Eesti Pank is holding a competition to design a collector coin dedicated to the Estonian athletes at the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. The coin will be issued in summer 2020.
Eesti Pank has a long tradition of issuing collector coins for the Olympics, going back to 1992. The central... more
The Eesti Pank Supervisory Board approved the design by Anna Roomet, Risto Tali and Rait Siska for the silver coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Estonian statesman and long-term President of Eesti Pank Jüri Jaakson.
The coin for Jüri Jaakson will be issued by Eesti... more
The Eesti Pank Supervisory Board approved the design by Tiiu Pirsko and Mati Veermets for the two-euro commemorative coin dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica.
The two-euro commemorative coin for the bicentenary of the discovery of Antarctica will enter... more
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Diameter: 38,61 mm
Weight: 28,8 g
Maximum mintage: 30 000
Edge: edge lettering Ag999,9
Eesti Pank will present a silver collector coin dedicated to the Hansa town of Viljandi in Viljandi Raekoja Park at 13.00 on 8 June. The presentation event will be opened by Governor of Eesti Pank Madis Müller, and designer of the coin Elisabeth Juusu and Major of Viljandi Madis Timpson will... more
On 29 May Eesti Pank will issue into circulation a two-euro circulation coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Song Celebration. A total of one million coins will be issued. Coins and coincards will be on public sale from 14.00-17.00 on Wednesday 29 May in the Independence Hall of Eesti... more
On 29 May at 11.00, Eesti Pank will present the two-euro circulating coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the Song Celebration, which uses a design chosen through a drawing competition for children and a public online vote. After the presentation to the invited audience, the coin will go... more
On 16 May at 13.00, Eesti Pank will present the silver collector coin dedicated to the 200th anniversary of the birth of Johann Voldemar Jannsen in the Pärnu Museum. Johann Voldemar Jannsen was the leader of the Estonian national movement, initiator of the tradition of song festivals, and a... more
- The silver coin will cost 40 euros and have a nominal value of 12 euros
- Sales of the coin will start at 13.00 on 16 May in the Eesti Pank museum shop and the Omniva online shop
- From 17 May the coin will also be on sale in post offices
- The coin will be on sale... more
The Eesti Pank Supervisory Board approved the design for the two-euro commemorative coin dedicated to the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty by the graphic designer Ivar Sakk.
The two-euro coin for the centenary of the Tartu Peace Treaty will enter circulation in early 2020.