2 Euro Special Memorial coins from Lithuania over all mintage years

5 different 2 Euro Special Memorial coins was made in Lithuania. The mintage over all is: 1 775 000 coins. The actual average market value over all coins is 24 Euro. Prices are between 10 Euro and 283 Euro over all coins made - depending on quality and status.
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Minted Euro coins from Lithuania

The 2 Euro Special Memorial coins from Lithuania are sortec by mintage years.



2 Euro Special Memorial coin 2015: Lithuanian Language

Picture side: 2 Euro memorial coin 2015 Lithuania
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Coin-informations:

The Memorial coin from Lithuania: 2 Euro was minted 2015. Prices for this 2 Euro coin are around 2-66 Euro (Ø4€) depending on coin state, mint year and mint place. In average monthly are 71 coins sold (Mint state: 32 -> Ø 3 € / Worn: 0 -> Ø 0 €). Mintage for this coin: 10'000. Motiv: Text picture side: AČIŪ LMK LIETUVA 2015 Text value side: 2 EURO LL. Design: Picture side: Liudas Parulskis, Giedrius Paulauskis Value side: Luc Luycx . Lithuanian language
Lithuanian language is a Baltic language spoken in the Baltic region. It is the language of Lithuanians and the official language of Lithuania as well as one of the official languages of the European Union. There are about 2.9 million[3] native Lithuanian speakers in Lithuania and about 200,000 abroad.
Date of issue: December 14, 2015

Mintage:

Year / MarkMintagePPMinted in
2015 -10'000-

2 Euro Special Memorial coin 2015: 30 years Flag Europe

Picture side: 2 Euro memorial coin 2015 Lithuania
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Coin-informations:

The 2 Euro Memorial coin from Lithuania was made 2015. Prices for this 2 Euro coin are around 2-44 Euro (Ø4€) depending on mint year, coin state and mint place. Around 23 coins are sold every month, there are 4 (Ø 2 €) in mint state and 0 (Ø 0 €) worn sold coins. Mintage for this coin: 745'000. Motiv: Text picture side: LIETUVA 1985-2015 LMK ΓΣ Text value side: 2 EURO LL. Design: Picture side: Georgios Stamatopoulos Value side: Luc Luycx . Thirtieth anniversary of the EU flag
The European Flag is an official symbol of two separate organisations—the Council of Europe (CoE) and the European Union (EU). It consists of a circle of twelve five-pointed yellow (or) stars on a blue (azure) field.
The flag was designed in 1955, and officially launched later that year by the Council of Europe as a symbol for the whole of Europe.
Date of issue: November 17, 2015

Mintage:

Year / MarkMintagePPMinted in
2015 -745'000-



2 Euro Special Memorial coin 2016: Baltic Culture

Picture side: 2 Euro memorial coin 2016 Lithuania
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Coin-informations:

The 2 Euro Memorial coin from Lithuania was made 2016. Prices for this 2 Euro coin are around 2-23 Euro (Ø4€) depending on mint year, coin state and mint place. In average monthly are 116 coins sold (Mint state: 28 -> Ø 3 € / Worn: 0 -> Ø 3 €). Mintage for this coin: 10'000. Motiv: Text picture side: LMK LIETUVA 2016 Text value side: 2 EURO LL. Design: Picture side: Jolanta Mikulskytė, Giedrius Paulauskis Value side: Luc Luycx .
Baltic culture
Culture The Latvians and Lithuanians, linguistically and culturally related to each other, are descended from the Balts, an Indo-European people and culture. The peoples comprising the Baltic states have together inhabited the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea for millennia, although not always peacefully in ancient times, over which period their populations, Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian have remained remarkably stable within the approximate territorial boundaries of the current Baltic states. While separate peoples with their own customs and traditions, historical factors have introduced cultural commonalities across and differences within them.
Date of issue: May 3, 2016

Mintage:

Year / MarkMintagePPMinted in
2016 -10'000-



2 Euro Special Memorial coin 2017: Vilnius

Picture side: 2 Euro memorial coin 2017 Lithuania
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Coin-informations:

The 2 Euro Memorial coin from Lithuania was made in this year 2017. Prices for this 2 Euro coin are around 2-96 Euro (Ø6€) depending on mint year, coin state and mint place. Around 100 coins are sold every month, there are 34 (Ø 3 €) in mint state and 0 (Ø 0 €) worn sold coins. Mintage for this coin: 10'000. Motiv: Text picture side: VILNIUS LIETUVA 2017 LMK Text value side: 2 EURO LL. Design: Picture side: Vladas Oržekauskas, Giedrius Paulauskis Value side: Luc Luycx . Vilnius City of Culture
Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and its largest city, with a population of 574,221 as of 2017. Vilnius is in the southeast part of Lithuania and is the second largest city in the Baltic states. Vilnius is the seat of the main government institutions of Lithuania and the Vilnius District Municipality. Vilnius is classified as a Gamma global city according to GaWC studies, and is known for the architecture in its Old Town, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
Date of issue: August 31, 2017

Mintage:

Year / MarkMintagePPMinted in
2017 -10'000-



2 Euro Special Memorial coin 2018: Independence

Picture side: 2 Euro memorial coin 2018 Lithuania

Coin-informations:

The 2 Euro Memorial coin from Lithuania was made in this year 2018. Prices for this 2 Euro coin are around 2-54 Euro (Ø6€) depending on mint year, coin state and mint place. Around 89 coins are sold every month, there are 11 (Ø 5 €) in mint state and 0 (Ø 0 €) worn sold coins. Mintage for this coin: 1'000'000. Motiv: Text picture side: 100 LIETUVA LMK JP 2018 Text value side: 2 EURO LL. Design: Picture side: Justas Petrulis Value side: Luc Luycx . 100 years since independence
Act of Reinstating Independence of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos Valstybės atkūrimo aktas) or Act of 16 February was signed by the Council of Lithuania on 16 February 1918, proclaiming the restoration of an independent State of Lithuania, governed by democratic principles, with Vilnius as its capital. The Act was signed by all twenty representatives of the Council, which was chaired by Jonas Basanavičius. The Act of 16 February was the result of a series of resolutions on the issue, including one issued by the Vilnius Conference and the Act of 8 January. The path to the Act was long and complex because the German Empire exerted pressure on the Council to form an alliance. The Council had to carefully maneuver between the Germans, whose troops were present in Lithuania, and the demands of the Lithuanian people.
Date of issue: January 31, 2018

Mintage:

Year / MarkMintagePPMinted in
2018 -1'000'000existent


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