Finnish euro coins


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The Finnish euro coins are in Finland put into circulation Euro coins of the common European currency Euro . On January 1, 1999, Finland joined the euro area , making the introduction of the euro valid as the future currency.

Circulation coins

The 1 and 2 cent coins are minted only in very small numbers and only because of the obligation imposed by the ECB to have to mint them. They are not in circulation in normal payment transactions. The main reason for this is the tradition of not using small coins, as well as the rounding of small amounts in the northern European countries when paying in cash. The State Secretary in the Finnish Ministry of Finance even stated that these small coins are often thrown away because they have practically no value and are only exchanged by banks for high fees.

After the issue of 1 and 2 cent coins was still practiced at the central bank in Helsinki in 2002 , there was high demand at the central bank's public counter and a line of several kilometers. The police then banned the sale of the coins. Since then, the coins have only been sold at face value to dealers who are allowed to resell the coins at any price. A roll of 1 cent coins in Finland must be expected to cost at least 20 euros, 2 cent coins are more expensive and the mixed rolls are cheaper in terms of the year of minting than those that only contain coins from one year.

One and two cent coins count as legal tender and must therefore also be accepted by shops in Finland, for example when tourists bring them from other countries in the euro zone. However, this does not change the fact that, according to the law, the final amount is always rounded to 5 cents when paying in cash. In practice, one and two cent coins are not always accepted despite the legal obligation.

All coins are produced in the Finnish mint ( Suomen Rahapaja ) in Vantaa .

First mint series (1999-2006)

The coins of the first mint series have three motifs, two of them on just one coin each. The design for the six smallest coins comes from Heikki Häiväoja , the design for the 1 euro coin by Pertti Mäkinen and the national side of the 2 euro coin by Raimo Heino . All designs contain the twelve stars of the EU and the year of issue as well as the mintmark M , the initial of the Finnish mint master Raimo Makkonen.

The three motifs of the Finnish euro coins are:

Illustrations of the Finnish euro coins | National side
€ 0.01 € 0.02 € 0.05
1 cent Finland 2 cents Finland 5 cents Finland
Heraldic lion
€ 0.10 € 0.20 € 0.50
10 cents Finland 20 cents Finland 50 cents Finland
Heraldic lion
1.00 € € 2.00 Edge of the € 2 coin
1 euro Finland 2 euros Finland Edge finland s01.jpg
Two whooper swans Cloudberry " SUOMI FINLAND " ( Finnish
and Swedish for "Finland")
and three lion heads.

Redesign (from 2007)

In 2007 Finland started redesigning its coins as required by the EU . At the same time, as in most of the euro countries, these coins were minted with the newly designed front with an expanded map of Europe. The motifs of the coins were not changed, only a few details were affected by the redesign. The mint master's mark M was omitted, the country code FI and the logo of the Finnish mint between the 8 and 9 o'clock star were added.

In 2008 the mintmark was moved inwards so that it is no longer on the outer ring.

In the middle of 2010 the mint received a new logo. This has been used on course coins since 2011.

Examples from 2007, 2008, 2011:
2 euros 1 € 50 cents

2 euro commemorative coins

Main article: 2 euro commemorative coins

No. image Issue date
image reference
occasion Official Journal
reference
Edition
1 2 euro commemorative coin Finland 2004.png June 24, 2004
Enlargement of the European Union by ten new member states
1,000,000
2 2 euro commemorative coin Finland 2005.gif October 25, 2005
60 years of the United Nations and 50 years of Finland's membership in the UN
1
2,000,000
3 2 euro commemorative coin Finland 2006.gif October 4, 2006
100 years of general, equal, secret and free elections
2,500,000
4th 2 Euro Finland 2007 Rome.jpg March 25, 2007
50th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome
Euro 13 joint edition

1,400,000
5 Commemorative coin Finland 2007 Independence.jpg December 3, 2007
90 years of Finnish independence
2,000,000
6th 2 Euro Finland 2008.jpg October 24, 2008
60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
1,500,000
7th 10 years EMU 2009 Finland.jpg January 15, 2009
10th anniversary of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)
Euro 16 joint edition

1,400,000
8th € 2 commemorative coin Finland 2009.jpg October 23, 2009
200th anniversary of the first Finnish parliament and the
establishment of central state institutions in Finland

1,600,000
9 € 2 commemorative coin Finland 2010.jpg November 11, 2010
150 years of Finnish currency
1,600,000
10 2 Euro Finland 2011.jpg 17th October 2011
200 years of the Central Bank of Finland
1,600,000
11 € 2 commemorative coin Finland 2012 TYE.png January 12, 2012
10th anniversary of the introduction of euro cash
Euro 17 joint issue

1,500,000
12 Finland2012Schjerfbeck.jpg 5th October 2012
150th birthday of Helene Schjerfbeck
2,000,000
13 2 Euro Finland 2013.-1.jpg 4th September 2013
150 years of sessions of the Finnish Parliament
1,000,000
14th 2 Euro Finland 2013 Sillanpää.jpg 4th November 2013
125th birthday of Frans Eemil Sillanpääs
1,500,000
15th Finland2014ToveJansson.JPG June 16, 2014
100th birthday of Tove Janssons
1,500,000
16 Finland2014IlmariTapiovaara.jpg November 10, 2014
100th birthday of Ilmari Tapiovaara
1,000,000
17th Finland2015JeanSibelius.jpg February 18, 2015
150th birthday of the composer Jean Sibelius
1,000,000
18th Finland2015EU-Flag.jpg August 6, 2015
30th anniversary of the EU flag
Euro-19 joint issue

0.500,000
19th Finland2015Gallen-Kallela.jpg October 22, 2015
150th birthday of the painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela
0.500,000
20th Finland2016Leino.jpg April 25, 2016
90th anniversary of the death of the writer and poet Eino Leino
1,000,000
21st Finland2016by Wright.jpg 17th October 2016
100th birthday of the philosopher Georg Henrik von Wright
1,000,000
22nd Finland2017Independence.jpg June 1, 2017
100 years of independence
2,500,000
23 Finland2017Nature.jpg 23 October 2017
Finnish nature
0.500,000
24 May 28, 2018
Finnish national landscape Koli
1,000,000
25th October 22, 2018
Finnish sauna culture
1,000,000
26th October 31, 2019
Finnish Constitution of 1919
0.500,000
27 August 18, 2020
100 years University of Turku 0.800,000
28 2020
Väinö Linna's 100th birthday
29 2022 35 years of the Erasmus program
Euro 19 joint edition
1Instead of the normal Finnish marginal writing, this commemorative coin YK 1945-2005 uses FN , followed by three lion heads, as the edge embossing. "YK" and "FN" are the abbreviations for "United Nations" in Finnish and Swedish.

Collector coins

5 euros

theme Issue date material Dimensions diameter Edition
st PP
Ice Hockey World Championship April 25, 2003 Ring: Nordic gold , core: cupronickel 20.2 g 35 mm 150,000 -
World Athletics Championships August 4, 2005 Ring: cupronickel, core: Nordic gold 19.8 g 35 mm 170,000 5,000
150 years of demilitarization of the Åland Islands March 29, 2006 Nordic gold 18.7 g 35 mm 55,000 -
EU Council Presidency September 6, 2006 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 -
90 years of independence November 15, 2007 Ring: cupronickel, core: Nordic gold 19.81 g 35 mm 130,000 20,000
100 years of the Academy of Sciences May 20, 2008 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 19.6 g 35 mm 25,000 20,000
Historic provinces Varsinais-Suomi September 30, 2010 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 90,000 30,000
Satakunta November 15, 2010 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 90,000 30,000
Malice February 25, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Savo March 28, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Uusimaa June 20, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Karelia August 19, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Ostrobothnia October 3, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Lapland November 2, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
Åland December 1, 2011 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 100,000 20,000
World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 3rd February 2012 Nordic gold 9 g 27.25 mm 100,000 -
IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship April 13, 2012 Ring: aluminum bronze , core: cupronickel 9.8 g 27.25 mm 180,000 20,000
Nordic nature fauna 2012 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 50,000 7,000
flora 2012 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 50,000 7,000
winter 2012 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 50,000 7,000
summer 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm ? 7,000
Provincial monuments Helsinki Cathedral 2012 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm ? 10,000
Candle bridge 2012 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm ? 10,000
Åland - Sälskär lighthouse 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Finland proper - Turku Cathedral 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Karelia - Imatra hydroelectric power station 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Ostrobothnia 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Satakunta - Sammallahdenmäki (Stone Tombs) 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Savo - Olavinlinna 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000
Malice 2013 Ring: Nordic gold, core: cupronickel 9.81 g 27.25 mm 55,000 10,000

10 Euro

Material: 925 silver - coin diameter: 38.6 mm - mass: 27.4 g (until 2004); 25.5 g (from 2005)

theme Issue date Edition
st PP
200th birthday of Elias Lönnrot February 28, 2002 40,000 40,000
50 years of the Helsinki Summer Olympics August 21, 2002 10,000 34,800
200th anniversary of the death of Anders Chydenius February 26, 2003 30,000 30,000
Karl Gustaf Freiherr von Mannerheim - 300 years of Saint Petersburg September 8, 2003 7,100 27,900
200th birthday of Johan Ludvig Runeberg February 5, 2004 5,600 22,700
90th birthday of Tove Jansson August 9, 2004 50,000 20,000
60 years of peace February 12, 2005 5,000 55,000
Unknown soldier November 15, 2005 25,000 15,000
200th birthday of Johan Vilhelm Snellman February 10, 2006 7,000 29,000
100th anniversary of parliamentary reform May 24, 2006 10,000 20,000
Nordostpassage , Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld February 2, 2007 7,000 33,000
Mikael Agricola and the Finnish language April 10, 2007 6,000 24,000
Finnish flag March 3, 2008 9,000 26,000
100th birthday of Mika Waltari September 19, 2008 5,000 15,000
200th birthday of Friedrich Pacius February 6, 2009 7,000 28,000
200th anniversary of the Finnish Reichstag October 2, 2009 5,000 15,000
Eero Saarinen and architecture January 29, 2010 6,000 20,000
Minna Canth and Equal Opportunities March 19, 2010 6,000 14,000
Konsta Jylhä and folk music July 12, 2010 5,000 10,000
Kaj Franck and industrial art January 28, 2011 5,000 10,000
Pehr Kalm January 28, 2011 6,000 14,000
Hella Wuolijoki March 19, 2011 5,000 7,000
Juhani Aho September 11, 2011 8,000 7,000
Henrik Wigström and European artist 3rd February 2012 15,000 15,000
Armi Ratia and industrial art 4th June 2012 20,000 20,000
Arvo Ylppö 2012 20,000 20,000
Frans Eemil Sillanpää and European authors 1st February 2013 - 20,000
Sophie Mannerheim (nurse) 2013 - 17,000
Eero Järnefelt November 8, 2013 17,000
100th birthday of Tove Jansson February 7, 2014 25,000
Writing ability April 28, 2014 10,000
Ilmari Tapiovaara and the art of interior design 4th September 2014 10,000
400th birthday of Emil Wikström 15th October 2014 10,000

20 Euros

theme Issue date material diameter Dimensions Edition
st PP
10th IAAF World Athletics Championships Helsinki 2005 May 17, 2005 900 gold 13.9 mm 1.73 g - 30,000
peace and security August 19, 2009 925 silver 38.61 mm 33.62 g 3,500 11,500
Children and creativity October 20, 2010 925 silver 38.61 mm 33.62 g 3,500 10,000
Protection of the Baltic Sea October 31, 2011 500 silver 38.6 mm 33.62 g 8,000 -
925 silver - 7,000
Equality and tolerance March 19, 2012 925 silver 38.6 mm 33.62 g 20,000 20,000
Multicultural society 2013 925 silver 38.6 mm 33.62 g - 15,000

50 Euros

Material: bimetal , ring: 925 silver , core: 750 gold - diameter: 27.25 mm - weight: 12.8 g

theme Issue date Edition
125 years of gold coins in Finland December 10, 2003 10,600
Finnish EU Council Presidency 2006 October 16, 2006 08,000
World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 3rd February 2012 05,000

100 euros

theme Issue date material Dimensions diameter Edition
Midnight sun in Lapland November 6, 2002 900 gold 8.64 g 22 mm 25,000
100th birthday of Albert Edelfelt October 14, 2004 900 gold 8.64 g 22 mm 08,500
90 years of independence November 5, 2007 917 gold 8.48 g 22 mm 09,000
200th anniversary of the Finnish War October 9, 2008 917 gold 8.48 g 22 mm 06,700
200th anniversary of the Reichstag in Porvoo March 27, 2009 917 gold 6.78 g 22 mm 07,500
150 years of Finnish currency April 6, 2010 917 gold 5.65 g 22 mm 07,000
200 years of the National Bank of Finland May 30, 2011 917 gold 5.65 g 22 mm 08,000
Parliament from 1863 2013 917 gold 5.65 g 22 mm 05,800
First mark and numismatics April 11, 2014 917 gold 5.65 g 22 mm 06,000

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Web links

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