Finland Opens Pre-Sale for 2016 “Finnish Work” Silver Proof Coins

The Mint of Finland is now accepting orders for its 2016 silver Proof coins commemorating “Finnish work.” The coin is available in three versions: a 10-gram piece with a mintage limit of 10,000 units for € 38; a 25.5-gram issue with a mintage limit of 5,000 for € 61, and a numbered 25.5-gram coin in a glass […]

Finland to Release Gold Coin Honoring Poet Eino Leino

The Mint of Finland will soon issue new Proof coins paying tribute to one of the country’s greatest writers, Eino Leino (1878-1926). The coins will be available as gold and clad commemorative coins, as well as standard 2-euro Uncirculated issues. The gold coin is composed of 5.65 grams of 91.7% gold, measures 22 mm in diameter, and has […]

Finland: Jean Sibelius Gold and Silver Collector Coins

The Mint of Finland has started accepting advance orders for gold and silver coins issued in honor of Jean Sibelius, a Finnish composer whose music played an important role in the formation of Finnish national identity. Sibelius has previously been featured on the Finnish 100 mark bill as well as gold and silver commemorative coins […]

Finland: 2014 First Mark and Numismatics Gold Coin

Today, the Mint of Finland has released their first and only gold coin of the year as a tribute to the birth of Finland’s national currency and an homage to numismatists. The design of the new gold coin features elements from the first silver Finnish mark minted in 1864. The original silver mark, which can […]

Finland 2014 Tove Jansson 10 & 20 Euro Silver Proof Coins

The Mint of Finland has recently released silver proof coins celebrateing Tove Jansson, a Swedish-speaking Finnish novelist, painter, illustrator, and comic strip author. She is best known for her Moomin children’s books and received the Han Christian Andersen Medal in 1966, which is the highest recognition available for a writer or illustrator of children’s books. […]

Finland 2013 The Diet of 1863 €100 Gold Coin

The Mint of Finland has issued a new gold coin to commemorate the dawn of the period of illumination, which began in the year 1863 with the regular meetings of the Diet. Since that year Finns established opportunities to influence their country’s affairs and development. The reverse design of the coin features a crown and […]