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New euro coin designs for San Marino

June 8, 2017 – Since the Republic of San Marino introduced the euro 15 years ago, the national sides are being changed now for the first time. By the end of June the new circulation coin set will be issued. The new obverse designs of the coins represent famous works of art and monuments of the Republic, …

San Marino’s new 2 euro and 1 euro coin.San Marino’s new 2 euro and 1 euro coin.

San Marino’s new 2 euro and 1 euro coin.

… such as the portrait of St. Marino, a detail of a painting by G. B. Urbinelli (2 euro) and the Second Tower (1 euro), …

50 cents and 20 cents.50 cents and 20 cents.

50 cents and 20 cents.

… the portrait of St. Marino, a detail of a painting by E. Retrosi (50 cents), and the three Towers (20 cents), …

10 cents and 5 cents.10 cents and 5 cents.

10 cents and 5 cents.

… the façade of the Church and of the Convent of St. Francis (10 cents) and the Church of the Capuchin friars (5 cents), …

2 cents and 1 cent.2 cents and 1 cent.

2 cents and 1 cent.

… the City Gate (2 cents) and the official coat of arms of the Republic (1 cents).

‘World Water Day’: San Marino / 5 euros / Silver .925 / 18g / 32mm / Design: Andrew Lewis.‘World Water Day’: San Marino / 5 euros / Silver .925 / 18g / 32mm / Design: Andrew Lewis.

‘World Water Day’: San Marino / 5 euros / Silver .925 / 18g / 32mm / Design: Andrew Lewis.

The Canadian artist Andrew Lewis designed a 5 euro silver uncirculated coin dedicated to the World Water Day, an annual event designated by the United Nations in 1993, to be included in the packaging with the new 8 divisional coins 2017. The centre of the reverse of the coin depicts a heart with the cycle of water, which symbolizes a careful and respectful management of water.

The issue date is 26th June 2017. The maximum mintage is 23,000 complete sets of the new 8 divisional coins 2017 and 13,000 of the ‘World Water Day’ coin. The coins were designed by Arno Ludwig (obverse 2 euro, 1 euro, 50 cents, 20 cents, 10 cents, 5 cents, 2 cents), Antonella Napolione (obverse 1 cent) and Luc Luycx (reverse). The coins are produced by I.P.Z.S. ROMA.

More information on these and other releases is available here.

And this is the homepage of I.P.Z.S. ROMA.

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