Euro coins are interesting.
Because its a shared monetary currency between several countries, while the front is standard, the back of the coins are printed with special symbols of the different presenting Euro countries.
These coins below, for example, represent the Netherlands, the middle, Germany and the last one is Greece if I’m not wrong.
Cart collects the interesting ones sometimes and there are so much that it could nicely fill a jar.
But the strange thing is how I’ve been using euro coins for a year and a half, I’ve noticed something interesting about the coins only now. If you looked at the side of the coins, you’ll see different type of marks on them
This is the two Euro coin. It has a white border. I don’t understand most of the words printed on them, but I do see words like “God” and “Und Recht”
This is the one Euro coin. Similar to the two Euro but it has a gold border and without the words.
This is the 50 cents Euro. Its the colour of brass and has many dimples.
While the 20 cents Euro has very little dimples.
This is the 10 cents Euro. It looks similar to the 50 cents, but its smaller in size.
And finally, these are the bronzed coins of the 5, 2 and 1 cents Euro. They don’t have any dimples at all and are attracted to magnets.
Interesting eh? I wonder what took me so long to notice this.