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10 euro 2014 Proof Aristotelis

300,00 
Greek collectible silver proof coin with a face value of 10 euros, Greek culture - Philosophers Aristotle, maximum number of 1,200 pieces, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2014. The photo is indicative, the coin you will receive is in the original box along with the certificate of authenticity.

10 euro 2014 Proof Euripides

250,00 
Greek collectible silver proof coin with a face value of 10 euros, for Euripides (485-406 BC), maximum number of pieces 1,200, mint Bank of Greece, issued in 2014. The photo is indicative, the coin you will receive is in the original box along with the certificate of authenticity.

10 euro 2014 Proof Greek Presidency

100,00 
Greek collectible silver proof coin with a face value of 10 euros, Greek Presidency of the EU council 2014, maximum number of 5,000 pieces, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2014. The photo is indicative, the coin you will receive is in the original box along with the certificate of authenticity. Greece held the Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the first half of 2014, before handing over reins to Italy on 1 July 2014. It is the fifth time that Greece held the Presidency since its accession to the European Communities in 1981. The Presidency is responsible for the functioning of the Council of the European Union, the upper house of the EU legislature. It rotates among the member states of the EU every six months. The presidency is not an individual, but rather the position is held by a national government.

100 euro 2014 Proof Dias Zeus

850,00 
Greek collectible gold proof coin with a face value of 100 euros, for the Gods of Olympus - DIAS Zeus, maximum number of 1,000 pieces, Bank of Greece mint, issue in 2014. Zeus, “father of gods and men” according to Homer, was the supreme god of the Greek pantheon. According to prevailing tradition, he was born in a cave on Mount Ida in Crete, where his mother Rhea had sought refuge to save him from his father, Cronos. Zeus had to battle the older deities (the Titans and Giants) in order to prevail. The ancient Greeks imagined him having his abode on Olympus, Greece’s highest mountain, while a number of major sanctuaries to Zeus existed across Greece (Olympia, Nemea, Dodona). Over time, Zeus evolved from a punishing thunderbolt-wielding god into a guarantor of the cosmic order, providence and justice, with such epithets as xenios (patron of hospitality), ikesios (protector of supplicants), themistios (patron of right) and soter (saviour).

2 euro 2014 Coin card BU 20 Years in the Council of Europe Andorra

68,00 
Greek copper nickel BU coin 2 euros, for the 20 Years in the Council of Europe, maximum number of pieces 100.000, issued in 2014. The Council of Europe is an advisory international organisation promoting co-operation between all countries of Europe in the areas of legal standards, human rights, democratic development, the rule of law and cultural co-operation. It was founded in 1949, has 47 member states with 820 million citizens, and is an entirely separate body from the European Union.

2 euro 2014 Coin card BU Domenikos Theotokopoulos

15,00 
Greek copper nickel BU coin 2 euros, for the 400 years from the death of Domenikos Theotokopoulos, maximum number of pieces 7.500, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2014.

2 euro 2014 Coin card BU Unification Ionian Islands

15,00 
Greek copper nickel BU coin 2 euros, for the 150 years from the unification of the Ionian Islands with Greece, maximum number of pieces 7.500, Bank of Greece mint, issued in 2014.

2 euro Andorra 2014 UNC Principality

16,00 
Andorra copper-nickel UNC coin 2 euros, Principality, dated 2014.

2 euro colored 400 Years since the Death of El Greco 2014 UNC Greece

25,00 
Greece commemorative colored nickel copper coin 2 euros, 400 Years since the Death of El Greco, dated 2014. El Greco, born Doménikos Theotokópoulos (1541 – 7 April 1614), was a painter, sculptor and architect of the Spanish Renaissance. "El Greco" (The Greek) was a nickname, a reference to his national Greek origin, and the artist normally signed his paintings with his full birth name in Greek letters. He was born in Crete, which was at that time part of the Republic of Venice, and the center of Post-Byzantine art.

2 euro colored France 2014 UNC

15,00 
France commemorative colored nickel brass coin 2 euros, dated 2014

2 euro colored Union of the Ionian Islands 2014 UNC Greece

25,00 
Greece commemorative colored nickel copper coin 2 euros, Union of the Ionian Islands with Greece, dated 2014. The coin celebrates the 150th Anniversary of the Union of the Ionian Islands with Greece. The Ionian Islands are a group of islands in Greece, traditionally called the Heptanese, i.e. "the Seven Islands". From 1204, the Republic of Venice controlled Corfu and slowly all the Ionian islands fell under Venetian rule. In 1797 Napoléon Bonaparte conquered Venice, and by the Treaty of Campo Formio the islanders found themselves under French rule. In 1809, the British defeated the French fleet in Zakynthos (October 2, 1809) captured Kefallonia, Kythera and Zakynthos, and took Lefkada in 1810. Once Greek independence was established after 1830, however, the islanders began to resent foreign rule. In 1862, Britain decided to transfer the islands to Greece, as a gesture of support intended to bolster the new king's popularity. On May 2, 1864, the British departed and the islands became three provinces of the Kingdom of Greece though Britain retained the use of the port of Corfu. The 'Seven Point Star' symbolizes the "Ionian Dimension": the 'Group of Seven Islands' in the Ionian Sea bore and inspired outstanding representatives in the fields of Art, important musicians, poets, painters and politicians. Clockwise from top, the visuals symbolize the following islands: Corfu's emblem is the "apēdalos naus" (ship without steering gear), as 'Great Nautical Powers' were attributed to the island and its sailors were well known for their nautical abilities and skills since ancient times. Zakynthos is represented by the sacrificial tripod of Apollo — Ithaca: Odysseus is depicted with the anciant hat Pileus — Paxi's emblem is a triden: according to a mythological tale, it was created when Poseidon hit the island of Corfu with his trident, splitting it in two — Kythira, the island of celestial Aphrodite, is symbolized by her 'emergence from the sea' — Lefkada is represented by the 'Apollonian harp', symbol for its 'Great Musical Tradition' — Cephalonia's emblem is its mythical hero Cephalus, depicted with his hound and spear. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

2 euro Greece 2014 400 years since the Death of Domenikos Theotokopoulos UNC

5,00 

Greece copper-nickel UNC coin 2 euros, 400 years since the Death of Domenikos Theotokopoulos, dated 2014.