Talk:Italian euro coins
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Carlo Azeglio Ciampi is the President of the Italian Republic, not the Economy minister!
- 1 2 € commemorative coins
- 2 Coins???
- 3 coin images
- 4 Fair use rationale for Image:€2 commemorative coin Italy 2007 TOR.jpg
- 5 Image copyright problem with File:€2 commemorative coin Italy 2009 EMU.jpg
- 6 €2 coin edge
- 7 Reverse of coins
- 8 File:2 Euro coin It.gif Nominated for speedy Deletion
- 9 Copyright
- 10 File:Italia 2009 uem.png Nominated for Deletion
- 11 50 cent background
- 12 new design expected/required/recommended?
2 € commemorative coins
Where are all the coins?--188.8.131.52 10:10, 4 August 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:€2 commemorative coin Italy 2007 TOR.jpg
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€2 coin edge
Reverse of coins
File:2 Euro coin It.gif Nominated for speedy Deletion
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Is it true that only €2 has the copyright issue? Since all the smaller coins' images are on the article. Makes no sense. I thought the rights are owned by the issuing country, so what sense would it make to only include €2 with copyright? 184.108.40.206 (talk) 15:57, 16 November 2011 (UTC)
File:Italia 2009 uem.png Nominated for Deletion
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50 cent background
new design expected/required/recommended?
Why the recommendation from The Commission of the European Communities is not in this article? The same section of it "Article 4. Design of the national sides", applies also to Italian coins. Three of the coins designs clearly extends to the stars: €2, €1 and €0.10, and the other are also at least very close to the stars. I'd say none of the coins has the stars "fully surround the national design", as it says in French euro coins#Future changes to national sides. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 10:40, 22 March 2015 (UTC)