Latvian Blisters

The following Official Blisters were issued in latvia since the introduction of the Common European Currency on January 1, 2002. These annual sets are often dedicated to important people, important events and historic places, some times accompanied by commemroative coins or medals. The sets are also known to colectors as BU - Brilliant Uncirculated Sets, FDC - Fleur De Coin, Coffret in French and KMS - Kursmoenzensatze in German.

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Obverse of Official Blister KMS Set
Official Blister 2015

The official Blister of Latvia contains a full set of euro coins (1 to 50 cents,1 and 2 euro coins) and a commemorative 2 euro coin dedicated to the Black stork protection plan. The black stork is a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a widespread, but uncommon, species that breeds in the warmer parts of Europe (predominantly in ...

Year Mintage Price Shop
2015 10,000 pieces - View
Obverse of Official Blister KMS Set
Official Blister 2014

Latvia, as one of new European Union (EU) Member States, had the option of choosing the most appropriate time schedule for the euro changeover. The Mint of Stuttgart in Germany won the tender to mint the Latvian euro coin, thus the Latvian euro coins carry the mint mark F. The folk maiden is depicted on the national side of the Latvian one-euro and ...

Year Mintage Price Shop
2014 30,000 pieces - View
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