This 2-euro coin is worth a small fortune

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A 2-euro coin doesn’t necessarily have to be worth just as much. How is that possible? On certain occasions, the national central banks of the eurozone countries put special coins into circulation in limited editions, which become extremely valuable over time.

In 2007, for example, Monaco minted 20,001 two-euro coins with her image in honor of the 25th anniversary of Princess Grace Kelly’s death. 20,000 of these came onto the market within seven years, and one was given to her son, Prince Albert II.

No fewer coins have ever been produced in a commemorative series, which further increases the value of these coins from Monaco. Even in the period from 2007 to 2014, when they were still being produced, they were sold at an average price of 120 euros. Today, they are worth many times that – up to 4,000 euros.

“Rarest coins in the collection area!”. This is how the renowned coin mail-order company Reppa advertises the collector’s item on its website, where it is sold at a price of € 5,399.

Another two-euro series from Monaco also achieves extraordinary value. This was produced in 2015 in honor of the construction of the castle on the rocks of Monaco and is sold for 1,500 euros, as it is a limited series.

2 euro coin can be valuable due to minting errors
The two-euro coin from Lithuania from 2021 is also of exceptional value, not because of a limited series but because of an error. Of the 500,000 copies in circulation, 500 have an edge error, which is why they are sold in collector circles for around 3,000 euros.

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