Estonian euro coins catalog with values

 

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Circulating euro coins

coin Estonia 2 euro 2011
2 euro 2011 (2011- )

bi-metallic - nickel-brass/copper-nickel
circulation coinage
2 EURO
EESTI 2011
Value - 4-6 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 2 euro 2016
2 euro 2016

bi-metallic - nickel-brass/copper-nickel
commemorative coin
100 years since the birth of Paul Keres (chess grandmaster)
2 EURO
PAUL KERES / EESTI 2016
Value - 4-5 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 1 euro 2011
1 euro 2011 (2011- )

bi-metallic - copper-nickel/nickel-brass
1 EURO
EESTI 2011 / map of Estonia
Value - 3-5 USD

 

coin Estonia 50 euro cent 2011
50 euro cent 2011 (2011- )

brass
50 EURO CENT
EESTI 2011
Value - 1-2 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 20 euro cent 2011
20 euro cent 2011 (2011- )

brass
20 EURO CENT
EESTI 2011
Value - <1 USD

 

coin Estonia 10 euro cent 2011
10 euro cent 2011 (2011- )

brass
10 EURO CENT
EESTI 2011
Value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 5 euro cent 2014
5 euro cent 2014 (2011- )

copper plated steel
5 EURO CENT
EESTI 2014
Value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 2 euro cent 2014
2 euro cent 2014 (2011- )

copper plated steel
2 EURO CENT
EESTI 2014
Value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Estonia 1 euro cent 2012
1 euro cent 2012 (2011- )

copper plated steel
1 EURO CENT
EESTI 2012
Value - <1 USD

 

 

Commemorative euro of Estonia - chart with prices

Year Face value Mintage Theme Alloy Diameter (mm) Weight (gr) Price in Euro
2012 2 2000000 10 years of euro cash circulation bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2015 2 350000 30th anniversary of the European flag bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2016 2 500000 100 anniversary of chess player Paul Kers bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2017 2 1500000 Estonia's road to independence bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2018 2 500000 100 years of Baltic independence bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2018 2 1317800 100 years of the Republic of Estonia bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2019 2 1000000  Estonian Song Festival bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2019 2 1000000 100th anniversary of the translation of instruction into Estonian by the University of Tartu bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2020 2 1000000 100th anniversary of the Tartu Peace Treaty with the RSFSR bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2020 2 750000 200 years since the discovery of Antarctica bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2021 2 1000000 Wolf - Estonian National Animal bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2021 2 1000000 Ugric nationalities bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2022 2 1000000 150 years of the Estonian Literary Society bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2022 2 35th anniversary of the Erasmus program bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2022 2 2000000 Ukraine and freedom bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3

 

 

Estonian euro coins description

Republic of Estonia (Est. Eesti Vabariik)
Capital: Tallinn Area: 45227 km2
Population: 1.311 million (2013)
Official language: Estonian
Currency before the introduction of the euro: Estonian kroon = 100 cents
Euro introduction date: January 1, 2011
Head of State: President
Form of government: parliamentary republic
The Republic of Estonia became the first post-Soviet state to adopt the single European currency. Almost immediately after joining the European Union on May 1, 2004, a decision was made to join the state to the European Union.

 

 

Peyskomu Financial Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM II). And for the adoption of the euro as the official currency, the country's economy must meet all the Maastricht criteria, which take into account indicators of inflation, budget deficit, average interest rate and public debt.
In addition, a national competition was announced to design the obverse of Estonian euro coins. Until October 19, 2004, 134 competitive entries were sent. Of these, a special commission headed by the chairman of the Bank of Estonia, Vahur Kraft, selected ten of the best. The winner was determined by the results of telephone voting. The largest number of votes 12482 out of 45453 (27.5%) was won by Lembit Lohmus' project with an outline image of the map of Estonia on all denominations. According to the artist, there are only a few countries in Europe that have such a 40 an attractive and unforgettable outline like Estonia. The symbol is easy to remember.
Despite the fact that only about 1% of the Estonian population voted for the Lembit Lõhmus project, and despite the fact that there was dissatisfaction with the simplified design, the Bank of Estonia decided not to revise the voting results.

The introduction of the euro in Estonia has been repeatedly postponed. Initially, the Estonian government named January 1, 2007 as the date for the transition to a new currency. However, due to high inflation, the country could not meet all the Maastricht criteria. In subsequent years, the inflation rate was reduced, but only slightly. Only on May 12, 2010, the European Commission announced that Estonia meets all the criteria necessary for joining the eurozone. On July 13, 2010, Estonia received final approval from the EU Council of Ministers of Economics and Finance (Eco-fin) for the changeover to the euro from January 1, 2011. On the same day, the Estonian kroon exchange rate was fixed against the euro as 1 euro = 15.6466 Estonian crowns

On July 20, 2010 minting of Estonian euro coins began at the Mint of Finland.

 

 

An interesting tradition in the euro zone to familiarize citizens with new money has been the release of so-called starter kits containing a certain set of coins. Estonia did not stand aside.

 

 

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Coins of Estonian euro in the catalog are presented divided by historical periods, indicating the main characteristics and differences by type.
Inside the sections, the coins are sorted by denomination - from large to small.
The cost of the coin is approximate and is indicated specifically for the coin shown in the picture. You can use this price to evaluate similar coins (of the same type), but remember that the value is affected by many factors, such as the state of preservation and the date of minting. The cost of coins of the same type can vary greatly depending on the number of surviving copies.
Coins of Estonian euro presented on this page are not sold or bought - this is only a catalog.