Portugal copper-nickel UNC coin 2 euros, Centenary of the Portuguese Republic, dated 2010. The Portuguese First Republic spans a complex 16 year period in the history of Portugal, between the end of the period of constitutional monarchy marked by the 5 October 1910 revolution and the 28 May coup d'etat of 1926. The inner part of the coin shows in the centre the Portuguese coat of arms and the Republica effigy, two of the most representative symbols of the Portuguese Republic. The Portuguese Efigie da Republica is represented as a young woman wearing the phrygian cap, modeled after the Liberty of Eugene Delacroix' Liberty Leading the People. As a national distinction, the Portuguese Republic is represented wearing green and red clothes.
Blister, Official issue Hellenic euro coin set + 10 euro silver coin, for the International Year of Biodiversity, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2010. The United Nations proclaimed 2010 to be the International Year of Biodiversity. You are an integral part of nature; your fate is tightly linked with biodiversity, the huge variety of other animals and plants, the places they live and their surrounding environments, all over the world. You rely on this diversity of life to provide you with the food, fuel, medicine and other essentials you simply cannot live without.
Blister, Official issue Hellenic euro coin set + 10 euro silver coin, for the 100 years since her birth, Sofia Vempo, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2010. Sofia Vembo was a leading Greek singer and actress active from the interwar period to the early postwar years and the 50s. She became best known for her performance of patriotic songs during the Greco-Italian War, when she was dubbed the "Songstress of Victory". Because of her role in the war and her efforts during the Axis occupation, she was awarded the rank of Major in the Greek Army.