The coin was introduced at the Bank of Estonia on Monday. The coin has the usual common obverse, and on the converse side displays a variation of the Estonia 100 logo that unites the numbers 100 and 18, bringing together the year in which the republic was founded and the centennial.
The symbolism of the coin continues in the number issued. Corresponding to the Estonian population in early 2017, 1,317,800 of the commemorative €2 coins will be minted.
According to the Bank of Estonia, the presentation was attended by 750 visitors. Bank of Estonia Governor Ardo Hansson delivered a speech, and the designers of the coin of Tallinn creative agency Identity also said a few words.
Editor: Dario Cavegn