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Their value refers to the divisionals in FDC. For the 1 Euro Malta coin the 8-pointed Maltese Cross was chosen against a background of vertical stripes.
The thousandth of a coin is engraved in the lower part of the cross between the two points at the bottom. The contour on the brass part contains the circle composed of the 12 Stars of the EU.
The 1 Euro Rare Malta coins are those indicated in the circulation table with the degree of rarity R.
The value of the coins refers only to the divisional coins in FDC. The year of issue is inserted between the two lower central points.
On the coin, the twelve stars of the European Union are distributed along the outside in cupronickel to form a circle. The 2 Euro Rare Malta coins are marked in the circulation table as rare: R.
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I like to introduce the beauty and value that coins can hide. Skip to content. Indice dei Contenuti. Tiratura Moneta 1 Centesimo di Malta. Tiratura Moneta 2 Centesimi di Malta.
The first round of the consultation process started on 14 January and ended on 29 January During this period the Maltese public could participate in the process by choosing from a total of twelve options, divided into four design themes — Prehistoric Malta, Renaissance Malta, The Maltese Identity and The Maltese Archipelago.
Three different options were presented for each theme. Angelo option, received votes, but was not included as one of the three chosen options, since the Baptism of Christ received the most votes in that theme.
Along with the visual design options, the public was also given several alternative options, which were voted on in the same manner.
The first and second most popular suggestions made by the public were the Maltese cross and Dun Karm , respectively on the Maltese euro coin set.
These four finalists were then sent to a designer Noel Galea Bason and four designs were rendered for the second round of voting.
During the second phase, running from 29 May until 9 June , the public was asked to choose the actual designs for the euro coins from the four mock ups produced by the designer.
The three designs with the highest number of votes would then become the final design for the Maltese face of the euro coin set. The results of the second round were Maltese cross , followed by the Coat of arms of Malta and the Mnajdra Temples.
On 23 October , the designs were officially published in the Official Journal of the European Union. Malta joined the Eurozone in and they have minted several collectors' coins in silver and gold.
This is mainly done as a legacy of old national practice of minting gold and silver coins. These coins are not intended to be used as means of payment, so they do not circulate.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: Identifying marks on euro coins. Main articles: Euro gold and silver commemorative coins Malta and Euro gold and silver commemorative coins.
As of [update] , Austria, Germany and Greece are obliged to change their designs due this requirement in the future.
As the EU's membership has since expanded in and , with further expansions envisaged, the common face of all euro coins of values of 10 cents and above were redesigned in to show a new map.
This map showed Europe, not just the EU, as one continuous landmass; however Cyprus was moved west as the map cut off after the Bosphorus which was seen as excluding Turkey for political reasons.
The redesign coincided with the first enlargement of the eurozone in that year, with the entry of Slovenia.
Hence, the Slovenian design was added to the designs in circulation. Since then designs for Cyprus , Malta , Slovakia , Estonia , Latvia and Lithuania have been added as each of these states joined the eurozone.
Andorra began minting its own designs in after winning the right to do so. The coins are composed of two alloys.
The inner circle is composed of three layers copper-nickel , nickel , copper-nickel and the outer ring of nickel brass , giving the coin a two-colour appearance.
The coin has a diameter of The coins' edges consist of alternating segments: three smooth, three finely ribbed. The coins have been used from , though some are dated , which is the year the euro was created as a currency, but not put into general circulation.
The reverse used from onwards was designed by Luc Luycx and displays a map of Europe, not including Iceland and cutting off, in a semicircle , at the Bosphorus, north through the middle of Ukraine , then Russia and through northern Scandinavia.
Cyprus is located further west than it should be and Malta is shown disproportionately large so that it appears on the map.
The map has numerous indentations giving an appearance of geography [ clarification needed ] rather than a flat design. Six fine lines cut across the map except where there is landmass and have a star at each end—reflecting the twelve stars on the flag of Europe.
Across the map is the word EURO, and a large number 1 appears to the left hand side of the coin. The designer's initials, LL, appear next to Cyprus.
Luc Luycx designed the original coin, which was much the same except that the design was only of the then 15 members in their entirety [ clarification needed ] and showing borders and no geographic features.
The obverse side of the coin depends on the issuing country. All have to include twelve stars in most cases a circle around the edge , the engraver's initials and the year of issue.
New designs also have to include the name or initials of the issuing country. Austria is currently in breach of the revised rules, but has so far not announced plans to remove "1 EURO" from its coin.
Austria, Germany and Greece will at some point need to update their designs to comply with guidelines stating they must include the issuing state's name or initial, and not repeat the denomination of the coin.
In addition, there are several EU states that have not yet adopted the euro, some of them have already agreed upon their coin designs; however, it is not known exactly when they will adopt the currency, and hence these are not yet minted.
See enlargement of the Eurozone for expected entry dates of these countries. Slovenia and Slovakia have produced coins every year since their respective entries to the eurozone.
PP means the proof-condition coins. Numbers means if more than one coin was minted in that year in that condition by the country. In Germany, there are five mint marks , so they mint ten types of coins in every year.
In Greece, there were coins in which were minted in Finland with S mint mark. There are several error 1-euro coins: Italian types from without mintmarks; Portuguese coins, also from with another type of edging 29 stripes instead of 28 and from with the first type of the common side, officially used until ; and the famous Monegasque coin from without mint marks.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Inner segment: three layers: copper-nickel, nickel and copper-nickel.
Years of minting —present from only for France , Finland , Spain , Belgium and the Netherlands ; from only for Monaco Obverse Design 26 variations, see below.
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