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Introduction of the euro, 10 euro silver coin 2002, brilliant uncirculated

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In 2002, Germany minted the first 10-euro silver coin on the occasion of the "introduction of the... more
Product information "Introduction of the euro, 10 euro silver coin 2002, brilliant uncirculated"
In 2002, Germany minted the first 10-euro silver coin on the occasion of the "introduction of the euro" in uncirculated luster. It has a diameter of 32.5 mm and a weight of 18 grams. The 10 Euro silver coin is made of 925/000 silver.

The Euro was launched on January 1st Introduced as cash in 2002. This would replace the national currencies as a means of payment. The euro coins are minted by the national central banks of the 17 states of the Eurosystem as well as by three other states, each with a country-specific back. The only difference between the euro banknotes is the use of different letters as the first digit of the serial number. This number can be used to determine for which country the ticket was printed.

The Euro is the currency of the European Economic and Monetary Union. It acts as a common official currency in 17 EU member states as well as six other European states that together form the euro zone. After the US dollar, the euro is the most important reserve currency in the world.

Motif of the 10 euro silver coin

The face of the 10 euro silver coin shows the euro logo. And a map of the member states of the European Union.

Country: Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Value / currency: 10 Euro
Condition / stamping quality: Brilliant uncirculated
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