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Brunanter euro coins feature three separate designs for the three series of coins. The minor series was designed by Fabian Hartsboch, the middle one by Philip Mallett and the larger two coins are by Antonia Bandier. All designs share the 12 stars of the EU and the year of imprint as well as the words "Brunant" and the date. They are struck by the Royal Mint in Koningstad since 2002.

The currency sign is € and the code is EUR.

Circulation coins Edit

2 Euro

2003 €2.00.

Grijzestad cathedral 2 euro 2014

€2.00 commemorative.

Brunanter euro coins have been identical since 2002 apart from the one and two-euro pieces. From 2002-2011 they featured King Marten II's portrait, in 2012 and 2013 King Anthony's monogram and since 2014 Queen Helene's portrait.

The 1, 2 and 5 euro cent coins featured King Ambroos I from 2002 to 2013. For 2014 the coins are being issued with a purple heron as a nod to Brunant's wildlife. The 10, 20 and 50 euro cent coins feature the heraldic lion of Brunant. Brunant regularly issues commemorative 2 euro coins along with other EU countries. On occasion the Royal Mint issues commemoratives specific to Brunant, such as the anniversary of independence (2007), Queen Helene's coronation (2013) and centennial of the national monuments/Grijzestad Cathedral (2014).

For images of the common side and a detailed description of the coins, see euro coins.

Obverse side
€ 0.01 € 0.02 € 0.05
5 euro cent 2014 5 euro cent 2014 5 euro cent 2014
Brunanter purple heron
€ 0.10 € 0.20 € 0.50
20 Euro Cent
Lion of Brunant
€ 1.00 € 2.00 € 2 Coin Edge
1 euro 2014
2 euros 2014
2€ edge
for a total of 12 stars
Portrait of King Marten II (until 2011), Anthony I (2012-2013), Helene (2014-present)

Commemorative coins Edit

3 eurosEdit

The mint issued a 3 euro coin commemorating children's art. The coin was designed by 6 year old Diana Porter and is struck in copper-nickel.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
3 euros camel coin
3 euros
Copper-nickel
60,000 coins 2015

5 euros Edit

Historical cities Edit

The Historical cities series was a set of 10 coins issued twice a year commemorating historical cities, monuments and buildings in Brunant. The coins were made from sterling (92.5%) silver and were given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
2005 5E Brezonde
5 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
15,000 per coin, 10 coins 2002-2006

Nature seriesEdit

Tha nature series is a set of coins depicting Brunant's flora and fauna. The 5 euro coin features Brunanter flowers and plants. The coins are made from copper-nickel and nordic gold alloy.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
2008 5E nature
5 euros
Nordic gold core, copper-nickel ring
25,000 per coin, 8 coins 2006-2009

Parishes of BrunantEdit

The Parishes series commemorates Brunant's parishes. 12 coins will be issued over six years and each will bear the arms of each parish. The coins are made from copper-nickel and nordic gold alloy.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
2011 5 Euro Brunant Parish
5 euros
Copper-nickel core, nordic gold ring
25,000 per coin, 12 coins 2010-2015

Brunanter wineEdit

The min issued this coin in 2014 to commemmorate the Brunanter wine industry. This coin is struck in nordic gold with a mintage of 50,000 coins.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
5 euros 2014
5 euros
Nordic gold
50,000 2014

10 eurosEdit

NMA centennialEdit

In 2005, the mint isued a sterling silver 10 euro coin to commemmorate the National Museum of Art's centenary. It depicts a modern art design. The coin was made from sterling (92.5%) silver and was given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 euro NMA
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
10,000 coins 2005

Nature seriesEdit

Tha nature series is a set of coins depicting Brunant's flora and fauna. The 10 euro coin features Brunanter animals of all types. The coins were made from sterling (92.5%) silver and were given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
2008 10 E nature
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
10,000 per coin, 4 coins 2006-2009

History of CurrencyEdit

In 2008, the mint issued a coin for the 675th anniversary of the first Brunanter coins. It depicts a background with coins of all types, from Thalers to modern euro coins. The coin was made from sterling (92.5%) silver and was given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 Euro coin history
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
10,000 coins 2008

Castles and palacesEdit

The Castles and palaces series commemorates Brunant's palaces and castles. Six coins will be issued over six years and the first was minted in 2010. The coins were made from sterling (92.5%) silver and were given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 Euro Grijzestad Palace 500 yrs
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
10,000 per coin, 6 coins 2010-2015

Schengen AgreementEdit

This coin is a first for Brunant, but is struck by the Austrian Mint. The coin features a niobium core and commmemorates the 5th anniversary of the Schengen Agreement.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 euro schengen agreement
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver outer ring, niobium core
8,000 2010

2010 World CupEdit

The mint issued a sterling silver 10 euro coin for the World Cup in South Africa. The proof coin features a footballer and a ball, which is plated in 24kt gold.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 Euro World Cup 2010
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper, gold-plated ball
10,000 coins 2010

WFC 2012Edit

The mint issued a coin in 2012 commemorating the 2012 World Football Championship, which was held in Brunant. The coin was made from sterling (92.5%) silver and was given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 Euro micronations
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
10,000 coins 2012

Royal Navy quadricentennialEdit

In 2013 the mint issued a coin to commemmorate the 400th anniversary of the Royal Navy, issued in conjuntion with a Brunants Post stamp set. The coin was made from sterling (92.5%) silver and was given a proof finish.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
10 euro royal navy 2013
10 euros
92.5% (sterling) silver, 7.5% copper
12,000 coins 2013

20 eurosEdit

Commemorating war and peaceEdit

The mint issued a fine silver 20 euro coin commemorating 65 years of peace in Brunant. The coin was given a proof finish and features a colored poppy.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
20 Euros 2010 poppy
20 euros
99.9% silver, colored flower
9,000 coins 2010

Queen's coronationEdit

The mint issued a fine silver 20 euro coin commemorating Queen Helene's coronation. The coin was given a proof finish and struck in 99.9% silver.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
Queen's coronation
20 euros
99.9% silver
9,000 coins 2014

100 eurosEdit

Centennial of the AFCEdit

The first commemorative 100 euro coin was issued in 2008 for the 100th anniversary of the AFC's foundation. The proof coin is made from 22kt gold and features the AFC cup on the reverse.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
100 Euros AFC
100 euros
91.7% gold, 8.3% silver
7,500 coins 2008

Brunanter ArtEdit

In 2014 the mint issued a coin commemmorating Brunanter art. The proof coin is made from 22kt gold and features a design from a painting.

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
100 euro art 100 euros
91.7% gold, 8.3% silver
7,500 coins 2014

Adenis and VirsiseEdit

The story of Adenis and Virsise has long captivated Brunanters, both young and old alike. In 2010 the mint issued a platinum 100 euro coin depicting Adenis and Virsise. It was issued on the 640th anniversary of the first book (1370).

Image Denomination and composition Mintage Dates
100 Euro adenis and virsise
100 euros
95% platinum, 5% silver
5,000 coins 2010

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