- Polished plate
- Set with all 5 stamps
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- Order number: 540212
The 10 euro silver coins from 2010 were minted in polished plate on the occasion of the "Alpine Ski World Championships 2011 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen". They each have a diameter of 32.5 mm and a weight of 18 grams each. The 10 euro silver coins are made of 925/000 silver.
The World Ski Championships 2011 took place from February 7th to 20th in Garmisch-Partenkirchen . Since 1978, after five unsuccessful applications, the world championship has been awarded to the hometown of Maria Riesch and Felix Neureuther for the first time. At the 2011 World Ski Championships, the women and men each held five races and a joint nation-wide competition.
The medals were in the disciplines
- Great combination,
- giant slalom and
awarded. The slalom competitions took place on Gudiberg. The finish line was in the Olympic ski stadium of the Olympic hill in Partenkirchen. The other disciplines were held on the traditional Kandahar, which has the Garmisch district as its destination.
Motif of the 10 euro silver coins
The face of the 10 euro silver coins shows a slalom runner with a mint code on the jersey. Above the slalom runner the Alpspitze and below the silhouette of the venue with the parish church Sankt Martin in Garmisch and the monastery church Sankt Anton in Partenkirchen.
|Value / currency:||10 Euro|
|Condition / stamping quality:||Polished plate|