San Marino Euro Coins

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. Please take a look at The San Marino National Mint.

The San Marino 2 euro coin edge inscription

Edge
The edge of the San Marino euro coins
 
The sequence "2 *" repeated six times alternately upright and inverted

Mintmarks on San Marino euro coins

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R Initials CH (Frantisek Chochola) Initials ELF (Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini)
 
The letter 'R', for Rome The designer's initials CH (Frantisek Chochola) The engraver's initials ELF (Ettore Lorenzo Frapiccini)
INC is the Italian abbreviation for 'engraver'

New monetary agreement (2012)

According to the new monetary agreement with the European Union:

  • The annual ceiling for the issuance of euro coins by the Republic of San Marino shall be calculated by the Joint Committee as the sum of ...
    1. a fixed part, whose initial amount for the first year following the entry into force of the new Agreement is set at EUR 2.600.000. The Joint Committee may revise annually the fixed part with a view to taking into account both inflation — on the basis of the HICP inflation of Italy in the last 12 months for which the data are available at the moment of the calculation — and the possible significant trends affecting the euro coins collector market
    2. a variable part, corresponding to the average per capita coin issuance of the Italian Republic in the last 12 months for which the data are available multiplied by the number of inhabitants of San Marino
  • At least 70% of euro coins intended for circulation shall be put into circulation at face value as of the year follwing the entry into force of the new Agreement. This proportion shall reach 80 % after three years
Image of San Marino 2 euros coin
San Marino 2 euros - Government Building - Palazzo Pubblico

The Palazzo Pubblico (Italian: Public Palace) is the town hall of the City of San Marino as well as its official Government Building. The building, where official State ceremonies take place, is the seat of the Republic's main institutional and administrative ... [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2013 592,624 pieces € 3.90 Buy
2012 593,471 pieces € 3.90 Buy
2011 Unknown € 3.95 Buy
2006 185,000 pieces - View
2005 220,000 pieces - View
2004 70,000 pieces - View
2003 70,000 pieces - View
2002 100,760 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 1 euro coin
San Marino 1 euro - Coat of arms

The coat of arms of San Marino probably originated in the fourteenth century, and can be seen as a whole as a symbol of freedom and independence of the oldest republic in the world. The components of the coat of arms are in detail:In the blue shield there ... [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2015 Unknown € 2.00 Buy
2014 Unknown € 2.00 Buy
2013 372,325 pieces € 2.10 Buy
2012 10,000 pieces - View
2010 996,134 pieces € 2.10 Buy
2009 1,096,672 pieces € 2.60 Buy
2006 215,000 pieces - View
2005 70,000 pieces - View
2004 250,000 pieces - View
2003 70,000 pieces - View
2002 131,800 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 50 cents coin
San Marino 50 cents - The Three Towers of San Marino - La Guaita, La Cesta, Il Montale

The Three Towers of San Marino are a group of towers located in the small European country of San Marino. Located on the three peaks of Monte Titano in the capital, also called San Marino, they are depicted on both the national flag and coat of arms. ... [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2015 Unknown € 1.15 Buy
2014 Unknown € 1.65 Buy
2013 32,000 pieces - View
2012 40,000 pieces - View
2008 1,350,000 pieces - View
2007 320,000 pieces € 2.85 Buy
2006 193,880 pieces € 2.30 Buy
2005 179,712 pieces € 2.70 Buy
2004 70,000 pieces - View
2003 205,800 pieces - View
2002 75,400 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 20 cents coin
San Marino 20 cents - Saint Marinus inspired by a painting of the school of Guercino

Saint Marinus was the founder of the world's oldest surviving republic, San Marino, in 301. Tradition holds that he was a stonemason by trade who came from the island of Rab on the other side of the Adriatic Sea (modern Croatia), fleeing persecution for ... [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2015 Unknown € 1.00 Buy
2013 20,000 pieces - View
2008 1,168,360 pieces € 2.00 Buy
2006 65,000 pieces - View
2005 380,000 pieces - View
2004 70,000 pieces - View
2003 220,000 pieces - View
2002 147,400 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 10 cents coin
San Marino 10 cents - Basilica of San Marinus

The Basilica of San Marinus a neo-classical constraining relics of Saint Marinus, founder of the state. In a semicircle above the depiction are the words San Marino and the date with the mint marks to the right [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2015 Unknown - View
2014 Unknown - View
2013 Unknown - View
2012 Unknown - View
2011 Unknown - View
2010 Unknown € 13.75 Buy
2009 Unknown € 13.75 Buy
2008 Unknown € 13.75 Buy
2007 Unknown € 13.75 Buy
2006 65,000 pieces € 16.25 Buy
2005 70,000 pieces € 16.25 Buy
2004 250,000 pieces € 13.75 Buy
2003 430,000 pieces € 14.55 Buy
2002 120,000 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 5 cents coin
San Marino 5 cents - First tower - La Guaita

The Guaita is the oldest of the three towers, and the most famous. It was constructed in the 11th century and served briefly as a prison [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2006 3,530,000 pieces € 0.75 Buy
2005 70,000 pieces - View
2004 1,000,000 pieces € 0.80 Buy
2003 70,000 pieces - View
2002 120,000 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 2 cents coin
San Marino 2 cents - Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, officially titled Liberty Enlightening the World, dedicated on October 28, 1886, is a monument commemorating the centennial of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence, given to the United States by the people ... [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2006 2,795,000 pieces € 0.60 Buy
2005 220,000 pieces - View
2004 1,395,000 pieces € 0.55 Buy
2003 70,000 pieces - View
2002 120,000 pieces - View
Image of San Marino 1 cent coin
San Marino 1 cent - Third tower - Il Montale

The Montale is located on the smallest of Monte Titano's summits. Unlike the other towers, this one is not open to the public. It was constructed in the 14th century [ More ]

Year Mintage Price Shop
2006 2,795,000 pieces € 0.45 Buy
2005 70,000 pieces - View
2004 1,320,000 pieces € 0.45 Buy
2003 70,000 pieces - View
2002 120,000 pieces - View