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Central bank to issue 'de jure' commemorative coin

Latvijas Banka, the Latvian central bank, is issuing a 2 euro commemorative coin dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the de jure recognition of the Republic of Latvia. The coin will only be available for online purchase in gift packaging and in souvenir sets.

It will be available for purchase only on the website e-monetas.lv from 12.00 (noon) on 20 January.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the new numismatic products will not be available at the Cashier's Offices of Latvijas Banka. For the time being, the coins purchased on the website e-monetas.lv will be delivered by post only.

Once the epidemiological situation stabilises, Latvijas Banka will put into circulation a total of 400,000 coins.

The price of the 2 euro coin in Brilliant Uncirculated quality available in gift packaging is 7.90 euro, and the purchase limit for one buyer is 5 pieces (total mintage: 5000 pieces), while the price of the circulation coin set is 25.00 euro, and the purchase limit for one buyer – 5 sets (total mintage: 7000 sets). The new 2 euro coin has been minted by Staatliche Münze Baden-Württemberg (Germany).

De Jure commemorative coin

 

 

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