12 Different Euro Countries 1 Cent Coins (12)

Back in 2002 12 European countries took the historic step of dropping their own currencies and introducing a single currency, which we now know as the euro. Although all of them issued the full set of 8 coins in the early years, it was not long before several took the decision to phase out the 1 and 2 cent coins and adopt a policy of rounding up or down to the nearest 5 cents. As with all euro coins, there is a common reverse side showing a globe with a map of Europe, but the obverse is reserved for national symbols. All these coins are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and many are not easy to find at all let alone in this grade.
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£4.95
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