Spain collector coins issued to celebrate FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014

martes, 3 de enero de 2012

Spain will issue conmemorative coins for the championship FIFA World Cup 2014.

The characteristics of the parts are:
* 10 euro currency face value (8 real silver 925 thousandths, the rest being copper, the limited area in the image of the trophy bears a coating of gold of 975 mils).
* Tolerances in law: Minimum of 925 thousandths of a minimum of 975 silver and gold thousandths.
Weight: 27 g with a tolerance of plus or minus 0.27 g.
* Diameter: 40 mm.
* Shape: Round with knurled edge.
* Quality: Proof.

Reasons:
On the obverse of King Juan Carlos I. Surrounding it, in a circular motion and in capital letters, the legend KING JUAN CARLOS I OF SPAIN. At the bottom of the coin between two points is the year of issue, 2012. Motives and legends surrounding a pearl beading.

In The reverse image of the world map. It is highlighted three countries: Spain (current world champion, represented by the Spanish flag), South Africa and Brazil (joined by these lines and a ball, remembering the last and the next country to host the FIFA World Cup ).

In the center of the world map in the space occupied by the Atlantic Ocean, appears in gold with a gold plated trophy FIFA World Cup, and below, in two lines and capital letters, the value of part 10 EURO. At the top of the coin, in a circular motion and in capital letters, the legend FIFA WORLD CUP. Below and to the right, the mint mark.At the bottom of the coin, in a circular motion and in capital letters, the legend BRAZIL 2014.

The maximum number of pieces to coin will be 15,000 and the starting date of issue will be the first half of 2012.
The initial price of sale to the public of the Spanish currency is 60 euro.

Commemorative coin of Bicentennial of the May Revolution in Argentina

martes, 13 de diciembre de 2011

The Central Bank of Argentina reported that on Monday December 2, 2011 will begin circulating the new currency of two pesos. This is a mint commemorative Bicentennial of the May Revolution. Coexist with tickets of equal value and integrate the current money supply. Serve as payment for all transactions

The first series of this coin is 100 million units, which will reach the public as usual mechanism BCRA distribution through financial institutions. The distribution process will begin on Monday, December 12.

Contrary to the current 1 peso coin, this new piece at the heart of the coin is silver and gold ring is. Its diameter is 24.5 mm.

In terms of design, at the center of the obverse presents the Argentine Bicentennial visual identity created for the commemoration by the Office of the President, with the inclusion in the center of the sun. In the ring, meanwhile, reads in the upper arch reading "Argentina" and in the lower arch, "In Union and Liberty."

The reverse of the coin features the core face value, "2 pesos", framed with the visual identity of Argentine Bicentenary. In the lower arch ring shows the year of commemoration, "2010", completing the perimeter with laurels and pearl.

Also, the song of the new $ 2 coin is composed of four sections and four slotted flat, alternating each other to facilitate touch recognition by the visually impaired.

Its metal composition comprises a copper alloy (92%), aluminum (6%) and nickel (2%) in the ring and copper (75%) and nickel (25%) in the nucleus.

From there on the market will start to speculate whether it also will double the cash up to the issuance of paper money, that is, if you will bear the $ 200, or $ 500, to resemble the purchasing power of the highest nomination dollar and euro.

Commemorative coins of the accession of Spain and Portugal to the EU

jueves, 6 de octubre de 2011

They met 25 years since the accession of Spain and Portugal to the European Union, and for that reason, the houses of both countries coins Royal Mint in Spain and the Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda in Portugal, have decided to launch selling a pair of commemorative pieces, one gold and one silver.

The coins have the same design, they differ only by the shield of each country, and facials. Facials in Spanish are 20 and 10 euro, while the Portuguese are 0.25 and 10 euro.
In the front gold pieces corresponds to an engraving of two sheets of paper, plus the national emblem, while in the back we see the same print, with the addition of a sphere with stars, representing the European Union.

The silver coin however, is on the obverse the profile of His Majesty, King Juan Carlos I, and the Portuguese edition, his coat of arms. The reverse contains the face of the coins, which is 10 euro for two, and a metal band recorded.
The kits, which are already publicly available, have a value of 95 or 163 euros, so, depending on if you buy only the few Spanish coins, commemorative or four.

Dominican Republic changed its banknotes

The Dominican Republic's Central Bank announced changes to the bills and one of those changes is the new national currency instead of reading "gold weights" say "RD."

In order that the public can identify the authenticity of banknotes, the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic reported that tickets RD $ 2,000.00 RD $ 1,000.00 RD $ 500.00 RD $ 100.00 RD $ 50.00 for the year 2011.

The bank states that these changes are set forth in Article 229 of the Constitution, promulgated on January 26, 2010 and Article 25, paragraph c) of the Monetary and Financial Law No. 183-02, dated 21 November 2002.
The increase in security ticket RD $ 500.00 RD $ 1,000.00 to RD $ 2,000.00 is in changing the position of "circular seal of the Central Bank," which will be located just below the bunch with four (4) flowers of mahogany the center of the tickets.
Similarly, the position change and modification of the figure with ink that changes color when you change positions the ticket, will be located at the site of the Central Bank's circular seal.

This ink has a different figure for each denomination and in its center the human eye can see a central roller pan up and down.

Also in the bottom of the watermark with the value of the denomination in numbers, there are many points each pixel with a different form for each denomination.

The Central Bank also reported that the RD $ 100.00 tickets have experienced the change of the mode of application of the ink that changes color when you change positions the ticket, which can be seen with more clarity and brightness.

The institution specifies that the new notes will start circulating as stocks run out paper tickets in previous years.

Add these new notes are integrated into the national monetary cone and circulate together with the other names already in force in discharge for the payment of all public and private obligations.

Silver coin of 100 Anniversary of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

The Bank of Mexico presented the commemorative silver coin of 100 Anniversary of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), in a ceremony at the banking hall of the main building of the Central Bank. The ceremony was chaired by the Governor of the Bank of Mexico, Dr. Agustín Carstens Carstens, the Rector of the Leading Studies, Dr. José Narro Robles, and the Secretary of Finance, Dr. Jose Antonio Meade Kuribreña.

The obverse of the piece bears the national emblem of Mexico, surrounded by the legend United Mexican States. For its part, the reverse has a stylized contemporary composition and landmarks of the City University, Heritage: The main facade of the Rectory Tower, designed by Mario Pani, Enrique del Moral and Salvador Ortega, in which shows the silhouette of the university emblem, the Central Library, designed by Juan O'Gorman, Gustavo M. Saavedra and Juan Martinez de Velasco, decorated with murals of the first "historical representation of culture" and which shows the north wall, corresponding to pre-Columbian times and which concerns the duality of life and death , also at the bottom of the field, distinguishes the silhouette of the Olympic Stadium University of architects Augusto Perez, Raul Salinas and Jorge Bravo Moro, whose front is adorned with the mural "The University, the Mexican family, peace and youth Athlete "by Diego Rivera.

In the bottom half of the field, under the architectural described, represent the elements from the Rectory escultopintura entitled "The people at the university. The university to the people" by David Alfaro Siqueiros. The legends of this face remind us of commemoration, which accompanies the university motto "For My Race Talk Spirit."

Note that the reverse design of the coin, was the result of the proposal that won first place among sixty-nine, resulting from the launching of the contest conducted by the National School of Plastic Arts of the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico for design of this commemorative coin on November 28, 2010, whose results were published in the Gazette of the UNAM, March 7, 2011.

Finally, according to the specifications contained in the decree published in the Official Journal of the Federation dated January 27, 2011, the currency goes into circulation today has the following:

Specifications:
a) Nominal value: Ten pesos.
b) Shape: Circular.
c) Diameter: 40.0 mm (forty millimeters).
d) Act, 0999 (thousand nine hundred ninety-nine) silver.
e) Weight: 31,103 g. (Thirty-one one hundred and three milligrams grams) equivalent to 1 (one) ounce of pure silver.
f) Contents: 1 (one) ounce of pure silver.
g) Edge: Striated continuous.
h) dies:

Obverse: The National Coat sculptural relief in a semicircle above the inscription "UNITED MEXICAN STATES." The frame smooth.

Reverse: At the center a stylized contemporary composition and landmarks of the Ciudad Universitaria, below it the number 2010. In the upper field parallel to the legend under NATIONAL AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO, below it the number 100 and the word YEARS. In the upper right the sign "quot; followed by the number 10. In the lower left quadrant of the mint Mint Mexico and parallel to the exergue under the caption" RACE TO SPEAK FOR MY SPIRIT. "

Latin American Historical coins

The Bank of Mexico reported today that puts into circulation commemorative coin eighth silver numismatic program belonging to the Meeting of Two Worlds. In this edition, the piece focuses on "Ibero-American Historical Coins."

The above numismatic program began in 1992 at the initiative of the National Mint today and Timbre-Real Casa de la Moneda of Spain. At the time, this institution Latin American countries invited to participate in the biannual issue coins to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Meeting of Two Worlds.

As for the design of the eighth commemorative coin, the reverse of a composition presents an excerpt from the "Carta Marina Nvova Tavola" developed by the Venetian Girolamo Ruscelli, which first appeared in 1562 and was part of the work "Geography" of that author, published in Venice in 1598. Strictly speaking it is a portulano (collection of drawings of various ports, bound in atlas form). In the foreground, playing the front and back of the coin with a weight of silver, known popularly as "Peso Caballito", considered the same as Mexico's first commemorative coin, which was coined in 1909 to commemorate the centenary the start of the Independence of Mexico.

This series coin limited broadcast with the participation of the following countries (in alphabetical order): Argentina, Cuba, Spain, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Portugal.

According to the specifications contained in the decree published in the Official Journal of the Federation dated June 14, 2011, the currency goes into circulation today has the following:

Technical specifications
Nominal Value: Five pesos.
Diameter: 40.0 mm.
Edge: Striated.
Metal: Silver (0925 law).
Weight: 27.0 g (0.8681 Oz.).
Finish: Mirror.

Obverse: In the center, the National Emblem in sculptured relief surrounded in a semicircle above the legend "United Mexican States." Surrounding this and following the contour of the frame, the national emblem of the other countries participating in the eighth issuance of commemorative coins of the fifth anniversary of the Encounter of Two Worlds. The frame smooth.

Reverse: In the upper field in a semicircle, the legend "LATIN AMERICAN HISTORICAL COINS." Deprecated center to right field the reverse design of the piece known as "horse weighing" in the foreground and the front in the background with the national emblem used in the said currency. In the lower left field the dollar sign "quot; continued the number" 5 "under it the number" 2010 ". In the upper left field the mint of the Mint of Mexico. In the exergue the word" MEXICO " . In the background, sea plane which appears in New Spain. The frame smooth. "





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Coins for the Dual Year Spain - Russia

martes, 20 de septiembre de 2011

The year 2011 marks the Spain-Russia Dual 2011 with the one intended to lay the elements for a qualitative change in relations between the two countries, especially in the economic sphere. Within the framework of the celebration of the Spain-Russia Dual many events one of which is to issue a commemorative coin collection event.
Through EHA/2490/2011 order was agreed to issue, minting and circulation of collector coins "Dual Year Spain - Russia" (Official Gazette of September 20, 2011).

Features of the pieces.
10 euro coin face value (8 real silver of 925 milliseconds, with the remainder being copper).
Tolerance Law: Minimum of 925 milliseconds.
Weight: 27 g with a tolerance of plus or minus 0.27 g.
Diameter: 40 mm.
Shape: Circular with fluted edge.
Quality: Proof.

Reasons:
In the obverse of King Don Juan Carlos I. Surrounding it, in a circular and in capital letters, appears the legend JUAN CARLOS I KING OF SPAIN. At the bottom of the coin between two points is the year of issue, 2011. Legends surrounding the motives and see a pearl beading.

On the reverse, in the central area are the images of Don Quixote and a Russian ballet dancer. To the left of the landscape appears Quijote de La Mancha, below, the mint mark. To the right of the dancer appears the Russian landscape. Between the two central images in the bottom of the coin, in two lines and uppercase, the face value of the piece, 10 EURO. At the top of the coin, in a circular up and in capital letters, the legend YEAR DUAL SPAIN - RUSSIA.

The maximum number of pieces to coin will be 7,500 and the initial date of issue will be the second half of 2011.

The aforementioned coins were minted by the State in the National Mint and Stamp-Real Casa de la Moneda, which deliver to the Bank of Spain through the production of the documents representing the coins.

National Factory Mint - Royal Mint proceed with the sale of these coins, by itself or by companies hired for the purpose, will undertake to sell the public on a regular basis as well as export.

These coins may be marketed together with collector coins issued by the Russian monetary authorities to commemorate the event. Russian coins will be governed by the laws of Russia, country of issuance.

The initial price of retail Spanish currency will be 50 euro, excluding tax.