Golden opportunities await nugget enthusiasts in upcoming Heritage sale

Estimates on lots offered range from several thousand to tens of thousands of dollars each
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Published : 10/17/17
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A total of 105,000 coins are being released in October 2017. The ringed-bimetallic coin has a copper-nickel core and copper-aluminum-nickel ring. The common reverse shows a map of the European Union. The 12 stars of the European flag appear on both sides of the ringed-bimetallic €2 coin. The €2 coin weighs 8.5 grams and measures 25.75 millimeters in diameter. Each nation is allowed to issue up to two different circulating commemorative designs annually, with designs of their choosing, though few nations have issued the maximum number of designs. Joint euro programs like the 2015 coins honoring the 30th anniversary of the flag of the European Union do not count toward this limit. All €2 coins are legal tender throughout the eurozone. RELATED ARTICLES WORLD COINS 06/30/2017 Vatican City honors pair of saints with €2 coin noting death anniversary WORLD COINS 03/03/2017 Vatican City adopts new euro coin designs in 2017 by dropping papal portrait WORLD COINS 08/31/2016 Vatican commemorates Jubilee of Mercy with circulating 2016 €2 coin No comments yet LATEST HEADLINES U.S. COINS 10/13/2017 An economic overdate, the 1800/79 Draped Bust large cent PAPER MONEY 10/16/2017 Argentina’s new 20-peso note depicts a guanaco (that’s the wild parent of a llama) WORLD COINS 10/16/2017 Ancient Roman coins found at Spanish mining site PRECIOUS METALS 10/09/2017 Royal Dutch Mint releases lion taler silver bullion coin ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. Subscribe to Coin World GET THE MAGAZINEFREE NEWSLETTER Follow Us facebook twitter google+ google+ TOPICS U.S. Coins World Coins Paper Money Precious Metals VALUES Domestic Foreign Paper Money MARKETPLACE Supplies Books Classifieds Dealer Directory Events THE PUBLICATION Subscribe Access the Digital Edition THE RELATIONSHIPS Customer Service Subscribe - Publication Subscribe - eNewsletters Editorial Staff Sales Staff Advertising THE SECTIONS Add An Event Blogs Coin Supplies Coin Values Collector Basics Dealer Directory Marketplace Place a Classified Ad Portfolio Videos SPONSORSHIP | ADVERTISE | EDITIONS | CUSTOMER SERVICE Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of use ©2017 AMOS MEDIA COMPANY A total of 105,000 coins are being released in October 2017. The ringed-bimetallic coin has a copper-nickel core and copper-aluminum-nickel ring. The common reverse shows a map of the European Union. The 12 stars of the European flag appear on both sides of the ringed-bimetallic €2 coin. The €2 coin weighs 8.5 grams and measures 25.75 millimeters in diameter. Each nation is allowed to issue up to two different circulating commemorative designs annually, with designs of their choosing, though few nations have issued the maximum number of designs. Joint euro programs like the 2015 coins honoring the 30th anniversary of the flag of the European Union do not count toward this limit. All €2 coins are legal tender throughout the eurozone. RELATED ARTICLES WORLD COINS 06/30/2017 Vatican City honors pair of saints with €2 coin noting death anniversary WORLD COINS 03/03/2017 Vatican City adopts new euro coin designs in 2017 by dropping papal portrait WORLD COINS 08/31/2016 Vatican commemorates Jubilee of Mercy with circulating 2016 €2 coin No comments yet LATEST HEADLINES U.S. COINS 10/13/2017 An economic overdate, the 1800/79 Draped Bust large cent PAPER MONEY 10/16/2017 Argentina’s new 20-peso note depicts a guanaco (that’s the wild parent of a llama) WORLD COINS 10/16/2017 Ancient Roman coins found at Spanish mining site PRECIOUS METALS 10/09/2017 Royal Dutch Mint releases lion taler silver bullion coin ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. The Commission of Fine Arts’ recommendation for the Proof 2014 American Eagle platinum coin, left, brought outrage and derision at the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee meeting. The CCAC recommended the design to the right. 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