Finland 2011 - 2 euro Bank of Finland UNC

2 euro commemorative Finland 2011: 200th anniversary of the Bank of Finland

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2 euro commemorative

Finland 2011: 200th anniversary of the Bank of Finland

The commemorative coin to mark the Bank of Finland’s 200th anniversary, which was designed by the artist Hannu Veijalainen, depicts Finland’s national bird, the swan. In addition, the inner part of the coin bears the dates “2011”, the year of issue, and “1811”, the year in which Emperor Alexander I of Russia decreed that an “Exchange, Lending and Deposit Office” was to be established in Turku, Finland. It was Finland’s first bank and eventually became the Bank of Finland, which moved to Helsinki in 1819. The Bank began to operate as a central bank in the latter part of the 19th century, after Finland obtained its own monetary unit and commercial banks had been established in the country.

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Theme 200th anniversary of the Bank of Finland
Amount 1.500.000
Issue date October 2011


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