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View of the German 2002 Euro Coin Mint Set
German 2002 Euro Coin Mint Set

German 2002 Euro Coin Mint Set - Other Side
German 2002 Euro Coin Mint Set - Other Side

Unofficial German 2002 Euro Coin Set
German 2002 Euro Coin Set in Our Own Packaging

2002 German Euro Coin Sets in Stock Now
We now have our own "unofficial" 2002 German uncirculated Euro coin sets in stock for immediate delivery.

Germany Starts Using The Euro on January 1st 2002
In Stock Now!
On new year's day 2002, Germany will, like the other 11 members of the Eurozone, start using Euro notes and Euro coins for cash transactions. Within a few months, the old coins and banknotes in Marks will be withdrawn. We expect to have uncirculated sets of Euro coins from each of the twelve member countries available in January 2002, and are accepting advance orders now.

Eight Coins Per Set
All national Euro sets contain all 8 coin denominations unless otherwise stated.

Packaging & Presentation
We expect to have uncirculated mint sets of coins from all 12 Euro zone countries in stock during January 2002. Our German Euro sets are packaged in an attractive card within a 2-sided plastic case so that the coins can be viewed from both sides or removed if required. We have information about official issue mint or proof sets. All of the countries will issue uncirculated sets, but many will not issue proof sets.

Official Mint Sets
We have just received the photographs of the official German mint Euro sets for 2002, which we show on the right. The photograph shows both sides of the pack.
2 Euro
The traditional symbol of German sovereignty, the eagle, surrounded by the stars of Europe, appears on these coins. This motif was designed by Heinz and Sneschana Russewa-Hoyer. None of the German Euros carry the words Germany or Deutschland.
Common Reverse of all 2 Euro Coins Obverse of German 2 Euro Coin
1 Euro
As for the 2 Euro except for their size and colour.
Common Reverse of all 1Euro Coins Obverse of German 1 Euro Coin
50 Euro Cents
The Brandenburg Gate, a symbol of the division of Germany and its subsequent unification, is the motif used on these coins. The perspective of the design, by Reinhard Heinsdorff, emphasises the opening of the gate, stressing the unification of Germany and Europe.
Common Reverse of all 50 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 50 Euro Cent Coin
20 Euro Cents
As for the 50 Cents except for the 7 indents or scallops on the edge.
Common Reverse of all 20 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 20 Euro Cent Coin
10 Euro Cents
The obverse designs of the German 50, 20 and 10 Euro are identical apart from their size and the indents on the 20 cent.
Common Reverse of all 10 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 10 Euro Cent Coin
5 Euro Cents
The oak twig, reminiscent of that found on the current German pfennig coins provides the motif for these coins. It was designed by Professor Rolf Lederbogen.
Common Reverse of all 5 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 5 Euro Cent Coin
2 Euro Cents
The obverse designs of the German 5, 2 and 1 Euro are identical apart from their size.
Common Reverse of all 2 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 2 Euro Cent Coin
1 Euro Cent
The obverse designs of the German 5, 2 and 1 Euro are identical apart from their size.
Common Reverse of all 1 Euro Cent Coins Obverse of German 1 Euro Cent Coin

Availability & Prices
The following are our pre-release prices. Please see our price guarantee.
DateDescriptionStatusAvailabilityPrice £Price $Price €
2002Unofficial UncirculatedIn StockNow£9.95$14.95€16.50
2002 AOfficial UncirculatedAnnouncedJanuary£10.95$16.50€17.95
2002 DOfficial UncirculatedAnnouncedJanuary£10.95$16.50€17.95
2002 FOfficial UncirculatedAnnouncedJanuary£10.95$16.50€17.95
2002 GOfficial UncirculatedAnnouncedJanuary£10.95$16.50€17.95
2002 JOfficial UncirculatedAnnouncedJanuary£10.95$16.50€17.95
2002Official ProofJanuaryTBA£TBA$TBA€TBA

Notes
TBA = To Be Announced. To reserve future issues, please see our Euro Set Reservations page.
A = Berlin Mint
D = Munich Mint
F = Karlsruhe Mint
G = Stuttgart Mint
J = Hamburg Mint

Price Guarantee
We can now confirm our advance order pricing to be as shown. All orders received with payment by January 2002 will be at out published pre-release prices. Prices may increase for orders received after January 2002.

Postage & Packing, Per Order:
UK: At buyer's risk £2 or
Fully Insured £5 (Usually by Royal Mail Special Delivery)
USA: Airmail at buyer's risk $10 or
Fully Insured (Usually via Fedex or Datapost) $40
For further details, please see our Postage & Packing page.

Old Money
Although retailers have promised to accept the old legacy currency the Deutsche Mark for two months until the end of February 2002, the Mark actually ceased to be legal tender at midnight on 31st December 2001, the only legacy currency to do so. It is still exchangeable at banks, legal tender only means that a seller or creditor is obliged to accept payment.

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Euro Coins Index

2002 Euro Coin Sets - All 12 Major Countries
2002 Euro Coins Sets - Official Issues 15 States
Euro Coins
Euro Coin Relative Sizes
Euro Zone

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