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Vatican - Euro Coins

VATICAN euro. The Vatican City State, has put into circulation the eight different Euro coins.

The eight denominations of Euro coins vary in size, colour and thickness according to their values, which are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 Eurocent or Euro 1 and Euro 2. One Euro is divided into 100 cent (Eurocent).
Milled edges have been introduced to make it easier - especially for those with impaired sight - to recognize different values. The euro coins were also produced according to advanced technical specifications that make reproduction extremely difficult and easy to detect. Particular care has been taken to include unique security features on the 1 euro and  2 euro coins. Sophisticated bi-metal technology has been incorporated into the 1 euro and  2 euro coins which, together with lettering around the edge of the 2 euro coin, prevents counterfeiting. You will find lettering around the edge of the 2 euro coin. The euro coins incorporate the safest machine - readable characteristics and can be used in vending machines throughout the euro area, irrespective of the Member State which issued them.
Luc Luycx of the Royal Belgian Mint won a European wide competition to design the euro coins; one side of each coin is common to all euro area countries, the reverse side of each coin shows individual designs relating to the respective Member State. Euro coins can be used anywhere in the euro area, regardless of their national sides.
The common side of the eight coins shows one of three designs common to all 12 euro area countries showing different maps of Europe surrounded by the 12 stars of the European Union.
The country specific side of the coins shows designs relating to the respective Member State, surrounded by the 12 stars of the European Union.
The Numismatic Office of the Governatorate of the Vatican City State is glad to inform you that from March 1, 2002, the Vatican Euros will come into circulation.

The country specific side of the Euro coins showsthe profile of His Holiness John Paul II, Sovereign of the Vatican City State, on the coin sides of  10  20  and  50 cents and of  and  2   euro.  This portrait has been drawn by the sculptor Prof. Guido Veroi. The image has been engraved by Uliana Pernazza.

Vatican - Euro Coins

VATICAN euro. The Vatican City State, has put into circulation the eight different Euro coins.

The eight denominations of Euro coins vary in size, colour and thickness according to their values, which are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 Eurocent or Euro 1 and Euro 2. One Euro is divided into 100 cent (Eurocent).
Milled edges have been introduced to make it easier - especially for those with impaired sight - to recognize different values. The euro coins were also produced according to advanced technical specifications that make reproduction extremely difficult and easy to detect. Particular care has been taken to include unique security features on the 1 euro and  2 euro coins. Sophisticated bi-metal technology has been incorporated into the 1 euro and  2 euro coins which, together with lettering around the edge of the 2 euro coin, prevents counterfeiting. You will find lettering around the edge of the 2 euro coin. The euro coins incorporate the safest machine - readable characteristics and can be used in vending machines throughout the euro area, irrespective of the Member State which issued them.
Luc Luycx of the Royal Belgian Mint won a European wide competition to design the euro coins; one side of each coin is common to all euro area countries, the reverse side of each coin shows individual designs relating to the respective Member State. Euro coins can be used anywhere in the euro area, regardless of their national sides.
The common side of the eight coins shows one of three designs common to all 12 euro area countries showing different maps of Europe surrounded by the 12 stars of the European Union.
The country specific side of the coins shows designs relating to the respective Member State, surrounded by the 12 stars of the European Union.
The Numismatic Office of the Governatorate of the Vatican City State is glad to inform you that from March 1, 2002, the Vatican Euros will come into circulation.

The country specific side of the Euro coins showsthe profile of His Holiness John Paul II, Sovereign of the Vatican City State, on the coin sides of  10  20  and  50 cents and of  and  2   euro.  This portrait has been drawn by the sculptor Prof. Guido Veroi. The image has been engraved by Uliana Pernazza.

EURO COINS

Vatican - 50 Cent, COIN CARD - N. 8 YEAR 2017

The Philatelic and Numismatic Office presents the Vatican Coin Card n. 8, a blister card showing the Holy Father with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2017.

Price: 6,50 €
Vatican - 50 Cent, COIN CARD - N. 7 YEAR 2016

The Philatelic and Numismatic Office presents the Vatican Coin Card n. 7, a blister card showing the Jubilee logo with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2016.

Price: 6,50 €
Vatican - 50 Cent, COIN CARD - N. 6 YEAR 2015

The Philatelic and Numismatic Office presents the Vatican Coin Card n. 6, a blister card showing St. Peter’s Square with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2015.

Price: 4,50 €
Vatican - 50 Cent, COIN CARD - N. 5 YEAR 2014

Vatican Coin Card n. 5, a blister card showing the Holy Father with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2014.

Price: 8,50 €
Vatican - 50 Cent, PIETA, COIN CARD - N. 4 YEAR 2013

Vatican Coin Card n. 4, a blister card showing the Pieta sculpture by Michelangelo (work on display in Saint Peter’s Basilica) with a 50 cent euro coin bearing the date 2013 and the portrait of BENEDICT XVI.

Price: 8,50 €
Vatican - 50 Cent, COIN CARD - N. 3 YEAR 2012

The Philatelic and Numismatic Office of the Vatican City presents the Vatican Coin Card n.3, that is a blister containing a 50 euro cents coin of the year 2012 portraying the Holy Father.

Price: 8,50 €