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Italian Euro Coins  2010 - Coin set 10 coins BU   Official Coin set Brilliant Uncirculated with 10 coins: from 1 cent to 2 euro + 2 euro coin dedicated to the 200th Anniversary of the birth of "Camillo Benso" Count of Cavour + 5 Euro Silver "Alfa Romeo"   In Italy, the euro coin designs were subject to scrutiny by a national technical and artistic committee before being presented to the nation on RAI UNO, Italy's largest national television station. A different design has been selected for each denomination, chosen from masterpieces by Italy's famous artists.  €2       Depicted on this coin is a portrait drawn by Raphaël of Dante Alighieri, housed in the Pope Julius II Wing of the Vatican City Palace. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: 2*, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.   €1    This coin shows the famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci, displayed in the gallery of the Academy in Venice, illustrating the ideal proportions of the human body.   50 cent  The statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on horseback is the main feature on this coin.   20 cent    Portrayed on this coin is a sculpture by Umberto Boccioni, leader of the Italian futurist school.   10 cent    This coin commemorates one of the greatest triumphs in Italian art. It shows one of the most famous works in the world, the "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli.   5 cent   This design features the Flavius amphitheatre, which Emperor Vespasian began building around 75 AD and Emperor Titus inaugurated in 80 AD.  2 cent   This coin shows the Mole Antonelliana, a tower designed in 1863 by Alessandro Antonelli.  1 cent  The Castel del Monte appears on this coin.   Up until 1st January 2002, the Italian monetary system was based on the lira, with 1 lira equal to 100 centesimi. Now the Italian monetary system is based on the euro.  Italian coins are minted in a variety of materials, including: aluminum, aluminum-bronze, copper-nickel, brass, etc. Especially popular is a stainless steel alloy called "Acmonital", which stands for "Acciaio monetario Italiano" and is used to mint 50 and 100 L coins. "Bronzital", a bronze alloy, is used to produce 200 L and 500 L coins.  2003 - Brilliant Uncirculated Set - Italy    The 2003 brilliant uncirculated set from Italy contains the 8-euro denominated coins as well as a special 5 Euro commemorative coin. The set is beautifully presented in a folder which comes in a clear plastic sleeve. The coins are encased in a hard blister card so that the obverse and the reverse are viewable once the set is opened.

 
The special 5 Euro commemorative coin honors "Europa del Lavoro" (Europe of Labor) and is composed of .925 silver.
 
The designs of the obverses of the coins are common to all coins in the European Union, while the reverse designs are unique to Italy:
 
The 2 Euro coin depicts a portrait drawn by Rapha 
 
Italy 2004 - Official Euro Set - proof  
 
The 2004 proof set from Italy contains the 8-euro denominated coins as well as a special 5 Euro commemorative coin. The set is beautifully presented in a dark blue padded presentation case. The coins are set against a blue velour interior and are accompanied by an official list of technical specifications.
 
The special 5 Euro commemorative coin, made of 0.925 sterling silver, honors the 50th anniversary of television broadcasting in Italy.
 
The designs of the obverses of the coins are common to all coins in the European Union, while the reverse designs are unique to Italy:
 
The 2 Euro coin depicts a portrait drawn by Raphael of Dante Alighieri, housed in the Pope Julius II Wing of the Vatican Palace. Edge lettering of the 2 euro coin: 2 €, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.
The 1 Euro coin shows the famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci, displayed in the gallery of the Academy in Venice, illustrating the ideal proportions of the human body.
The 50-cent coin depicts the statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on horseback.
The 20-cent coin portrays a sculpture by Umberto Boccioni, leader of the Italian futurist school.
The 10-cent commemorates one of the greatest triumphs in Italian art. It shows one of the most famous works in the world, the "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli.
The 5-cent shows the Flavius amphitheatre, which Emperor Vespasian began building around 75 AD and Emperor Titus inaugurated in 80 AD.
The 2-cent shows the Mole Antonelliana, a tower designed in 1863 by Alessandro Antonelli.
The 1-cent portrays the Castel del Monte. 
 
 Italy 2006 - BU Set with 5 Euro  
 
The 2006 brilliant uncirculated set from Italy contains all 8 euro coins plus a 5 euro commemorative presented in a blister card enclosed in a beautifully decorated folder.
 
In the 2006 set, the 5 euro commemorative celebrates the 60th anniversary of the republic.
 
Obverse designs of the other coins in the set are common to all coins in the European Union, while the reverse designs are unique to Italy:
 
The 2 Euro coin depicts a portrait drawn by Raphael of Dante Alighieri, housed in the Pope Julius II Wing of the Vatican Palace.
The 1 Euro coin shows the famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci, displayed in the gallery of the Academy in Venice, illustrating the ideal proportions of the human body.
The 50-cent coin depicts the statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on horseback.
The 20-cent coin portrays a sculpture by Umberto Boccioni, leader of the Italian futurist school.
The 10-cent commemorates one of the greatest triumphs in Italian art. It shows one of the most famous works in the world, the "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli.
The 5-cent shows the Flavius amphitheatre, which Emperor Vespasian began building around 75 AD and Emperor Titus inaugurated in 80 AD.
The 2-cent shows the Mole Antonelliana, a tower designed in 1863 by Alessandro Antonelli.
The 1-cent portrays the Castel del Monte.
 
 
Italy 2007 - BU Set with 5 Euro
 
 
The 2007 brilliant uncirculated set from Italy contains all 8 euro coins plus a 5 euro commemorative presented in a blister card enclosed in a beautifully decorated folder.
 
In the 2007 set, the 5 euro commemorative celebrates the 5th anniversary of the ratification of the Kyoto protocol.
 
Obverse designs of the other coins in the set are common to all coins in the European Union, while the reverse designs are unique to Italy:
 
The 2 Euro coin depicts a portrait drawn by Raphael of Dante Alighieri, housed in the Pope Julius II Wing of the Vatican Palace.
The 1 Euro coin shows the famous drawing by Leonardo da Vinci, displayed in the gallery of the Academy in Venice, illustrating the ideal proportions of the human body.
The 50-cent coin depicts the statue of Emperor Marcus Aurelius on horseback.
The 20-cent coin portrays a sculpture by Umberto Boccioni, leader of the Italian futurist school.
The 10-cent commemorates one of the greatest triumphs in Italian art. It shows one of the most famous works in the world, the "Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli.
The 5-cent shows the Flavius amphitheatre, which Emperor Vespasian began building around 75 AD and Emperor Titus inaugurated in 80 AD.
The 2-cent shows the Mole Antonelliana, a tower designed in 1863 by Alessandro Antonelli.
The 1-cent portrays the Castel del Monte.
 
€2 commemorative coins
Fifth Decade of the World Food Programme 16 million coins 15 December 2004
Description: In the centre of the coin is a globe, tilted to the left.Three ears emerge from behind the globe, reaching out to cross the outer ring; these are maize, rice and wheat, representing the world's basic sources of nourishment. The letters R and I, superimposed over one another, are to the left of the globe (representing Repubblica Italiana), and below them are the engraver's (Uliana Pernazza) initials (a combination of the letters U and P). The mint mark (R) is to the upper right of the globe, the year mark is below it, and the twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring, grouped into three batches of four stars each, separated by the three ears.
 
 
 1st Anniversary of the Signing of the European Constitution 18 million coins 29 October 2005
 
Description: The centre of the coin features Europa and the bull (Zeus), together with the European Constitution; Europa is holding a pen over it, symbolising its signing. The mint mark (R) is to the upper right of the image, the engraver's (Maria Carmela Colaneri) initials (MCC) to the lower right, and the year mark is to the upper left. The monogram of the Italian Republic (RI) is at the bottom of the centre part, slightly to the right. The outer ring features the inscription COSTITUZIONE EUROPEA, forming almost a full semicircle, while the remainder of the outer ring is taken up by the twelve stars of the European Union.
 
Winter Olympics in Turin 2006 40 million coins FDI
Description: The coin depicts a racing skier and the visitor attraction of Turin, the Mole Antonelliana (which incidentally is also depicted on the Italian 2 cent coin), together with a large number of inscriptions: above the skier's head, GIOCHI INVERNALI ("Winter Games"); below the tower, the name of the host city TORINO; beside the skier's left thigh, the engraver's initials (MCC); also to the left of the skier, the year mark (written vertically); and finally, to the left of the tower, the monogram of the Italian Republic (RI) and the mint mark (R). The twelve stars of the European Union surround the design on the outer ring of the coin.
 
60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
 
Description: The coin depicts a man and a woman with an olive branch, an ear of corn, a cogwheel and some barbed wire – symbols of the right to peace, food, work and freedom respectively. The monogram of the Italian Republic ‘RI’ is placed between the two figures, as is the year of issue ‘2008’. At the bottom of the image are the links of a chain forming the number ‘60’ and the inscription ‘DIRITTI UMANI’ (human rights). The initials ‘MCC’ of the artist Maria Carmela Colaneri and the mint mark ‘R’ are shown on the right. The outer ring of the coin depicts the 12 stars of the European Union.
Issuing volume: 5 million coins

EURO COINS

Italy - Euro coins, Complete set, 2017 (BU)

The 2017 Italian Eurocoins in Brilliant Uncirculated quality, placed in Euro coins folder.

Price: 14,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro, PLAUTO, 2016 (BU in capsule)

Italian 2 Euro commemorative coin 2016 dedicated to the 2200° Anniversary of the Death of Tito Maccio Plauto.

Price: 18,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro, SAN MARCO VENEZIA, 2017 (BU in capsule)

Italy, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to 400 Years of Saint Mark's Basilica in Venice.

Price: 15,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro, TITO LIVIO, 2017 (coin card)

Italy, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to 2000 Years since the death of the great Roman historian Tito Livio (Titus Livius), 59 BC – AD 17.

Price: 15,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro, TITO LIVIO, 2017 (proof)

Italy, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to 2000 Years since the death of the great Roman historian Tito Livio (Titus Livius), 59 BC – AD 17.

Price: 32,50 €
Italy - Official BU Set 2017 + 2 euro San Marco

The official Italian Euro Coinset 2017. The set contains the 8 normal Euro coins and the commemorative 2 Euro SAN MARCO. Mintage 11,000

Price: 32,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro, SAN MARCO VENEZIA, 2017 (proof)

Italy, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to 400 Years of Saint Mark's Basilica in Venice. Proof quality, mintage 8,000 coins.

Price: 36,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro collection, 16 coins 2004-2016

Italy, 2 euro commemorative collection, 16 coins uncirculated 2004-2016.

Price: 64,00 €
Italy - Official BU Set 2016 + 2 Euro PLAUTO

The official Italian Euro Coinset 2016 is dedicated to Tito Maccio Plauto. The set contains the 8 normal Euro coins and the commemorative 2 Euro PLAUTO. Mintage 12.000

Price: 32,50 €
Italy – 2 Euro DONATELLO, 2016 (proof)

Italy, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to Donatello. Proof quality, mintage 6,000 coins.

Price: 25,00 €
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