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150th Anniversary of Italy's Unity
2 Euro


Edition Metal Stamp Diameter Weight Mintage BU Unc XF VF FF
2011 R CuZn25Ni5+Ni, CuNi25 Regular ↑↑ ø 25.27 mm 8.50 g 9 980 000 - 6 - - -
2011 R CuZn25Ni5+Ni, CuNi25 Regular ↑↑ ø 25.27 mm 8.50 g 20 000 - 39.8 - - -
↓ Obverse ↓
Obverse 150th Anniversary of Italy's Unity 2 Euro 2011
Reverse 150th Anniversary of Italy's Unity 2 Euro 2011
↑ Reverse ↑
Issuer Banca d'Italia
Coin type Circulation
Shape Circle (bimetal)
Denomination & currency 2 Euro
2.00 EUR
Design Luc Luycx / Georges Stamatopoulos
Edition details
Year of the edition 2011
Year on Coin 2011
Edition date 2011-04-22
Edition price -
Mint Roma
Privy mark R
Mintage 9 980 000
Physical characteristics
Stamp Regular stamp
Medal alignment
Metal Brass (CuZn25Ni5+Ni), Copper-Nicel (CuNi25)
Diameter ø 25.27 mm
Weight 8.50 g
Border Reeded with inscription ↑↓
6x 2 ★ ★
Rim Upset
Additional decorations -
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Sample graph - Fryderyk Chopin, 50 Złotych, 1972
The inner side of the coin, the middle, three Italian flags blowing in the wind, each representing the past 50 years (corresponding to 1911 to 1961 and 2011) and continuity between generations. This is the logo of the 150th anniversary of Italian unification. Above the inscription is engraved around the "150 ° Unity of Italy," the right of the tricolor letters "R" and "I" overlap to form a monogram of the Italian Republic, the country of origin. In the exergue are the dates "1861 2011 " and below them appears in the center, the mint mark "R", while the right side appear around the letters "ELF INC" which means "Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini, Engraver." The outer ring bears 12 stars.
2 on the left-hand side, six straight lines run vertically between the lower and upper right-hand side of the face, 12 stars are superimposed on these lines, one just before the two ends of each line, superimposed on the mid - and upper section of these lines the European continent ( extended ) is represented on the right-hand side of the face the right-hand part of the representation is superimposed on the mid-section of the lines the word ‘EURO’ is superimposed horizontally across the middle of the right-hand side of the face. Under the ‘O’ of EURO, the initials ‘LL’ of the engraver appear near the right-hand edge of the coin. Send an email
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