Abraham Lincoln due on 2015 coin — from San Marino

2015 numismatic program includes €2 coins, silver and gold issues
By , Coin World
Published : 12/30/15
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Details of San Marino’s 2015 collector coin program have been released. 

Highlights include commemorative €2 coins marking the 750th birth anniversary of author Dante Alighieri and the 25th anniversary of German Reunification, and a Proof silver €10 coin honoring the death anniversary of American President Abraham Lincoln

Other highlights include a Proof silver €5 coin dedicated to the Expo Milano 2015 – Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life; and two Proof gold coins (denominated €20 and €50) celebrating the architecture of San Marino castles of Faetano and Montegiardino.

In addition, San Marino’s Ufficio Filatelico e Numismatico announced that the 2015 program includes a Proof 2-scudi gold coin dedicated to the Acknowledgement of San Marino at the Congress of Vienna 1814/15.

Several annual sets will also be issued, included an annual Brilliant Uncirculated coin set, an annual BU set containing a silver €5 coin dedicated to the “International Year of Light, and an annual Proof set containing both  €2 commemorative coins struck in Proof, as well as Proof versions of the standard designs.

Coin World will report on some of these coins as they are released.

To contact San Marino’s Ufficio Filatelico e Numismatico, visit its website.

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