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Summary[edit]

Euro-standard circulation German 1 euro coin (National/Obverse side)

Rationale[edit]

This design is copyrighted by the ECB, and its use is permitted by ECB, "as long as reproductions in advertising or illustrations cannot be mistaken for genuine banknotes" and [for coins] "for photographs, drawings, paintings, films, images, and generally reproductions in flat format (without relief) provided they are in faithful likeness and are used in ways which do not damage or detract from the image of the euro". Usage in the Wikipedia article on German euro coins fulfills these conditions and is in accordance with the WP:NFCC.

Non-free media information and use rationale for 1 euro coins
Description

German 1 euro coin (National/Obverse side)

Source

http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm

Article

1 euro coins

Portion used

Coin (one side)

Low resolution?
Purpose of use

From http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm for fair use on 1 euro coins

  1. This image is a low-resolution image of a coin.
  2. This image does not limit the copyright holder's ability to profit from the original source, nor will it dilute the importance or recognition of the album or the artist in connection with its organization.
  3. This image enhances the article in which it's displayed, as it provides an immediate relevance to the reader more capably than the textual description alone.
  4. Use of the coin visually identifies the coin and the artist and its products in a manner that mere prose cannot, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.
Replaceable?

Not replaceable; coin images are always presumed non-free.

Other information

This design is copyrighted by the ECB, and its use is permitted by ECB, "as long as reproductions in advertising or illustrations cannot be mistaken for genuine banknotes" and [for coins] "for photographs, drawings, paintings, films, images, and generally reproductions in flat format (without relief) provided they are in faithful likeness and are used in ways which do not damage or detract from the image of the euro".

Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of 1 euro coins//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eur.de.100.gif
Non-free media information and use rationale for German euro coins
Description

German 1 euro coin (National/Obverse side)

Source

http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm

Article

German euro coins

Portion used

Coin (one side)

Low resolution?
Purpose of use

From http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm for fair use on German euro coins

  1. This image is a low-resolution image of a coin.
  2. This image does not limit the copyright holder's ability to profit from the original source, nor will it dilute the importance or recognition of the album or the artist in connection with its organization.
  3. This image enhances the article in which it's displayed, as it provides an immediate relevance to the reader more capably than the textual description alone.
  4. Use of the coin visually identifies the coin and the artist and its products in a manner that mere prose cannot, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.
Replaceable?

Not replaceable; coin images are always presumed non-free.

Other information

This design is copyrighted by the ECB, and its use is permitted by ECB, "as long as reproductions in advertising or illustrations cannot be mistaken for genuine banknotes" and [for coins] "for photographs, drawings, paintings, films, images, and generally reproductions in flat format (without relief) provided they are in faithful likeness and are used in ways which do not damage or detract from the image of the euro".

Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of German euro coins//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eur.de.100.gif
Non-free media information and use rationale for Coat of arms of Germany
Description

German 1 euro coin (National/Obverse side)

Source

http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm

Article

Coat of arms of Germany

Portion used

Coin (one side)

Low resolution?
Purpose of use

From http://www.ibiblio.org/theeuro/files/files.nat/germany.s01.htm for fair use on Coat of arms of Germany

  1. This image is a low-resolution image of a coin.
  2. This image does not limit the copyright holder's ability to profit from the original source, nor will it dilute the importance or recognition of the album or the artist in connection with its organization.
  3. This image enhances the article in which it's displayed, as it provides an immediate relevance to the reader more capably than the textual description alone.
  4. Use of the coin visually identifies the coin and the artist and its products in a manner that mere prose cannot, and meets all criteria in WP:NFCC.
Replaceable?

Not replaceable; coin images are always presumed non-free.

Other information

This design is copyrighted by the ECB, and its use is permitted by ECB, "as long as reproductions in advertising or illustrations cannot be mistaken for genuine banknotes" and [for coins] "for photographs, drawings, paintings, films, images, and generally reproductions in flat format (without relief) provided they are in faithful likeness and are used in ways which do not damage or detract from the image of the euro".

Fair useFair use of copyrighted material in the context of Coat of arms of Germany//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eur.de.100.gif

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