Coty 2011 – this time featuring pictures

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December 2, 2010 – On November 18, 2010 we have listed the winners of the “Coin of the Year Award for 2011”. There is one change. The French coin showing Mother Teresa was disqualified, because a part of the issue is dated 2010. Therefore a Polish coin won the category “Most inspirational”.

Here are once again the winners, this time with pictures.

Most Historically Significant: Kazakhstan – 100 Tenge, silver, Attila the Hun

Best Contemporary Event: France – 10 Euro, silver, Fall of Berlin Wall

Best Gold: South Africa – 100 Rand, gold, White Rhino

Best Silver: Canada – 20 Dollars, silver, Crystal Snowflake

Best Crown: Finland – 20 Euro, silver, Peace and Security

Most Popular: Austria – 10 Euro, silver, Basilisk of Vienna

Best Trade: Slovakia – 2 Euro, bi-metallic, First Year of Euro Issuance

Most Innovative: British Indian Ocean Territory – 2 Pounds, silver-crystal, Life of the Sea Turtle

Most Artistic: Canada – 300 Dollars, gold, Native American Summer Moon Mask

Most Inspirational: Poland – 20 Zloty, silver, World War II Polish Underground movement