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San Marino - Euro Coins

Coins San Marino, Euro San Marino  San Marino - Coin Program 2017
San Marino - Numismatic Programme 2017
2 € San Marino 2016: "550º anniversary of Donatello's death"
2 € San Marino 2016: "400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare"
2 € San Marino 2015: "750th anniversary of Dante Alighieri" San Marino's birth published the numismatic issue program for 2017. It is a program that could be modified or supplemented. Commemorative 2 euro, fine version of minting dedicated to the 750th anniversary of the birth of Giotto. Gold coins from € 20 to € 50 Euro proof version: "25th anniversary of the entrance of San Marino to the UN"
Coin Silver coin € 5.00 from € 10.00 Silver Uncirculated Coin set with the new national side. Coin set Brilliant Uncirculated with silver coin € 5.00 dedicated to the "World Water". Commemorative 2 euro, fine version of minting, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of Johannes Brahms disappearance. Coin set with both commemorative 2 Euro coins, proof version. 2 coin Shields in proof gold: "Architecture in San Marino: Church of St. Mary of the Servants of Mary in Valdragone"  Five grams of copper with a value of 5 cents, and on one side, the inevitable three towers: this was the first San Marino coin, issued on October 23, 1864, in only 280 pieces. Two years before, on March 22, 1862, the Government of San Marino and the Italian Monarchy signed an monetary agreement granting the Republic the right to have its own currency. Specifically, the agreement read, as follows: "The currency that the Republic believes the need to issue in the future, can circulate in Kingdom of Italy, as long as they are equivalent to the decimal system and have the same title and value as those of the Kingdom". In fact, this is still valid today; even with the lira first and then the euro. The Italian and San Marino currencies circulate in both countries without distinction of value.   Two masterpieces in the San Marino numismatic history are: the 5 "franchi" coin depicting San Marino, issued on January 11, 1898, to commemorate the founding of he Republic and the "Libertà Turrita" issued on March 25, 2006, in commemoration of the first political elections. In homage to Italy, there are numerous coins which depict Giuseppe Garibaldi, the famous Italian military leader who escaped from the Austrians and found refuge in San Marino. From the 20-lira coin depicting the "Hero of Two Worlds" (Garibaldi) helping Anita (his wife) up the slopes of Mount Titano; to the coin commemorating the 100th anniversary of his death, issued in 1982. Lastly, a coin issued in 1932 commemorates an event which improved social and economic relations between San Marino and the nearby city of Rimini: the inauguration of an electric railway connecting the two localities (no longer functioning).  Peace, a graceful female figure, walks holding olive sprigs on the face of the silver medal created by Guido Veroi to commemorate the San Marino Presidency of the Comitato of Ministers of the European Council. Issued on November 15, 2006 - just a few days after the turn-over which introduced San Marino's European semester – the medal was produced in 4 thousand copies, each piece weighing 5 grams. The back of the medal is inscribed with the "three pinnacles" and the word "Libertas", both symbols of Mount Titano. Shortly thereafter, on January 23, 2007 a commemorative stamp of the event was issued.  Euro The euro of San Marino represent a peculiarity in the European Monetary System. In fact, even though it is not a member of the European Union, San Marino was authorized to utilize the euro as its official currency since it did not have its own and used the Italian lira as its legal currency. With Italy's adoption of the euro, San Marino's euro currency entered into circulation, rapidly become extremely sought after by coin collectors, given the limited number of series coined.   The euro of San Marino are produced by the Mint of Rome, just as Italian coins are. The face of the coin is naturally the same as all the other European coins; while, the creator of the images represented on the National side is M. Frantesek Chochola and the engraver is Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini.   The divisional coins for 2004 will include, again this year, a 5 Euro coin in silver, in addition to the 8 divisional coins in euro (from 1 cent to 2 euro). The 5 Euro coin will bear the effigy of the famous 19th century epigraphist Bartolomeo Borghesi, on the occasion of his centennial celebration. Bartolomeo Borghesi was respected by the historians of his time, for his enormous culture, but he was also and above all a profound scholar of Numismatics, attaining a high reputation in that field in Europe for having drawn up the scientific rules of the numismatic discipline. He was member of several Academies in Europe including the famous Lincei Academy, but the most important sign of admiration for Borghesi came soon after his death, when the emperor Napoleon III ordered the publication of all his works, expressing in this way his supreme admiration for the genius of the scholar. The works were published in Paris in the author¹s original language and they are divided into five series, also including his Numismatic Works. In April 1821, Borghesi moved to the Republic of San Marino and for political reasons decided to establish his residence in the quiet of the small Republic for which he gave up his pontifical citizenship, chairs and offices. The inhabitants of San Marino, to show their respect for his talent, elected him to the highest legislative body, the Principal and Sovereign Council and in 1830 elected him permanent Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, an office which he performed for 21 years. And so the legendary divisional coinage of San Marino is further enriched with another coin of great historical and numismatic value.   2 Euro commemorative coin BARTOLOMEO BORGHESI   Bartolomeo Borghesi was born in Savignano sul Rubicone (Forlì, Italy) on July 11, 1781. He studied in Ravenna, then in Bologna, and in 1801 he went to Rome to study law. Famous epigraphist, great expert of numismatics, he achieved European renown in that field establishing the scientific laws of numismatics. He was a member of many Academies in Europe including the famous Lincei Academy, “but the most explicit sign of the universal admiration for Borghesi was seen soon after his death, when the emperor Napoleon III began the noble undertaking of collecting and publishing his works”. In 1821 Borghesi moved to the Republic of San Marino and begun publishing the seventeen decades of his “ Numismatic Observations”, one hundred and seventy articles about the coinage of the Roman republic, a series of studies, analyses, critiques and dissertations that are still of interest today to numismatic scholars. In 1838 he was issued an invitation to represent the Republic of San Marino at the coronation of the Emperor of Austria in Milan. He died on April 16, 1860 in the Republic of San Marino and was interred in the Basilica of the Saint opposite the monument to Antonio Onofri. With this special numismatic issue, the Republic of San Marino intends to commemorate the centennial celebration in memory of Bartolomeo Borghesi.

San Marino - Euro Coins

Coins San Marino, Euro San Marino  San Marino - Coin Program 2017
San Marino - Numismatic Programme 2017
2 € San Marino 2016: "550º anniversary of Donatello's death"
2 € San Marino 2016: "400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare"
2 € San Marino 2015: "750th anniversary of Dante Alighieri" San Marino's birth published the numismatic issue program for 2017. It is a program that could be modified or supplemented. Commemorative 2 euro, fine version of minting dedicated to the 750th anniversary of the birth of Giotto. Gold coins from € 20 to € 50 Euro proof version: "25th anniversary of the entrance of San Marino to the UN"
Coin Silver coin € 5.00 from € 10.00 Silver Uncirculated Coin set with the new national side. Coin set Brilliant Uncirculated with silver coin € 5.00 dedicated to the "World Water". Commemorative 2 euro, fine version of minting, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of Johannes Brahms disappearance. Coin set with both commemorative 2 Euro coins, proof version. 2 coin Shields in proof gold: "Architecture in San Marino: Church of St. Mary of the Servants of Mary in Valdragone"  Five grams of copper with a value of 5 cents, and on one side, the inevitable three towers: this was the first San Marino coin, issued on October 23, 1864, in only 280 pieces. Two years before, on March 22, 1862, the Government of San Marino and the Italian Monarchy signed an monetary agreement granting the Republic the right to have its own currency. Specifically, the agreement read, as follows: "The currency that the Republic believes the need to issue in the future, can circulate in Kingdom of Italy, as long as they are equivalent to the decimal system and have the same title and value as those of the Kingdom". In fact, this is still valid today; even with the lira first and then the euro. The Italian and San Marino currencies circulate in both countries without distinction of value.   Two masterpieces in the San Marino numismatic history are: the 5 "franchi" coin depicting San Marino, issued on January 11, 1898, to commemorate the founding of he Republic and the "Libertà Turrita" issued on March 25, 2006, in commemoration of the first political elections. In homage to Italy, there are numerous coins which depict Giuseppe Garibaldi, the famous Italian military leader who escaped from the Austrians and found refuge in San Marino. From the 20-lira coin depicting the "Hero of Two Worlds" (Garibaldi) helping Anita (his wife) up the slopes of Mount Titano; to the coin commemorating the 100th anniversary of his death, issued in 1982. Lastly, a coin issued in 1932 commemorates an event which improved social and economic relations between San Marino and the nearby city of Rimini: the inauguration of an electric railway connecting the two localities (no longer functioning).  Peace, a graceful female figure, walks holding olive sprigs on the face of the silver medal created by Guido Veroi to commemorate the San Marino Presidency of the Comitato of Ministers of the European Council. Issued on November 15, 2006 - just a few days after the turn-over which introduced San Marino's European semester – the medal was produced in 4 thousand copies, each piece weighing 5 grams. The back of the medal is inscribed with the "three pinnacles" and the word "Libertas", both symbols of Mount Titano. Shortly thereafter, on January 23, 2007 a commemorative stamp of the event was issued.  Euro The euro of San Marino represent a peculiarity in the European Monetary System. In fact, even though it is not a member of the European Union, San Marino was authorized to utilize the euro as its official currency since it did not have its own and used the Italian lira as its legal currency. With Italy's adoption of the euro, San Marino's euro currency entered into circulation, rapidly become extremely sought after by coin collectors, given the limited number of series coined.   The euro of San Marino are produced by the Mint of Rome, just as Italian coins are. The face of the coin is naturally the same as all the other European coins; while, the creator of the images represented on the National side is M. Frantesek Chochola and the engraver is Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini.   The divisional coins for 2004 will include, again this year, a 5 Euro coin in silver, in addition to the 8 divisional coins in euro (from 1 cent to 2 euro). The 5 Euro coin will bear the effigy of the famous 19th century epigraphist Bartolomeo Borghesi, on the occasion of his centennial celebration. Bartolomeo Borghesi was respected by the historians of his time, for his enormous culture, but he was also and above all a profound scholar of Numismatics, attaining a high reputation in that field in Europe for having drawn up the scientific rules of the numismatic discipline. He was member of several Academies in Europe including the famous Lincei Academy, but the most important sign of admiration for Borghesi came soon after his death, when the emperor Napoleon III ordered the publication of all his works, expressing in this way his supreme admiration for the genius of the scholar. The works were published in Paris in the author¹s original language and they are divided into five series, also including his Numismatic Works. In April 1821, Borghesi moved to the Republic of San Marino and for political reasons decided to establish his residence in the quiet of the small Republic for which he gave up his pontifical citizenship, chairs and offices. The inhabitants of San Marino, to show their respect for his talent, elected him to the highest legislative body, the Principal and Sovereign Council and in 1830 elected him permanent Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, an office which he performed for 21 years. And so the legendary divisional coinage of San Marino is further enriched with another coin of great historical and numismatic value.   2 Euro commemorative coin BARTOLOMEO BORGHESI   Bartolomeo Borghesi was born in Savignano sul Rubicone (Forlì, Italy) on July 11, 1781. He studied in Ravenna, then in Bologna, and in 1801 he went to Rome to study law. Famous epigraphist, great expert of numismatics, he achieved European renown in that field establishing the scientific laws of numismatics. He was a member of many Academies in Europe including the famous Lincei Academy, “but the most explicit sign of the universal admiration for Borghesi was seen soon after his death, when the emperor Napoleon III began the noble undertaking of collecting and publishing his works”. In 1821 Borghesi moved to the Republic of San Marino and begun publishing the seventeen decades of his “ Numismatic Observations”, one hundred and seventy articles about the coinage of the Roman republic, a series of studies, analyses, critiques and dissertations that are still of interest today to numismatic scholars. In 1838 he was issued an invitation to represent the Republic of San Marino at the coronation of the Emperor of Austria in Milan. He died on April 16, 1860 in the Republic of San Marino and was interred in the Basilica of the Saint opposite the monument to Antonio Onofri. With this special numismatic issue, the Republic of San Marino intends to commemorate the centennial celebration in memory of Bartolomeo Borghesi.

EURO COINS

San Marino – 2 Euro, Giotto, 2017 (en blister)

EXPECTED APRIL 2017. San Marino, 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to the 750th Anniversary of the birth of Giotto, Brilliant Uncirculated.

Price: 34,90 €
San Marino - 5 Euro Silver BU, MELCHIORRE DELFICO, 2006

Silver 5 euro coin in BU quality, MELCHIORRE DELFICO, 2006. Ag 925/000, diameter: 32mm, weight: 18g

Price: 24,50 €
San Marino - 5 Euro Silver BU, Gagarin and Shepard, 2011

Silver 5 euro coin in BU quality. On the reverse, close-up, a composition with Jurij Gagarin and Alan Shepard and the two spaceships Vostok 1 and Freedom 7. Ag 925/000, diameter: 32mm, weight: 18g

Price: 24,50 €