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2€ commemorative coin Estonia 2012 - 10 years Euro
Feature: Ten years of the Euro
Description: The inner part of the coin, designed by Helmut Andexlinger of the Austrian Mint and chosen by citizens and residents of the euro area to be the common commemorative coin for 2012, features the world in the form of a euro symbol in the centre, showing how the euro has become a true global player over the last ten years. The surrounding elements symbolise the importance of the euro to ordinary people (represented by a family group), to the financial world (the Eurotower), to trade (a ship), to industry (a factory), and to the energy sector and research and development (two wind turbines). The designer’s initials, “A.H.”, can be found (if you look very carefully) between the ship and the Eurotower. Along the upper and lower edges of the inner part of the coin are, respectively, the country of issue and the years “2002 – 2012”. The coin will be issued by all euro area countries. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European Union.
Issuing volume: 2 million coins
Issuing date: January 2012
5,00 €
2€ commemorative coin Estonia 2017 - Estonian road to independence
The 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia falls in 2018. But the state was not founded in a single day. Estonia gained autonomy after the February Revolution in Russia in 1917 when the province of Estonia was established. On 1 July 1917 the first representative parliament of the Estonian people, known as Maapäev, assembled. It declared itself the highest organ of power in Estonia on 15 November 1917. It was a big step towards statehood.

The design for the €2 commemorative coin depicts oak leaves, bare oak branches, and the trunk of an oak tree. The winding oak symbolises Estonia’s road to independence; the bare branches relate to the year 1917; and the leaves symbolise strength, achievement, and longevity, and also feature on the great coat of arms of the Republic of Estonia. The word MAAPÄEV (Assembly) is placed to the lower left of the main design.

The Estonian Provincial Assembly (Estonian: Maapäev) was elected after the February Revolution in 1917 as the national diet of the Autonomous Governorate of Estonia in Russian Empire. On November 28, 1917, after the October Revolution the Assembly declared itself the sovereign power on Estonia and called for the elections of the Estonian Constituent Assembly. On the eve of the German occupation of Estonia in World War I the council elected the Estonian Salvation Committee and issued the Estonian Declaration of Independence on February 24, 1918. After the German occupation of Estonia ended, the Maapäev continued as the legislative assembly of Estonia until 1919.

Designer: Jaan Meristo
Mintage: 1.5 million
5,00 €
EstEurPuit
Eesti euromündid puitkarbis!
Mündid on pakendatud kandilistesse quadrum kapslitesse.
Komplekti kuuluvad järgmised mündid:
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Eesti 2 € juubelimünt 2012.a. - Euro ühisraha 10. aastapäev.
39,90 €
Keres
Featuring: 2 Euro - 30 Years European Flag

Description: Marking the 30th anniversary of the EU flag, Stamatopoulos' entry depicts 12 people forming a human chain around that flag with the 12 gold stars on a blue background. The design was chosen by 30 percent of 100,000 voters in the online competition by the European Commission. Its Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis said the coin celebrated a key moment of the adoption of the flag as the EU's official emblem.

Mintage:

Year: 2015

5,00 €
Laulupidu 1999
See 1999. aastal vermitud 1-kroonine meenemünt on pühendatud 130. aasta möödumisele I üldlaulupeost 1869. aastal.

Tegemist on meenemündiga mida vermiti 50 000 tk, ehkki esialgne planeeritud maksimumtiraaž oli 100 000, mis on tiraažina märgitud ka mündi pakendil. Münt on poskaardi suuruse lehe keskel, läbipaistvast plastikust katte all (nii et mündi mõlemad küljed on nähtavad). Mündid on vermitud Leedu Rahapajas.

Münt on eriline selle poolest, et see on üks väheseid Eesti Vabariigi münte, millele ei ole kolme lõvi või riigivapi kujutist, samuti on see on esimene (ja seni ainus) Eesti mitteväärismetallist meenemünt mis ei ole mõeldud kasutamiseks igapäevases käibes.

Mündi ja selle pakendi on kujundanud skulptor Mati Karmin. Münt on kuldkollast värvi ning kaalub 5 grammi, läbimõõt on 2,325cm ning selle serv on katkendlikult rihveldatud.

Avers: Mündi esiküljel on pääsuke mille kohal on legend "EESTI VABARIIK" ning mille all on vermimise aasta "1999".
Revers: Mündi tagaküljel on Tallinna laululava kujutis mille all nimiväärtus "1 kroon".

Pakendi ühel küljel on kaasaegse laulupeo ajal tehtud Tallinna laululava pilt, teisel küljel on Tõstamaa laulukoori pilt aastast 1865, Eesti Panga presidendi Vahur Krafti pühendus eesti ja inglise keeles ning mündi vermimise andmed. Pühenduse eestikeelne teks on:

130 aastat on Eesti laulupidudel lauldud - nii murest kui rõõmust, vabaks saamisest ja vabadusest. Olgem koos, vabadena ja lauldes.

4,00 €