|The Official Blister 2014 contains the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent coins and 1, 2 euros, as well as a commemorative 2 euro coin marking the 600th anniversary of the coronation of Barbara of Celje and a 3 euro bi-coloured coin issued to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the photographer Janez Puhar.
Janez Puhar was a Slovene priest, photographer, painter, and poet. In 1841, he invented a process for making photographs on glass, what was recognized in 1852 in Paris by the Académie Nationale Agricole, Manufacturière et Commerciale. Cillei Borbála was the spouse of Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund and as such Holy Roman Empress. She was by marriage also Queen of Hungary and Bohemia. She received the sobriquet "Messalina of Germany" for her political intrigues, and was instrumental in creating the Order of the Dragon.
Slovenian euro coins, first issued for circulation on 1 January 2007, feature a unique design for each coin. The selection process for the coins started in April 2004, involving preliminary discussions with numismatists, designers and experts. The general public was also invited to participate in a public tender concerning proposals of motifs.