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Euro coin set 2019 proof

Proof Coin Set
Official Austrian Euro Coin Set 2019

Product No. 22719

€  84.00

*incl. 20% VAT
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The Official Austrian Euro Coin Set 2019 celebrates the 825th anniversary of the Vienna Mint. This complete euro coin set comprises each of the Proof quality euro and cent coins in circulation. Proof quality coins are the fruit of the most advanced minting know-how, technology and craftsmanship. Only after 22 high-precision procedures is the die used to strike the first coin, which is then subjected to the most rigorous technical demands. The resulting polished and frosted surfaces of the coin create an artistic interplay that makes for a unique numismatic experience. Native flowers, iconic buildings and illustrious Austrians grace each of the eight coins.

King Richard’s ransom

Established with the ransom paid in 1194 for the release of King Richard ‘The Lionheart’ of England, who had been held in the castle of Dürnstein since 1192 by Duke Leopold V of Austria, the country’s one and only mint officially became known as the Austrian Mint in 1989. The cover of the coin set shows snapshots from the Austrian Mint’s illustrious history, including: a coin beater; a toggle press; Duke Leopold V; a Viennese Pfennig; coin quality control; and the Austrian Mint building in Vienna. 

2 Euro 
The first woman ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize, early 20th-century Austrian pacifist and novelist Bertha von Suttner features on the largest coin.

1 Euro
Born in Salzburg, Austria’s most famous composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, will forever be remembered for his dominance of Viennese classical music during his short life.

50 Cent
The jewel in the Viennese Modernist crown, the Secession exhibition hall still exudes modernity more than a century after it was built.

20 Cent
A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, the Belvedere was once the palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy. Today it is home to some of the world’s most famous paintings, including The Kiss by Gustav Klimt.

10 Cent
Construction began on Vienna’s gothic St Stephen's cathedral over 800 years ago. Its roof and tower, which feature on the 10 cent coin, still dominate the Vienna skyline today.

5 Cent
The three smallest coins in the collection are all decorated with alpine flowers. The 5 cent piece with primula auricula, the mountain cowslip.

2 Cent
Made world famous by the song from the musical The Sound of Music, the edelweiss adorns the 2 cent coin.

1 Cent
The smallest coin in circulation rounds of the 2017 coin set’s trio of alpine flower with a gentian.

Date of Issue 23 January 2019
Quality Proof
Packaging Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase
Year Uncirculated Proof Special Uncirculated
2019 10,000

The Official Austrian Euro Coin Set 2019 celebrates the 825th anniversary of the Vienna Mint. This complete euro coin set comprises each of the Proof quality euro and cent coins in circulation. Proof quality coins are the fruit of the most advanced minting know-how, technology and craftsmanship. Only after 22 high-precision procedures is the die used to strike the first coin, which is then subjected to the most rigorous technical demands. The resulting polished and frosted surfaces of the coin create an artistic interplay that makes for a unique numismatic experience. Native flowers, iconic buildings and illustrious Austrians grace each of the eight coins.

King Richard’s ransom

Established with the ransom paid in 1194 for the release of King Richard ‘The Lionheart’ of England, who had been held in the castle of Dürnstein since 1192 by Duke Leopold V of Austria, the country’s one and only mint officially became known as the Austrian Mint in 1989. The cover of the coin set shows snapshots from the Austrian Mint’s illustrious history, including: a coin beater; a toggle press; Duke Leopold V; a Viennese Pfennig; coin quality control; and the Austrian Mint building in Vienna. 

2 Euro 
The first woman ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize, early 20th-century Austrian pacifist and novelist Bertha von Suttner features on the largest coin.

1 Euro
Born in Salzburg, Austria’s most famous composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, will forever be remembered for his dominance of Viennese classical music during his short life.

50 Cent
The jewel in the Viennese Modernist crown, the Secession exhibition hall still exudes modernity more than a century after it was built.

20 Cent
A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, the Belvedere was once the palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy. Today it is home to some of the world’s most famous paintings, including The Kiss by Gustav Klimt.

10 Cent
Construction began on Vienna’s gothic St Stephen's cathedral over 800 years ago. Its roof and tower, which feature on the 10 cent coin, still dominate the Vienna skyline today.

5 Cent
The three smallest coins in the collection are all decorated with alpine flowers. The 5 cent piece with primula auricula, the mountain cowslip.

2 Cent
Made world famous by the song from the musical The Sound of Music, the edelweiss adorns the 2 cent coin.

1 Cent
The smallest coin in circulation rounds of the 2017 coin set’s trio of alpine flower with a gentian.

Date of Issue 23 January 2019
Quality Proof
Packaging Comes in a case complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity and protective slipcase
Year Uncirculated Proof Special Uncirculated
2019 10,000