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There are two different series of euro coins from San Marino in circulation.

2017

2 euro = the portrait of Saint Marino, detail of a painting by Giovan Battista Urbinelli, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars; The edge-lettering of the 2-euro coin is: 2 *, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.

1 euro = the Second Tower, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

50 euro cent = the portrait of Saint Marino, detail of a painting by Emilio Retrosi, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

20 euro cent = Mount Titano with the three Towers, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

10 euro cent = Church of St Francis, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

5 euro cent = Church of St Quirinus, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

2 euro cent = City Gate, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

1 euro cent = the official coat of arms of the Republic of San Marino, the date 2017, the mintmark of the Italian Mint ‘R’, the legend ‘San Marino’, AL initials of the artist, arched 12 stars;

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2012

The €2 coin features the Palazzo Pubblico or government building of San Marino. The edge lettering is ‘2*’, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.

The €1 coin depicts the coat of arms of the Republic of San Marino.

The 50-cent coin features the three towers of the city – Guaita, Cesta and Montale. The 20-cent coin shows Saint Marinus – after whom the republic is named – holding the city in his hand, from a canvas by Il Guercino (1591-1666). The 10-cent coin features the Basilica of San Marino.

The 5-cent and 1-cent coins show the Guaita and the Montale towers respectively (also featured on the 50-cent coin), and the 2-cent coin depicts the Statue of Liberty.

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