On this page, we will tell you all about the 1 Euro minted between the years 2002 – 2006.
If this is not what you are looking for, you may be interested in the 1 Euro 2007 – Present.
A little background about the Euro coin, The 1 Euro coin was part of the Euro Circulation coin series of Ireland. Produced between the years 2002 – 2006 at the Currency Centre, Dublin, Ireland mint. In total 147,277,708 Euro coins were produced.
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The standard globally for identifying coins is the KM Code. This 1 Euro coin is referred to by the KM code KM# 38. The KM code is a unique reference number assigned to each coin.
Below are some other Identifying features, like which Mint the 1 Euro coin was made at as well as some other factors.
Denomination: 1 Euro
KM Code: KM# 38
Coin Series: Euro Circulation
Years Produced: 2002 – 2006
The design of the 1 Euro coin featured a Harp on the Obverse of the coin and a Denomination and map on the Reverse of the coin. More details on the design of the Euro coin can be found below.
Themes: C.E.P.T. / Europe, Harps, Maps, Musical Instruments, Seals (Emblems), Stars, Symbols
Obverse Description: Harp
Reverse Description: Denomination and map
The Mechanical features of a coin are things like the size, weight, thickness and diameter for example. Looking at the mechanical features of a coin is the easiest way to tell if a coin is real or fake.
Quite often a fake will not match the mechanical features of the original coin when faked. Checking these features should be the first thing you do if you have your suspicions about a coin. Coins are produced very precisely to match the predetermined mechanical features.
Rim: Raised. Not decorated. Both sides
Edge: Reeded and plain sections
1 Euro Coin Values
Below the Euro coin values are shown on a grading scale, the higher on the scale the better condition the coin is in which makes it more valuable.
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|Year & Version||Mintage||AG3||G4||VG8||F12||VF20||XF40||AU50||MS60||MS63||Proof||2002||135,139,737||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||$1.80||$2.75||-||2003||2,520,000||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||$1.80||$2.75||-||2004||1,632,990||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||$1.80||$2.75||-||2005||6,769,777||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||$1.80||$2.75||-||2006||4,023,722||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||$1.80||$2.75||-||2006 Proof||5,000||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
This purpose of this website is to educate and entertain, All values shown are a guideline only and should not be used for any means of financial investment or speculation, as with all things values may fluctuate depending on demand and scarcity, we strongly advise that all information on this website is used as it was intended – for entertainment purposes. The information relating to coins is sourced from many places such as NGC and The Irish Central Bank.