Euro Coinage 2009-uncirculated

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The set

Blister - 18,18 Euros

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Details

The maximum mint run of this Euro set containing coins minted in 2009 is 30,000 units.

Details - Euro Coinage 2009-uncirculated
Name Face value Weight Diameter
1 Cent 0,01 € 2,30 g 16,25 mm
2 Cent 0,02 € 3,06 g 18,75 mm
5 Cent 0,05 € 3,92 g 21,25 mm
10 Cent 0,1 € 4,10 g 19,75 mm
20 Cent 0,2 € 5,74 g 22,25 mm
50 Cent 0,5 € 7,80 g 24,25 mm
1 Euro 1 € 7,50 g 23,25 mm
2 Euros 2 € 8,50 g 25,75 mm
2 Euros commemorative 2 € 8,50 g 25,75 mm

 

1 Eurocent

The façade of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral is depicted on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

2 Eurocent

The façade of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral is depicted on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

5 Eurocent

The façade of the Santiago de Compostela cathedral is depicted on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

10 Eurocent

The bust of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is reproduced on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

20 Eurocent

The bust of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is reproduced on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

50 Eurocent

The bust of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is reproduced on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

1 Euro

The effigy of H.M the Spanish King is depicted on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

2 Euros

The effigy of H.M the Spanish King is depicted on the obverse. The reverse is common to all the Euro Zone countries.

2-Euro commemorative coin - 10th Anniversary of the European Economic and Monetary Union (E.M.U.)

2 Euros conmemorativa - décimo aniversario de la Unión Económica y Monetaria (UEM)

The design, chosen from among the five pre-selected via online voting by citizens of the European Union, is an intentionally primitive drawing by George Stamatopoulos, a sculptor from the Central Bank of Greece.

It symbolizes the long history of trading operations ranging from prehistoric bartering to the Economic and Monetary Union, of which the Euro forms part.


Introduction

This issue includes the set of Spanish Euro coins struck in 2009 and presented as a limited edition in a handy numbered blister pack that protects the coins while at the same time allowing perfect views of both sides.

This year the set is accompanied by the 2-Euro coin commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Economic and Monetary Union (E.M.U.).

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