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Finland 1 euro 2001

2001

Finland (Suomi): Information on the Catawiki site about Finland 1 euro 2001, 2001.
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Catawiki number: 236567
Category: Coins
Title:
Finland 1 euro 2001
Country: Finland (Suomi)Icon-information
Face value: 1 euro
Year: 2001
Variety / overstrike:  
Era: Euro (1999-heden)Icon-information
Head of State: Tarja Kaarina Halonen van Finland (2000-2012)
Type: Coin
Designer: Luycx, Luc, Mäkinen, Pertti
Series:  
Theme: Fauna (Animals), Zwanen
Material: Outer part: nickel-brass. Inner part: three-layer cupronickel, nickel, cupronickel (1 euro)
Gold- or silver content:  
Weight: 7.5
Diameter: 23.25
Thickness: 2.33
Punch: Medal alignment
Shape: Round
Obverse: 2001 M
Reverse: 1 EURO LL
Edge: Segmented reeding
Privy mark: M (Raimo Makkonen)
Mint mark: None
Number produced: 13.862.000
Krause and Mishler number: KM# 104
Catalogue number:  
Details:
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Submission date: 06-02-2009 18:16:41
Submitted by: eric-t
Last updated on: 24-06-2016 16:53:43
Last updated by: prijssuggesties
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MS (mint state/mint condition): € 4.00
EF (extremely fine): € 1.20
VF (very fine): € 1.00
F (fine): € 1.00
VG (Very Good): € 1.00
G (good): € 1.00
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