2 euro Malta 2019 - Ta' Hagrat Temple UNC mint mark F
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2 euro commemorative
Netherlands 2012: Ten years of euro banknotes and coins
At the beginning of 2012, the third common 2 euro commemorative coin has been issued.
As with previous common issues, the design is the same for all coins, and every country has its name on its own coin.
The inner part of the coin, designed by Helmut Andexlinger of the Austrian Mint and chosen by citizens and residents of the euro area to be the common commemorative coin for 2012, features the world in the form of a euro symbol in the centre, showing how the euro has become a true global player over the last ten years. The surrounding elements symbolise the importance of the euro to ordinary people (represented by a family group), to the financial world (the Eurotower), to trade (a ship), to industry (a factory), and to the energy sector and research and development (two wind turbines).
The designer’s initials, “A.H.”, can be found (if you look very carefully) between the ship and the Eurotower. Along the upper and lower edges of the inner part of the coin are, respectively, the country of issue and the years “2002 – 2012”. The coin will be issued by all euro area countries. The outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European Union.
Available in the same series: France, Germany (1 or 5 lettres), Finland, Belgium, Spain, Estonia, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Cyprus, San Marino