San Marino’s circulation coins are rare – even in the small Republic itself. And San Marino also issued just a few 2-euro commemorative coins. A real challenge for collectors. Fortunately, numiscontrol has some tips.
The Principality of Andorra has only been minting its own euro coins since 2014. If you want to collect 2-euro commemorative coins from Andorra, you should know a few things. Our author numiscontrol explains how collectors can find interesting pieces.
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.
Monaco’s coins are always rarities in circulation. Our author numiscontrol shows interesting collectibles at affordable prices. And explains why you should never buy a joint issue of the Eurozone from Monaco!
2-euro commemorative coins are popular collector’s items because one can find them in their own wallets. However, an increasing amount of these coins are only issued in the form of high-quality versions. Numiscontrol explains what collectors need to know about this.
Italy’s first lira coin was Venice’s lira Tron. In a special ceremony in Venice lira Tron coins will be reminted with a historical coin press. This event is organized by the Italian organization “Celebrazioni della lira italiana”.
2-euro commemorative coins from Cyprus are extremely rare in circulation money. But which pieces are worth purchasing on the secondary market? Our author numiscontrol explains why some prices will rise – and what you’d better keep your hands off.