2-euro commemorative coins from Vatican City will round off our series on this topic. Many of these popular issues have drastically increased in value over the years. Numiscontrol gives you an overview and a few tips that are worth real money.
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Monaco’s coins are always rarities in circulation. Our author numiscontrol shows interesting collectibles at affordable prices. And explains why you should never buy a joint issue of the Eurozone from Monaco!
2-euro commemorative coins are popular collector’s items because one can find them in their own wallets. However, an increasing amount of these coins are only issued in the form of high-quality versions. Numiscontrol explains what collectors need to know about this.
On the Internet, prices for euro error coins are currently skyrocketing. Is it still worth it to jump on the bandwagon? Our author numiscontrol explains which justifications for expensive euros you should be wary of.
2-euro commemorative coins from Cyprus are extremely rare in circulation money. But which pieces are worth purchasing on the secondary market? Our author numiscontrol explains why some prices will rise – and what you’d better keep your hands off.
Spain is a popular vacation destination and the country’s coins are just as popular among collectors. Our expert numiscontrol explains which 2-euro commemorative coins are likely to increase in value and where to find them – and what traps to avoid!
Slovenian 2-euro commemorative coins are hardly ever found in circulation, but they are great collectibles: our author considers them to be among the most beautiful coins in the entire eurozone. Numiscontrol will tell you everything else you need to know.
Slovakia’s 2-euro commemorative issues are few and far between, and they are hardly ever found in circulation. Nonetheless, the beautifully designed coins can be an ideal start for euro collectors and offer genuine potential. Our expert numiscontrol explains why.
Outside the country, 2 euro commemorative coins from Portugal are rare to find in wallets. What’s the best way to collect these issues? And what should collectors keep in mind? Our author numiscontrol has the answers.
Italy’s governments tend to survive for rather short amounts of time. The political system had been surprisingly solid – until it collapsed completely due to a corruption scandal. A man who was to guide Italy into the eurozone made use of this situation in 1994: Silvio Berlusconi.
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