Euro proof sets

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Eurozone

Austria[edit]

Austria BE set.JPG

Year Mintage[1][2] Contents
2002 10,000 1c-€2
2003 25,000 1c-€2
2004 20,000 1c-€2
2005 20,000 1c-€1 + €2CC (Austrian State Treaty)
2006 20,000 1c-€2
2007 20,000 1c-€1 + €2CC (Treaty of Rome)
2008 15,000 1c-€2
2009 15,000 1c-€2

Belgium[edit]

Belgium BE set.JPG

Year Mintage Contents
1999 15,000 1c-€2
2000 15,000 1c-€2
2001 15,000 1c-€2
2002 15,000 1c-€2
2003 15,000 1c-€2
2004 15,000 1c-€2
2005 3,000 1c-€2
2006 3,000 1c-€2
2007 3,000 1c-€2
2008 2,500 1c-€2
2009 1,500 1c-€2

Cyprus[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2008 Null Null
2009 Null Null

Finland[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
1999 15,000 1c–2€
2000 15,000 1c–2€
2001 15,000 1c–2€
2002 13,000 1c–2€ + silver medal (8,000) or gold medal (5,000)
2003 14,500 1c–2€ + silver medal (8,000) or silver medal with diamond (1,000) or gold medal (5,000) or gold medal with diamond (500)
2004 5,000 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Enlargement)
2005 3,500 1c–2€ + €5 coin (3,000) or anniversary set (500)
2006 3,300 1c–2€ + €2CC (Universal and Equal Suffrage)
2007 2,500 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Treaty of Rome)
2008 2,500 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
2009 2,500 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

France[edit]

France BE set A.JPGFrance BE set B.JPG

Year Mintage Contents
1999 15,000 1c-€2
2000 15,000 1c-€2
2001 15,000 1c-€2
2002 21,453 1c-€2
2003 40,000 1c-€2
2004 20,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2005 10,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2006 10,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2007 7,500 1c-€2 + €15 coin
2008 7,500 1c-€2 + €15 coin
2009 7,500 1c-€2 + €15 coin
2010 9,000 1c-€2 + €15 coin[3]
2011 9,000 1c-€2 + €10 coin (Jacques Cartier)[4]

Germany[edit]

Germany BE set.JPGGermany BE setB.JPG

Year Mintage Contents
2002 500,000 (100,000 each mint) 1c-€2
2003 600,000 (120,000 each mint) 1c-€2
2004 530,000 (106,000 each mint) 1c-€2
2005 425,000 (85,000 each mint) 1c-€2
2006 375,000 (75,000 each mint) 1c-€2 + €2CC (Schleswig-Holstein)
2007 375,000 (75,000 each mint) 1c-€1 + €2CC (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) + €2CC (Treaty of Rome)
2008 350,000 (70,000 each mint) 1c-€2 + €2CC (Hamburg)
2009 250,000 (50,000 each mint) 1c-€2 + €2CC (Saarland) + 2€CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

Greece[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 Null Null
2003 Null Null
2004 Null Null
2005 Null Null
2006 Null Null
2007 Null Null
2008 Null Null
2009 Null Null

Ireland[edit]

Ireland BE set.JPG

Year Mintage Contents
2006 5,000 1c-€2
2007 10,000 1c-€2 + €2CC (Treaty of Rome)
2009 5,000 1c-€2 + €2CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

Italy[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 Null Null
2003 12,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2004 10,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2005 6,600 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2006 5,800 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2007 5,510 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2008 5,000 1c-€2 + €5 coin
2009 5,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (Economic and Monetary Union) + €5 coin

Luxembourg[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 1,500 1c-€2
2003 1,500 1c-€2
2004 1,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (Effigy and Monogram of Grand Duke Henri)
2005 1,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (50th Birthday of Grand Duke Henri, 5th Anniversary of his Accession to the Throne and 100th Anniversary of the Death of Grand Duke Adolphe)
2006 2,000 1c-€2 + €2CC (25th Birthday of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume)
2007 2,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (Grand Ducal Palace) + 2€CC (Treaty of Rome)
2008 2,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (Berg Castle)
2009 2,500 1c-€2 + €2CC (90th Anniversary of Grand Duchess Charlotte's Accession to the Throne) + €2CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

Malta[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2008 Null Null
2009 Not yet known. Not yet known.

Monaco[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2001 3,500 1c–€2
2002 Null Null
2003 Null Null
2004 1,499 1c–€2 + €5 coin
2005 35,000 1c–5c
2006 11,180 1c–€2
2007 Null Null
2008 Null Null
2009 Null Null

Netherlands[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
1999 16,500 1c–€2
2000 16,500 1c–€2
2001 16,500 1c–€2
2002 15,500 1c–€2
2003 12,000 1c–€2
2004 12,000 1c–€2
2005 6,000 1c–€2
2006 5,000 1c–€2
2007 7,500 1c–€2 + €2CC (Treaty of Rome)
2008 10,000 1c–€2
2009 7,500 1c–€2 + €2CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

Portugal[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 15,000 1c–€2
2003 15,000 1c–€2
2004 15,000 1c–€2
2005 10,000 1c–€2
2006 3,000 1c–€2
2007 2,500 1c–€2
2008 3,500 1c–€2
2009 4,000 1c–€2

San Marino[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 Null Null
2003 Null Null
2004 Null Null
2005 Null Null
2006 Null Null
2007 Null Null
2008 13,000 1c–€2
2009 13,000 1c–€2

Slovakia[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2009 13,000 in plastic case + 2,000 in wooden case ("VIP edition") 1c–2€ + silver medal

Slovenia[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2007 Null Null
2008 2,000 1c–€2 + €3 coin
2009 Null Null

Spain[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 23,000 1c–2€
2003 8,904 1c–2€
2005 3,000 1c–2€ + €2CC (Don Quixote de la Mancha)
2007 1,800 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Treaty or Rome)
2008 2,000 1c–2€
2009 5,000 1c–2€ + 2€CC (Economic and Monetary Union)

Vatican[edit]

Year Mintage Contents
2002 9,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2003 13,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2004 16,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2005 16,000 1c–2€ (Pope John Paul II) + silver medal
2006 16,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2007 16,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2008 16,000 1c–2€ + silver medal
2009 15,000 1c–2€ + silver medal

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mintage Figues auflagen". Henning Agt. Retrieved 2008-08-20. 
  2. ^ "Mintage Figues master". €uromaster. Retrieved 2008-08-20. 
  3. ^ "Série Euro Belle Epreuve 2010". Monnaie de Paris. Retrieved 7 June 2012. 
  4. ^ "Série Euro Belle Epreuve 2011". Monnaie de Paris. Retrieved 7 June 2012.