Greece - 2 euros 2013 (Founding of the Platonic Academy)
Monaco - 1 euro 2014 (H.S.H. Prince Albert II)
Greece - 2 euros 2014 (Union of the Ionian Islands with Greece)
Malta - 2 cents 2013 (Altar of prehistoric temple of Imnajdra)
Belgium - 2 euros 2013 (100 Years of Royal Meteorological Institute)
Fleur de Coin
French: Flower of the Die (FDC)
A perfect or virtually perfect coin. Fully struck up. No Contact- or other Detracting Marks
visible with the naked eye, and only minute superficial imperfections, relating to the manufacturing
process rather than any other cause, may be visible under magnification. Fully Lustre or Mint Bloom
is present. Toning on Silver coins (if present) must be attractive. Brilliance (Color) on Bronze
Coins should be 90% plus. Eye Appeal is outstanding. To reiterate, it is a completely flawless mint
state coin with nothing forgiven. This grade is very rare, not to be taken lightly or accepted easily.
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