Luxembourgish euro coins catalog

 

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Circulation euro coins of Luxembourg

coin Luxembourg 2 euro 2006
2 euro 2006 (2002-2006)

bi-metallic - nickel-brass/copper-nickel
2 EURO
LETZEBUERG 2006
Coin value - 3-4 USD

 

coin Luxembourg 2 euro 2010
2 euro 2010 (2007- )

bi-metallic - nickel-brass/copper-nickel
2 EURO
LETZEBUERG 2010
Coin value - 3-4 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 1 euro 2002
1 euro 2002 (2002-2006)

bi-metallic - copper-nickel/nickel-brass
1 EURO
LETZEBUERG 2002
Coin value - 2-3 USD

 

coin Luxembourg 2 euro 2018
1 euro 2018 (2007- )

bi-metallic - copper-nickel/nickel-brass
1 EURO
LETZEBUERG 2018
Coin value - 3-4 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 50 euro cent 2002
50 euro cent 2002 (2002-2006)

brass
50 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2002
Coin value - 1-2 USD

 

coin Luxembourg 50 euro cent 2012
50 euro cent 2012 (2007- )

brass
50 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2012
Coin value - ~1 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 20 euro cent 2002
20 euro cent 2002 (2002-2006)

brass
20 EURO CENT / members of the EU on the map of Europe
LETZEBUERG 2002
Coin value - <1 USD

 

coin Luxembourg 20 euro cent 2012
20 euro cent 2012 (2007- )

brass
20 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2012
Coin value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 10 euro cent 2004
10 euro cent 2004 (2002-2006)

brass
10 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2004
Coin value - <1 USD

 

coin Luxembourg 10 euro cent 2012
10 euro cent 2012 (2007- )

brass
10 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2012
Coin value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 5 euro cent 2002
5 euro cent 2002 (2002- )

copper plated steel
5 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2002
Coin value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 2 euro cent 2002
2 euro cent 2002 (2002- )

copper plated steel
2 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2002
Coin value - <1 USD

 

 

coin Luxembourg 1 euro cent 2002
1 euro cent 2002 (2002- )

copper plated steel
1 EURO CENT
LETZEBUERG 2002 / head right
Coin value - <1 USD

 

 

Commemorative euro coins of Luxembourg - chart with prices

Year Face value Mintage Theme Alloy Diameter (mm) Weight (gr) Price in Euro
2004 2 2497800 Grand Duke of Luxembourg Henri and his monogram bimetallic 25,75 8,5 6
2005 2 2770000 Three Anniversary bimetallic 25,75 8,5 6
2006 2 1045100 25th anniversary of Prince Guillaume bimetallic 25,75 8,5 6
2007 2 1025000 Palace of the Grand Dukes bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2007 2 2040100 50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2008 2 1040100 Duke of Luxembourg Henri and Berg Castle bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2009 2 800000 10th anniversary of the Economic and Monetary Union bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2009 2 1000000 90 years of accession to the throne of Duchess Charlotte bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2010 2 500000 Coat of arms of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg bimetallic 25,75 8,5 10
2011 2 700000 Title "Lieutenant Representative of the Grand Duchess" bimetallic 25,75 8,5 5
2012 2 700000 100 years of the death of Grand Duke William IV bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2012 2 500000 The wedding of Guillaume and Stefania de Lannois bimetallic 25,75 8,5 7
2012 2 500000 10 years of euro cash circulation bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2013 2 700000 National anthem bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2014 2 519500 175 years of independence of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2014 2 510000 50 years of accession to the throne of Grand Duke Jean bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2014 5 2500  Coin of steel steel 34 21,85 50
2015 2 500000 15th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Grand Duke Henry bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2015 2 510000 30th anniversary of the European flag bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2015 2 500000 125th anniversary of the Nassau-Weilburg dynasty bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2016 2 500000 50 years of the Princess Charlotte Bridge bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2017 2 300000 50 years of voluntary military service in Luxembourg bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2017 2 300000 200 years to Grand Duke William III bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2018 2 300000 175 years since the death of Grand Duke Guillaume I bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2018 2 300000 150 years of the Luxembourg Constitution bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2019 2 300000 100th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Grand Duchess Charlotte bimetallic 25,75 8,5 3
2019 2 300000 100 years of universal suffrage in Luxembourg bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2020 2 300000 200th anniversary of the birth of Prince Henry of Orlan bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2020 2 300000 Birth of the Heir bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4
2021 2 320000 100 years since the birth of Grand Duke Jean bimetallic 25,75 8,5 9
2021 2 320000 40 years since the birth of Duke Guillaume and the marriage of the Grand Duke bimetallic 25,75 8,5 9
2022 2 500000 10th anniversary of the wedding of Duke Guillaume and Duchess Stephanie bimetallic 25,75 8,5 8
2022 2 500000 50th anniversary of the flag of Luxembourg bimetallic 25,75 8,5 8
2022 2 3000000 35th anniversary of the Erasmus program bimetallic 25,75 8,5 4

 

 

Luxembourgish euro coins description

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (luxury Groussherzogtum Lötzebuerg, French Grand-Duche de Luxembourg, German Grofiherzogtum Luxemburg)
Capital: Luxembourg Area: 2586.4 km2
Population: 537.0 thousand people (2012)
Official languages: Luxembourgish, French, German
Currency before the introduction of the euro: Luxembourgish franc = 100 centimes
of the euro: from 1 January 1999, from 1 January 2002 in cash
Head of State: Grand Duke
Form of government: constitutional monarchy

According to the legislation of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, a portrait of its monarch must be presented on all coins of this state. Previously, before the transition to the euro, in this small European state, the Luxembourg franc was used as the state currency, on the coins of which there was a portrait of the monarch on one side, and the face value on the other.
Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg (Henri, b. 1955) has been ruling his country since October 7, 2000. After the transition to the single European currency, a profile portrait of Henri by engraver Yvette Gastauer-Claire (Yvette Gastauer-Claire, b. 1957).



In addition, next to the portrait there is the name of the state in Luxembourgish: LЁTZEBUERG.
Henri was born on April 16, 1955 at Betzdorf Castle. The son of Grand Duke Jean and Princess Josephine-Charlotte of Belgium received his secondary education in Luxembourg, after which he studied in France, Great Britain and Switzerland. In 1980-1988 was a member of the Council of State of Luxembourg. On March 3, 1998, he was appointed representative of the Grand Duke. Became the head of state on October 7, 2000 after the abdication of his father Jean.
Luxembourg does not have its own mint, so the Grand Duchy orders the minting of euro coins in other European countries. So, coins dated 2002-2004 were minted at the Royal Mint of the Netherlands, 2005-2006. - at the Mint of Finland, 2007-2008. - at the Paris Mint, and since 2009, minting has been again made in the Netherlands. At the same time, coins of different years have mint designations corresponding to this period.