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The silver coin for the Tokyo Olympics is going on sale

19.05.2021
  • Three thousand of the coins have been minted
  • Each coin will cost 45 euros and have a nominal value of 8 euros
  • Sales of the coin will start on Wednesday 26 May at 12.00
On Wednesday 26 May, Eesti Pank will issue into circulation a silver commemorative coin dedicated to the Estonian athletes at the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. The coin is designed in a Japanese minimalist style. It shows the sun rising behind Mount Fuji, which is near Tokyo, and the logo of the Estonian Olympic Committee is placed on top of the mountain.

The coin was designed by Ander Avila, who graduated from Pallas University of Applied Sciences and has worked as a designer and creative director in various advertising agencies, winning advertising and design awards for his work. He has also taught graphic design at Pallas University, and he now has his own design studio Sulev.
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  • The silver coin dedicated to the Estonian athletes at the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo is a collector coin. Collector coins are mostly made of precious metals and commemorate important events or people for the issuing country. Collector coins are only legal tender in the country of issue, They are not intended for circulation, but rather for collecting or as gifts, and their selling price usually exceeds their nominal value.

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Eesti Pank is issuing a two-euro coin for the Finno-Ugric peoples into circulation

09.06.2021
  • The coin will enter circulation through banks and shops on 16 June
  • One million of the coins will be minted
  • There will be 12,000 two-euro coin cards, which will sell for 10 euros

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“Eesti Pank is this time issuing a quite special coin that is dedicated to our roots as a people. Estonians are one of the Finno-Ugric peoples*, who share similar languages and genes, and perhaps also a similar way of seeing the world. This is shown in the small but very meaningful symbols on the two-euro coin that will shortly enter circulation”, said Governor of Eesti Pank Madis Müller.

The design of the commemorative coin features the stone age cave drawings from Äänisjärv showing the sun, the elk, the hunter and the water bird. The cave drawings of Äänisjärve appear on the UNESCO list of world heritage. The coin was designed by Al Paldrok and Madis Põldsaar.

The two-euro commemorative coins with the special design are valid as legal tender throughout the euro area. They will enter circulation through banks and shops from 16 June.

A total of one million coins have been minted, of which 12,000 are BU (brilliant uncirculated) quality and are sold on a coin card. The coins were minted by the Lithuanian mint.

Governor of Eesti Pank Madis Müller will present the commemorative coin and the coin card at the VIII World Congress of the Finno-Ugric peoples in the Estonian National Museum in Tartu.

* The ancestors of the Finno-Ugric peoples came originally from the area of the Ural mountains. Three Finno-Ugric peoples have national independence, the Estonians, the Finns and the Hungarians. The European Union is also the ancient home of several other smaller tribes like the Sami and the Livonians. Some twenty Finno-Ugric nations also live in Russia.



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Das war ja auch keine Kritik an der Veröffentlichung durch Dich, Rudolf, sondern an der Blindheit der Eesti Pank !
 

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Immerhin wurde das Bild einer Originalmünze verwendet. :)
 

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Eesti Pank is issuing a silver coin for the 150th anniversary of the birth of Estonian statesman Friedrich Karl Akel

  • Three thousand of the coins have been minted
  • Each coin will cost 45 euros and have a nominal value of 15 euros
  • The coin will go on sale at 13.00 on 2 September
  • The coins will not be sold in the shop of the museum of Eesti Pank or in post offices
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On 2 September Eesti Pank will release a silver collector coin to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Estonian statesman Friedrich Karl Akel. Akel was a doctor, diplomat and Foreign Minister, and in 1924 he served as the Estonian Head of State. One achievement of the government he led was that it secured the state finances.

The coin shows a fragment from a portrait of Friedrich Karl Akel and his signature against a background of the Estonian flag. The silver coin was designed by Kristo Kooskora and the coins were minted by the Lithuanian mint.

Friedrich Karl Akel was born on 5 September 1871 in Mulgimaa, and was Estonian Head of State and Foreign Minister and a diplomat, having studied medicine and worked as an eye doctor. He was Head of State from 26 March to 16 December 1924. He played an active role in society throughout his life, joining the Estonian Students Society while he was at university, then later chairing various societies when he lived and worked in Tallinn, where he was also a member and later chair of the Tallinn city council, and was chairman of the Tallinn Loan and Savings Society, and vice president of the consistory of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church. He also headed the Estonian Olympic Committee. Friedrich Karl Akel served three times as foreign minister and was a diplomat in Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands. The Soviet occupying forces arrested Akel in 1940 and he died in summer 1941 in an unknown location.

The coins dedicated to Friedrich Karl Akel will only be on sale through the Omniva online store. The coins will not be sold in post offices or in the shop of the museum of Eesti Pank because of the risk of the spread of Covid-19. Sales of the coin online will start on Thursday 2 September at 13.00. Each purchaser may buy up to three coins, and the coins cannot be reserved in advance.

The designer of the coin Kristo Kooskora graduated from Tartu Art School and holds a Masters in Cultural Heritage and Conservation from the Estonian Academy of Arts. Alongside his everyday design work he is a researcher of architectural heritage and a supervisor in the Faculty of Arts and Culture of the Estonian Academy of Arts.



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