Euro of Monaco

Euro Coins of Monaco, with images, characteristics and history

1 cent
2002-
16,25 mm
2,30 g
steel, copper
1 cent euro 1 cent euro Monaco
2 cents
2002-
18,75 mm
3,06 g
steel, copper
2 cents euro 2 cents euro Monaco
5 cents
2002-
21,25 mm
3,92 g
steel, copper
5 cents euro 5 cents euro Monaco
10 cents
2002-
19,75 mm
4,10 g
nordic gold
10 cents euro 10 cents euro Monaco
20 cents
2002-
22,25 mm
5,74 g
nordic gold
20 cents euro 20 cents euro Monaco
50 cents
2002-
24,25 mm
7,80 g
nordic gold
50 cents euro 50 cents euro Monaco
1 euro
2002-2006
23,25 mm
7,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
1 euro 1 euro Monaco
2 euro
2002-2006
25,75 mm
8,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
2 euro 2 euro Monaco
1 euro
2006-
23,25 mm
7,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
1 euro 1 euro Monaco 2007
2 euro
2006-
25,75 mm
8,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
2 euro 2 euro Monaco 2006

Monegasque euro

Monaco has been authorized by the European Union to use the euro as its official currency, although not being part of the European Monetary Union, due to the usage of the French franc as legal tender.

At the beginning, the national sides of the euro coins of Monaco shown:

The national side changed in 2006, after the death in 2005 of the Rainier, showing:

All the coins present the word "Monaco" and the 12 stars of the EU, the mark of the mint, and the symbol of the directors of the Mint. The Principality of Monaco mints its own coins in the French Mint, the Monnaie de Paris.

2 euro commemorative coins

2007
25th anniversary of the death of Grace Kelly
2 euro Monaco 2007
2011
Wedding between Prince Albert II and Charlene Wittstock
2 euro Monaco 2011
2012
500th anniversary of the establishment of Monaco’s sovereignty by Lucien I Grimaldi
2 euro Monaco 2012
2013
20th anniversary of the ONU joining
2 euro Monaco 2013
2015
800th Anniversary of the Construction of the first Fortress on the Rock
2 euro Monaco 2013
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