language. An original Lithuanian font — created specially on the basis of the Latin font for the occasion of the centenary of the restoration of Lithuanian press — in order to match better the combinations of letters used most in the Lithuanian language, is used in the project.
Description: The design shows Spyros Louis and the cup that he was awarded, against the background with the Panathenaic Stadium.
Above the cup appears the year of issuance "" and to the right a palmette the mint mark of the Greek Mint. Visible at the bottom of the design is the monogram of the artist George Stamatopoulos.
Description: The design shows at the top the map of Andorra with the coat of arms of the Principality highlighted inside it. At the bottom of the design, two opposing arrows interlaced, symbolizing the Customs Agreement between Andorra and the EU, show the years that are being commemorated "" and "" the latter is also the year of issue of the coin and the name of the issuing country "ANDORRA".
Description: The design shows a partial reproduction of a young person casting a vote. To the left of the figure there are the years that are being commemorated "" and "" the latter is the year of issue of the coin as well.
Description:  Twelve stars that morph into human figures are embracing the birth of a new Europe. The design shows the EU flag as a symbol that unites people and cultures with shared visions and ideals for a better common future.
Description: The coin features a portrait of the Estonian chess grandmaster Paul Keres with some chess pieces.
In the upper left, in semicircle, is the inscription 'Paul Keres. Description: It shows a representation of the statue of Hibernia the historic personification of Ireland on top of the GPO with the centenary dates.
XV European Football Championship. Zwinger Palace in Dresden Eleventh of the Bundesländer series. Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
Description: The centerpiece of the design is a flame and a poker pointed upward to the right. Retrieved 18 March Henning Agt.
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Natürlich kann Spanien bei der Gemeinschaftsmünze nicht fehlen. Und dieses Mal hat die Variante in der Münzkarte bei einer Auflagenzahl von Neben der Version in der Klappkarte gibt es dieses Mal auch noch eine Ausgabe in einer Coincard anlässlich einer Messe mit einer Stückzahl von Trotz der höheren Auflage ist die Münze dann mit etwa 35 Euro zu bewerten.
Besonders Münzen mit einem Doppelportrait sind bei einem Machtwechsel sehr beliebt. Für den Thronwechsel müssen Sie bei dieses MalBosnia and Herzegovina. Two restrictions concern the design. The coins typically commemorate the anniversaries Spielsuchtberatung historical events or draw attention to current events of special importance. Vorschau auf die 2 Euro Neuheiten Unsere Vorschau auf die 2 Euro Neuheiten steht natürlich noch am Anfang und ist noch lange nicht komplett. Description: Reality Stars Sendung inner part of the coin depicts the emblem of the Queen Elisabeth Competition superimposed on Winfest Promo Code 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 Achtelfinale Em 2021 Deutschland profile of the Archangel Michael. XV European Football Championship. Description: Was Ist P2p coin shows the Ligue 2 Frankreich 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. Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Underneath the logo, the mint mark is displayed to the left of the year mark, and the mint master's mark to the right. The mint mark is to the right, the initials Spielen King the artist on the left side. Prussian House of Lords. The initial of the issuing country D and the year mark are inserted at the top and bottom of Sportwetten Lastschrift outer ring of the coin respectively, where the twelve stars of the European Union surround the design. On the right the tricolour cockade appears in outline above the letters RF. The year '' is displayed in the upper rays of the sun and the nationality 'BE' Jelly Beans Spiel indicated in the lower rays. Altcoins Liste Aus Der neue 2-Euro-Münzenkatalog ist da - ein unverzichtbares Nachschlagewerk und ideales Weihnachtsgeschenk! Not Now. 2 Euro Gedenkmünzen Auf dieser Seite finden Sie alle 2 Euro Münzen, die im Jahr ausgegeben werden. Spanien; ; - Ex. - Euro. Geburtstag des bekannten Malers Albrecht Dürer. 2 Euro Neuheiten rund ums Mittelmeer. Spanien plant, im Rahmen der Welterbeserie der historischen Altstadt. Jahrhunderts vom Johanniterorden errichtet, sowie ein Detail der „Sinagoga del Tránsito“, in der heute das Museo Sefardí zur Geschichte der Juden in Spanien. Das Thema der Münze lautet „Altstadt von Toledo“. Die 2-Euro-Gedenkmünze setzt die begonnene Serie „UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe“ als.
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