Eesti Pank opened its doors on 19 February for four hours to present the two-euro circulating coin with a special design dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia in the bank’s Independence Hall. A total of 750 people visited the central bank.

The presentation of the... more

The gold collector coin, silver collector coin and coin set are SOLD OUT (added 23.02)
  • Eesti Pank will issue a silver collector coin and a gold one for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
  • The gold coin will cost 300 euros and 3000 will be minted
  • The silver... more
  • Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin with a special design on 19 February to celebrate the anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
  • The central bank will present the new two-euro coin on the same day in the Independence Hall. The presentation starts at 13.00 and is open to everyone... more
  • The two-euro coin with a special design can be used for payment across the whole euro area and will enter circulation on 31 January
  • 500,000 of the coins will be minted for Estonia
  • There will be 10,000 coin cards issued, which will sell for 10 euros each
  • The... more
  • People receive one and two-cent coins as change from shops but very rarely use them for paying with
  • Only the final total price to be paid need be rounded, not the price of each individual item
  • The final price could be rounded mathematically up or down to the nearest five... more
  • The collector coin for the Pyeongchang Olympic games will cost 40 euros
  • They can be bought from the Eesti Pank museum shop, Eesti Post post offices, and the online shop
  • The coins will go on sale on 12 January at 12.00
  • On 12 January only it will also be possible... more

From 2 January Eesti Pank coins and collectibles will be available in the updated Omniva online shop. Items can now be ordered for delivery to parcel machines throughout the Baltic region or by courier. An insurance charge will be added to orders of coins.

From 2 January 2018 Omniva is... more


Collector coins are minted from precious metals with the aim of celebrating very important persons and events. Collector coins are not intended for circulation and they are legal tender only in the country that has issued them. As a rule, the selling price of collector coins minted from precious... more


Eesti Pank has announced a competition to design a silver collector coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of the Estonian statesman Jaan Tõnisson, which will be open to individual designers or to groups.

At the suggestion of the advisory committee at Eesti Pank, the... more

  • The incomes and pensions of 90% of people in Estonia are paid by bank transfer, and only 4% in cash
  • Some 80% of people use both bankcards and cash to pay for their daily purchases, and the rest use only one exclusively
  • Cash is mainly used when it is not possible to pay... more
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