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German euro coins

German euro coins have three separate designs for the three series of coins. The 1-cent, 2-cent and 5-cent coins were designed by Rolf Lederbogen, the design for the 10-cent, 20-cent and 50-cent coins is by Reinhard Heinsdorff and the 1 and 2 euro coins were done by Heinz Hoyer and Sneschana Russewa-Hoyer. Featured in all designs are the 12 stars of the EU and the year of imprint.

In addition to the year, the German coins also feature a small letter as a mint mark indicating the particular mint that minted the coin.

The letters were assigned to the mints as they opened. The mints in Hannover/Vienna (B), Frankfurt am Main (C), Dresden/Muldenhütte (E), and Darmstadt (H) have since been closed; the last, Muldenhütte, in 1953.

German euro design

For images of the common side and a detailed description of the coins, see euro coins.

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Circulating Mintage quantities

The following table shows the mintage quantity for all German euro coins, per denomination, per year (the numbers are represented in millions).[1]

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2002 A 800.0 360.0 480.0 696.1 378.1 337.7 367.9 238.9 *
2002 D 840.0 483.0 504.0 722.0 367.0 370.2 372.6 238.9 *
2002 F 960.0 507.8 576.0 838.8 421.6 430.5 439.8 281.1 *
2002 G 560.0 311.8 336.0 494.3 251.9 256.6 266.4 182.0 *
2002 J 840.0 419.4 504.0 758.6 441.0 401.4 372.3 257.8 *
2002 Total 4,840.0 2,501.4 2,904.0 4,268.4 2,300.5 2,156.9 2,186.9 1,448.0 *
Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2003 A * 200.0 * 50.7 41.9 * 50.3 20.5 *
2003 D * 105.0 * 50.8 24.1 70.6 * 22.2 *
2003 F * 164.2 * 6.0 82.4 * * 24.5 *
2003 G * 80.2 * 13.0 42.1 * * 29.1 *
2003 J * 168.6 * 25.5 * 39.6 29.9 19.5 *
2003 Total * 718.0 * 146.0 190.5 110.2 80.2 115.8 *

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2004 A 280.0 127.0 112.0 * * 82.3 21.9 31.6 *
2004 D 294.0 133.4 117.6 11.2 49.8 * 89.3 19.8 *
2004 F 336.0 152.4 134.4 51.4 * 73.5 88.2 * *
2004 G 196.0 88.9 78.4 15.5 * 37.4 41.7 * *
2004 J 294.0 133.4 117.6 * * * * 22.5 *
2004 Total 1,400.0 635.1 560.0 78.1 49.8 193.2 241.1 73.9 *

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2005 A 120.0 73.0 44.0 * 8.0 * * * *
2005 D 126.0 76.7 46.2 * 8.4 * * * *
2005 F 144.0 87.6 52.8 * 9.6 * * * *
2005 G 84.0 51.1 30.8 * 5.6 * * * *
2005 J 126.0 76.7 46.2 * 8.4 * 59.8 * *
2005 Total 600.0 365.1 220.0 * 40.0 * 59.8 * *

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2006 A * 108.0 27.0 * 39.0 * * * 6.0
2006 D * 113.4 28.4 * 41.0 * * * 6.3
2006 F * 129.6 32.4 * 46.8 * * * 7.2
2006 G * 75.6 18.9 * 27.3 * * * *
2006 J * 148.4 28.4 * 41.0 * * * 6.3
2006 Total * 575.0 135.1 * 195.1 * * * 30.0

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00 €2.00 CC
2007 A 119.4 100.0 52.4 * 21.6 * * * 2.04
2007 D 125.4 105.0 55.0 * 22.7 * * * 26.34
2007 F 143.3 120.0 62.9 * 25.9 * * * 19.85
2007 G 83.6 70.0 36.7 * 15.1 * * * 9.2
2007 J 125.4 105.0 55.0 * 22.9 * * * 2.57
2007 Total 597.1 500.0 262.0 * 108.2 * * * 60.0

* No coins were minted that year for that denomination
*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00
2008 A 101.2 80.0 29.2 *** 15.8 *** *** 11.4
2008 D 106.3 84.0 30.7 *** 16.6 *** *** 11.8
2008 F 121.4 96.0 35.0 *** 19.0 *** *** 13.7
2008 G 70.8 56.0 20.4 *** 11.1 *** *** 8.0
2008 J 106.3 84.0 30.7 *** 16.3 *** *** 12.0
2008 Total 506.0 400.0 146.0 *** 78.8 *** *** 56.9

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00
2009 A 100.0 59.0 39.6 *** 21.6 *** *** *
2009 D 105.0 62.0 41.6 *** 22.7 *** *** *
2009 F 120.0 70.8 47.5 *** 25.9 *** *** *
2009 G 70.0 41.3 27.7 *** 15.1 *** *** *
2009 J 105.0 62.0 41.6 *** 22.7 *** *** *
2009 Total 500.0 295.1 198.0 *** 108.0 *** *** *

* No coins were minted that year for that denomination
*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00
2010 A 94.4 72.8 39.8 *** 24.4 *** *** 19.6
2010 D 99.1 76.4 41.8 *** 25.6 *** *** 20.6
2010 F 113.3 87.4 47.8 *** 29.3 *** *** 23.5
2010 G 66.1 51.0 27.9 *** 17.1 *** *** 13.7
2010 J 99.1 76.4 41.8 *** 25.6 *** *** 20.6
2010 Total 472.0 364.0 199.1 *** 122.0 *** *** 98.0

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

Face Value €0.01 €0.02 €0.05 €0.10 €0.20 €0.50 €1.00 €2.00
2011 A 118.4 100.4 59.2 *** 33.0 *** *** 20.2
2011 D 124.3 105.4 62.2 *** 34.7 *** *** 21.2
2011 F 142.1 120.5 71.0 *** 39.6 *** *** 24.2
2011 G 82.9 70.3 41.4 *** 23.1 *** *** 14.1
2011 J 124.3 105.4 62.2 *** 34.7 *** *** 21.2
2011 Total 592.0 502.0 296.0 *** 165.1 *** *** 100.9

*** Small quantities minted for sets only

€2 commemorative coins

German Bundesländer series

Germany started the commemorative coin series Die 16 Bundesländer der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (The 16 States of the Federal Republic of Germany) in 2006, which will continue until 2021. The year in which the coin for a specific state is issued coincides with that state's Presidency of the Bundesrat.[2] The coins issued are:

Year Number State Design
2006 1 23x15px Schleswig-Holstein Holstentor in Lübeck
2007 2 23x15px Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Schwerin Castle
2008 3 23x15px Hamburg St. Michael's Church
2009 4 23x15px Saarland Ludwigskirche in Saarbrücken
2010 5 23x15px Bremen City Hall and Roland
2011 6 23x15px North Rhine-Westphalia Cologne Cathedral
2012 7 23x15px Bavaria Neuschwanstein Castle near Füssen
2013 8 23x15px Baden-Württemberg Maulbronn Abbey
2014 9 23x15px Lower Saxony St. Michael's Church in Hildesheim
2015 10 23x15px Hesse St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main
2016 11 23x15px Saxony Zwinger Palace in Dresden
2017 12 23x15px Rhineland-Palatinate Porta Nigra in Trier
2018 13 23x15px Berlin Charlottenburg Palace
2019 14 23x15px Saxony-Anhalt Cathedral of Magdeburg
2020 15 23x15px Thuringia Wartburg Castle in Eisenach
2021 16 23x15px Brandenburg Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam

The other seven coins will be issued in the following years; note that some designs are not yet finalised and still subject to change. Originally, the designs for the following states were different:[2]

The series is similar to the United States' 50 State Quarters series, which saw fifty coins issued for its fifty constituent states, five per year between 1999 and 2008. A separate program saw six coins issued in 2009 for the District of Columbia and five territories of the United States.

Collector coins

External links

References

  1. "Circulating Mintage quantities". Henning Agt. Retrieved 22 August 2008. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "The Euro – FAQ: Bundesländer Series". 7 April 2007. Retrieved 7 April 2007.