# Common Emissions

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The particular coins in common emissions

**NOTE: only Member states are authorized to strike these particular coins**

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2007 - 50 years of the Treaty of Rome

**Thirteen Countries struck a coin on this occasion**

**That is 17 coins (Germany has 5 coins)**

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2009 - 10 years of the Economic and Monetary Union - EMU

**Sixteen Countries struck a coin on this occasion**

**That is 20 coins**

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2012 - 10 years of the emission of coins and euro bills

**Eighteen Countries struck a coin on this occasion**

**That is 22 coins**

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2013 - 50 years of the Treaty of Élysée

**This series is not normally held as a common emission.**

**Eurocol presents her here, even If It is only 2 concerned Countries - 6 coins**

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2015 - 30 years of the European Flag

**Nineteen Countries struck a coin on this occasion**

**That is 23 coins**

**Presentation of the struck coins**

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2018 - 100 years of the independence of the three Baltics States

**Three Countries struck a coin on this occasion**

**That is 3 coins**

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Tome IV - The common emissions of 19 Member countries

**The Tome IV lists coins in common emission.**

As 50 years of the signature of the Treaty of Rome in 2007, or a part of coins concerning 10 years of the EMU in 2009, given here in example.

To note that four micro-states - no members of the EU - do not participate in the common emissions.?

Last edited: Wed 13 jan 2021