The panel convened by Eesti Pank declared Elisabeth Juusu, a student at the Estonian Academy of Arts, the winner of the design competition for the collector coin dedicated to Hanseatic Viljandi. The design competition was only open to students who took a course in coin design at the Estonian... more
- There will be two collector coins dedicated to Hanseatic Tallinn, a silver coin with a nominal value of eight euros, and a gold coin with a nominal value of 25 euros
- The silver coin will be on sale for 40 euros and the gold coin for 185 euros and the can be bought from the Eesti... more
On Tuesday the Supervisory Board of Eesti Pank confirmed designs by Riho Luuse as the winners of the competitions for collector coins dedicated to the Hanseatic town of Tallinn.
The silver collector coin for Hanseatic Tallinn, which has a nominal value of eight euros, shows the... 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