Collector coins and set of 2017 euro coins are available from 29 May
23. 5. 2017
To mark the 100th anniversary of the May Declaration, the Republic of Slovenia is issuing collector coins whose motifs are a facsimile of the date “ 29/5 17” on the obverse and time “½ 9h zvečer” (8.30 pm) on the reverse, taken from the preserved manuscript of the declaration. From 29 May 2017 these numismatic products will be available for sale at the individual branches of Deželna banka Slovenija, an authorised sales agent of the Bank of Slovenia.
The issue marking 100th anniversary of May Declaration will include:
-a gold coin with the face value of EUR 100 (sales price EUR 320),
-a silver coin with the face value of EUR 30 (sales price EUR 40),
-a collector bi-coloured coin with the face value of EUR 3 (sales price EUR 3),
-a collector bi-coloured coin-proof quality with the face value of EUR 3 (sales price EUR 15).
The Bank of Slovenia has issued a set of 2017 coins (the BU set version priced at EUR 25 and proof version at EUR 60) consisting of all the euro coin denominations with a Slovenian national obverse, along with a €3 bi-coloured collector coin issued to mark the 100th anniversary of the May Declaration and a €2 commemorative coin issued to mark the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the euro in Slovenia.
As of 29 May 2017, the numismatic coins will also be available for sale at 12 branches of DBS:
- Ljubljana (Kolodvorska 9),
- Nova Gorica (Tolminskih puntarjev 2),
- Kranj (Šuceva 27),
- Kočevje (Roška 8),
- Maribor (Eve Lovše 159),
- Ptuj (Miklošičeva 12),
- Murska Sobota (Staneta Rozmana 11 a),
- Slovenj Gradec (Ronkova 37),
- Celje (Kocbekova 5),
- Velenje (Šaleška 18),
- Koper (Zore Perello Godina 2),
- Novo mesto (Šentjernejska 6).
For the latest news regarding numismatics please check regularly the websites of Deželna banka Slovenije (www.dbs.si) and Bank of Slovenia (www.bsi.si).