Ireland – 2 Euro, Hibernia, 2016 (proof)
2 euro Commemorative Coin 2016, 100 Years since Easter Rising. The designs shows the statue of Hibernia which stands on the top of the General Post Office building whose seizure back in 1916 marked the beginning of the Easter rising. She is a symbol of Ireland. Her name was taken from the ancient Greek reference for Ireland and her form was realised by the sculptor John Smyth. She is viewed as a witness to the events of 1916 and for one hundred years since she has seen the nation blossom before her based on the ideals set out in the Proclamation.
2 EURO COMMEMORATIVE
Issue year: 2016
Face Value: 2 Euro