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Two Coins in One: The Contour Necktie

Croatia issued its first two collector coins denominated in the euro currency, which was introduced in 2023. They are dedicated to a fashion accessory that owes its name to the Croats, the cravat, precursor of the necktie.

A Spectacular Farewell to the Kuna: Croatia Mints the World’s Smallest Coin

On 1 January 2023, Croatia will introduce the euro. To mark the occasion, the Croatian Mint came up with something very special for the last kuna commemorative issue: it will set a new record for the world’s smallest coin. The record coin is only available in a set, together with a commemorative issue for the Višnjan Observatory.

How the World’s Smallest Coin Was Minted

On 1 January 2023, Croatia will change over to the euro. And while minting presses are producing the new coins at full speed, the Croatian Mint treats itself to something very special. It wants to bid farewell to the kuna with a bang and demonstrate its technical skills at the same time: Croatia mints the world’s smallest coin. A Look Behind the Scenes.

“Dalmatian Dog”: Croatia’s First Coloured Coins

Croatia has released its first coloured coins! Release 2 of the “Dalmatian Dog” series featured various denominations, some of which sold out immediately.

Croatia Issues 20,999 (Coins with) Dalmatians

Everybody knows and loves the spotted dogs. But only a few know that they bear the name Dalmatian because they come from Dalmatia in Croatia. The country now dedicates a commemorative coin to their four-legged ambassador.

30 Years of Croatian Independence – Coin sets in Gold and Silver

The Croatian Monetary Institute is celebrating 30 years of Croatia’s independence with two sets of gold and silver coins. The sets consist of nine denominations of the Croatian kuna packed in a representative small display case.
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