Sammarinese euro coins
Sammarinese euro coins feature separate designs for every coin. All the coins are inscribed with the words "San Marino" and the twelve stars of the EU. The Sammarinese euro coins are minted by Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato (IPZS), in Rome, Italy.
Sammarinese euro design
|€ 0.01||€ 0.02||€ 0.05|
|Third tower (Il Montale)||Statue of Liberty||First tower (La Guaita)|
|€ 0.10||€ 0.20||€ 0.50|
|Basilica of St. Marinus||Saint Marinus inspired by a painting of the school of Guercino||The Three Towers of San Marino (La Guaita, La Cesta, Il Montale)|
|€ 1.00||€ 2.00||€ 2 Coin Edge|
|for a total of 12 stars|
|Coat of arms||Government Building (Palazzo Pubblico)|
Circulating mintage quantities
The Republic, just like the other European states who have the right to issue euro coins, issues commemorative coins, of which the most notorious denomination is €2. The Republic has also issued commemorative euro coins in other denominations, such as the 2014 €5 coin dedicated to three-time Formula One World Champion Ayrton Senna in 2014, being 20 years from Senna's fatal crash at the San Marino Grand Prix. This coin was also complemented by a commemorative €2.50 stamp.
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