Do you also find 2 euro commemorative coins from Belgium in your cash every now and then? However, if you want Belgian euro coins to be true marvels in your collection, you have to choose a different way. Numiscontrol explains how to collect and what to look out for.
After 37 years Schuler will deliver its 1000th high-performance minting press to the Bavarian State Mint. The 150-ton press not only produces bi-metal and tri-metal coins in a single operation but can also process translucent polymer rings as in the popular collector coins.
You probably hardly ever come across euro coins from Estonia in circulation. Our expert numiscontrol explains which Estonian 2 euro commemorative coins you should hunt down during your treasure hunt.
Did you find German euros in your change? They might be worth a fortune. Just look at the stars! If they are turning, the coin will be worth some thousand euros. Our author numiscontrol explains which types of these coins exist and what they are worth.
Are you looking for foreign euro coins for your collection without success? Especially in times of Corona it isn’t easy to collect actively. Our expert numiscontrol provides you with practical tips on where to find coins from other nations conveniently, cheaply and quickly even now.
Money in caricature is a great topic – there’s a reason we publish a new cartoon by our wonderful Claire every week! The Austrian National Bank has opened an exhibition devoted to the subject in its Money Museum, and now there’s a catalogue to go with it.
Join us on a numismatic journey around the world! In this article, we’ll be taking a look at the coins of Luxembourg, both past and present. This small nation, which is home to many EU institutions, is closely linked to its ruling family. This is also reflected in its coins.
The European Commission plans to round cash payments and to abolish 1- and 2-euro cent coins in the entire euro area. But first it’s your turn: citizens are invited to give their opinion. Take advantage of this opportunity!