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There are two series of coins in circulation. Both are valid. First series: Queen Beatrix is shown encircled by the inscription "Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden" Queen of the Netherlands.
Second series: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden; King of the Netherlands.
The mint marks appear on either side of the name. Three different euro designs were chosen from entries to a national competition. First series: The cent coin shows the Three Towers of San Marino: Guaita, Cesta and Montale.
Second series: The cent coin shows the portrait of Saint Marino, detail of a painting by Emilio Retrosi. For the second series, the coins were slightly redesigned in in order to comply with the common guidelines issued by the European Commission.
The year, for instance, is inscribed on the inner part of the coin. There are five series of Vatican City coins in circulation.
The first series, showing Pope John Paul II, was issued between and The second series, issued between June and March , shows the coat of arms of the Cardinal Chamberlain, the acting head of state of the Vatican City, superimposed on the emblem of the Apostolic Chamber in the centre of the coin.
The upper part of this design is surrounded by the semicircular words "SEDE VACANTE" and the year of issue in Roman numerals, i.
The designer's name, "D. The third series, issued between April and December , shows Pope Benedict XVI.
The fifth series, first issued in March , shows the coat of arms of the Sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis. We are always working to improve this website for our users.
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You do not have to use all the credit at once. The first series of notes were issued in conjunction with those for a few weeks in the series 'Europe' until existing stocks are exhausted, then gradually withdrawn from circulation.
Both series thus run parallel but the proportion tends inevitably to a sharp decrease in the first series. Legally, both the European Central Bank and the central banks of the eurozone countries have the right to issue the 7 different euro banknotes.
In practice, only the national central banks of the zone physically issue and withdraw euro banknotes.
The European Central Bank does not have a cash office and is not involved in any cash operations. There are several communities of people at European level, most of which is EuroBillTracker ,  that, as a hobby, it keeps track of the euro banknotes that pass through their hands, to keep track and know where they travel or have traveled.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Main article: History of the euro. European Central Bank. Archived from the original on Retrieved 22 October Retrieved 21 October Retrieved 13 October February The Herald.
Back Issue. Retrieved 23 October Deutsche Welle. Connexion France. Archived from the original on 20 July Retrieved Archived from the original on 16 August Retrieved 15 October Six fine lines cut through the sea, breaking when passing through the map, and at their ends at the top and bottom are twelve stars reflective of the flag of Europe.
To the right, in raised lettering, is "50 Euro Cent" with the '50' being shown much larger than the words. The designers initials, LL, appear next to the 0 in Luc Luycx designed the original coin, which was much the same except the design was only of the then 15 members and shown with gaps between the states and raised rather than with an indented sea.
The obverse side of the coin depends on the issuing country. All have to include twelve stars in most cases a circle around the edge , the engravers initials and the year of issue.
New designs also have to include the name or initials of the issuing country. Despite using the Latin alphabet, Austria repeats the denomination on its coins.
Austria, Germany and Greece will also at some point need to update their designs to comply with guidelines stating they must include the issuing state's name or initial, and not repeat the denomination of the coin.
In addition, there are several EU states that have not yet adopted the euro, some of them have already agreed upon their coin designs however it is not yet known exactly when they will adopt the currency, and hence these are not yet minted.
See enlargement of the Eurozone for expected entry dates of these countries. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Enlargement of the eurozone.
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