|For two years in a row, San Marino issued two annual coin sets. The Official Blister 2013 contains a full set of circulating euros (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and 1, 2 euros) sealed within a blister pack for protection.
The package shows the entrance to enter the city of San Marino, better known as Porta S. Francis, with time transformed and recently restored. On the back of the door, two coats of arms: the left (XIV century), depicting an eagle with outstretched wings, the crowned head and claws well marked, refers to the Ghibellinism of the City of San Marino.
The other, on the right, is the coat of arms of San Marino and the walls and towers protected by the motto "Libertas" (1451). In the photo used for the BU set, AASFN wanted to remember more recent times, though yellowed from memory. Then we find a picture of the early 900 with a group of young people waiting for the coach, who at the time, both for people and for correspondence, was the only means of transport to Rimini.
The Republic of San Marino was granted the right to mint euro coins by virtue of their long-standing monetary agreements with the Italian government. Sammarinese euro coins feature separate designs for every coin. All the coins are inscribed with the words "San Marino" and the twelve stars of the EU.
Issue date: March 2013