|The Official Blister "Mint Kremnica" contains a full set of circulating euros (1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and 1, 2 euros), and a mint medal celebrating the historic past and bright future of Slovakia's Mint Kremnica.
The Kremnica Mint (Slovak: Mincovna Kremnica), is a state-owned mint situated in Kremnica, Slovakia. Its predecessor was established in 1328 when Kremnica was promoted to a free royal town by the Hungarian King Charles Robert of Anjou; the mint issued several kinds of coins early on, of which the most successful was its ducat. It has continuously been producing mint articles for nearly seven centuries .
Slovak 1 and 2 euro coins depict the "Double Cross in the middle of Three Hills" designed by Ivan Rehak. The coins with a nominal value of 50, 20 and 10 euro cents depict the Bratislava Castle designed by Jan Cernaj and Pavol Karoly, and coin 1 - 5 cents depict the artistic design of Krivan designed by Drahomir Zobek.