The Estonian champions in the pan-European competition for school children that ran from last November until February are pupils from the sixth-year class of Ülenurme Gymnasium school. A total of 19 Estonian pupils finished in the top 100 of the competition and almost 1200 players from Estonia... more
The first in a series of collector coins for the Hanseatic towns of Estonia will be dedicated to Hanseatic Tallinn and will be released into circulation in the first quarter of 2017. Designers or design teams entering the competition may submit designs for the coins until 12.00 midday on 1 April... more
Eesti Pank is holding a competition to design silver and gold collector coins for the Hanseatic town of Tallinn. These will be the first in a series of collector coins for the Hanseatic towns of Estonia, which will be released into circulation in the first quarter of 2017. Both individual... more
School children can still take part until 25 February in the pan-European competition being run by the European Central Bank, where they can test what they know about the banknotes and coins of the countries of the euro area. The winners of the competition can get a souvenir 20-euro note or an... more
From 25 November to 25 February, the European Central Bank is running a pan-European competition for school children where they can learn about the banknotes and coins of the countries of the euro area. The winners of the competition can get a souvenir 20-euro note or an iPad.
The Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank confirmed on Tuesday that winner of the competition to design a collector coin dedicated to the Estonian athletes and delegation attending the summer Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro is Martin Pärn.
The silver collector coin has a nominal value of 10... more
The panel convened by Eesti Pank to decide on the designs for coins chose the design by Mall Nukke for a silver collector coin dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jaan Poska, and the design by Riho Luuse for the two-euro commemorative coin to mark the 100th anniversary of the... more
Eesti Pank announced design competitions for three coins in July, the collector coins dedicated to Jaan Poska and to the Olympic games in Rio, and two-euro commemorative coin dedicated to Paul Keres. Designs can be submitted for the competition until midday on 18 August.
Eesti Pank is... more
Eesti Pank announces its first competition to design a two-euro commemorative coin, which is a coin that enters circulation but has a special design. The commemorative coin will be dedicated to the chess player Paul Keres and will circulate throughout the euro area.
January 2016 will see... more
Eesti Pank is announcing a competition to design a collector coin dedicated to Jaan Poska, and one for the Estonian athletes and delegation attending the summer Olympic games in Rio. The competitions will be open to individual designers or to groups.
Next year, 2016, will see the 150th... more