Spain Official Blister - Melilla 2012

Spain Official Blister - Melilla 2012 Spain Official Blister - Melilla 2012 Spain Official Blister - Melilla 2012
Obverse of Spain Official Blister - Melilla 2012
Details The Official Blister 2012 "Melilla" contains the 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cent coins and 1, 2 euros (unc), as well as a medal that reproduces the shield of the Autonomous Community or City. This year's set is accompanied by two 2-euro commemorative coins, one dedicated to the Cathedral of Burgos, and the other Europe-wide after the tenth anniversary of the Euro coins and banknotes

Melilla is an autonomous city of Spain, located in northern Africa on the southeast coast of the Peninsula of Tres Forcas off the southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. In ancient times, it was a Phoenician trading colony known as "Rusadir" and a strategic port in the wars between the Carthaginians and the Romans. During the Arab expansion, the city was incorporated into the Caliphate of Cordoba and in 1859, the King of Morocco recognized the sovereignty of its territory next. The obverse of the medal shows the shield of Melilla and the reverse depicts the crowned M, mintmark of the Royal Mint.

The set includes a complete collection of Spanish euro coins dated 2012, presented in a limited edition, numbered blister that protects the coin and, at the same time, allows perfect viewing of both sides.
Mintage 13,500 pieces
Issue price 29.34 euros

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