Ausgabeprogramm Irland 2019

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Die Central Bank of Ireland informiert:


2019 COIN PROGRAMME

2019 will mark the centenary of the first sitting of Dáil Éireann, in Dublin’s Mansion House. This took place on 21 January 2019, the same day as the outbreak of the Irish War of Independence. To mark this significant event in Irish history the following commemorative coin products will be issued:

  • Half-ounce Commemorative Gold Proof Coin
  • Proof Set to include the €2 commemorative circulating coin
  • Annual Mint Set – Irish Historical Buildings to include the €2 commemorative coin
There will be two silver proof commemorative coins issued in 2019.

€15 Silver Proof Coin to Commemorate 100 Years since the First Trans-Atlantic Flight

On 15 June 1919 the first trans-Atlantic flight in history, flown by aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown, landed in Clifden Co. Galway. This was the first crossing of the Atlantic-Ocean by aeroplane in less than 72 consecutive hours.

€15 Silver Proof Phil Lynott Coin, as part of the 3-year Modern Irish Musicians Series

This will be the second coin in the three year series called ‘Modern Irish Musicians.’ The Phil Lynott coin will commemorate the 70th anniversary of his birth in 1949. The coin follows the Rory Gallagher coin in 2018 and will be superseded by a coin to commemorate the 80th anniversary since the birth of Luke Kelly.

Quelle: 2018 & 2019 Coin Programme


Für die 2-€-Gedenkmünze siehe diesen eigenen Thread:
2CC Irland 2019 "100. Jahrestag der ersten Sitzung des Dáil Éireann" (Titel unklar)
 
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The Burren and Newgrange fallen mir zu hostorical buildings in Irland ein. Beides habe ich 2012 schon in Irland besichtigt gehabt.
Für mich, falls beide Bauten es je auf eine 2€ Münze schaffen sollten, eine gute Erinnerung an meinen Urlaub dort.
 
The Burren and Newgrange fallen mir zu hostorical buildings in Irland ein. Beides habe ich 2012 schon in Irland besichtigt gehabt.
Für mich, falls beide Bauten es je auf eine 2€ Münze schaffen sollten, eine gute Erinnerung an meinen Urlaub dort.
Wie kommst Du darauf dass es zwei 2€ Münzen mit Bauten geben soll? Das steht doch nirgends.
 
OK!
Ich habe Buildings, also im plural, gelesen, daher habe ich schon eine Serie gewittert gehabt ähnlich wie Malta.
 
Central Bank of Ireland informiert:

On behalf of the Minister for Finance, the Central Bank will issue a €100 Gold Proof Coin to mark 100 Years of Dáil Éireann

The first meeting of Dáil Éireann was held in 1919 and it was the beginning of a long journey of law-making and politics that shaped our country into the progressive democracy it is today. Governance of our new nation began on 21 January and was conducted in the Irish language to mark the symbolic nature of themeeting. The coin design depicts the meeting place that was the Round Room of the Mansion House. Its large rotunda arcs above the vast congregation assembled at that inaugural meeting and the words “An Chéad Dáil, 1919” are scribed in a traditional uncial font.

Emmet Mullins is a designer, art director and illustrator based in Dublin and has designed Irish commemorative coins previously.

The proof coin comes in a presentation box with a certificate of authenticity. The coin has been struck in Au 999.9 gold proof quality and is limited to 1,000 pieces. The diameter of the coin in 28mm and it weighs ½ ounce.

Coin Launch: 16t January 2019, Mansion House

Retail Price: €895

Issue Limit: 1,000 pieces

Purchase date: To be announced in the coming weeks - our newsletter will follow with further information on the release date. Please ensure that you have subscribed to the newsletter on our website.

Way to Purchase: www.collectorcoins.ie (limit of one coin per order; no pre-order facility).

Designer: Emmet Mullins
 
Die brauchen wohl etwas länger mit der Ausgabe der neuen 100 Euro Münze :-(
 
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