In this page we are going to analyze all 2 Euro commemorative coins Finland from 2004 until today. We will see which Finnish 2 euro coins are the most sought-after and those that have a higher value.
We anticipate that all of them have a higher value than the nominal one, but few of them are really sought after and are worth between 20€ and 40€.
Generally speaking, it can be seen that Finland has always had a keen interest in the art, music, poetry and culture of its country, as can be seen from the number of commemorations dedicated to these topics.
Let’s see these coins one by one, to scroll there will also be a complete table of values and circulation.
Consult the Numismatic Glossary for terms you don’t know.
- 2 Euro commemorative coins Finland – European Union Enlargement
- 2 Euro commemorative coins Finland 2005 – UN
- 2 Euro commemorative coins Finland 2006 – Suffrage Universal
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2007 – Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2007 – Anniversary Independence of Finland
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2008 – Human Rights
- 2 Euro Commemoratives Coins Finland 2009 – Autonomy of Finland
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2009 – Economic and Monetary Union
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2010 – Finnish Coin
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2011 – Central Bank
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2012 – Helene Schjerfbeck
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2012 – EURO
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2013 – Frans Eemil Sillanpää
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2013 – Parliament
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2014 – Tove Marika Jansson
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2014 – Ilmari Tapiovaara
- 2 Euro Commemoratives Coins Finland 2015 – Jean Sibelius
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2015 – Akseli Gallen Kallela
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2015 – European Flag
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2016 – Georg Henrik von Wright
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2016 – Eino Leino
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2017 – Finnish Nature
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2017 – Independence of Finland
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2018 – Koli Park
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2018 – Sauna Culture
- 2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2019 – Constitution
- 2 Euro Finland 2020 Coin – University of Turku
- 2 Euro Finland 2020 Coin – Väinö Linna
- 2 Euro Finland 2021 Coin – Journalismi Journalistik
- 2 Euro Finland 2021 – Ålands Islands
- Table with the Values of Finnish 2 euro coins
2 Euro commemorative coins Finland – European Union Enlargement
The first Finnish 2 Euro Commemoration was coined in 2004 and dedicated to the expansion of Europe. It was minted on 1/06/2004 in Helsinki-Vantaa in Finland (M).
Coin controversial for its high value, almost unjustified according to many Numismatics who do not explain the reason for so much interest in a commemorative that has no great particularity. But let’s see the description and the reason of so much interest.
At the obverse you can see the top of a pillar with the acronym EU, which stands for Europe, and from which starts a sprout that thinns and extends to new forms, a clear symbol of expansion with solid foundations. On the right the letters MM indicate the author Makinen and the Mint Director Makkonen.
The thousandth of minting is at the top of the coin on the circle made of nickel and copper that interrupts the sequence of twelve stars arranged in a circle as in the symbol of Europe.
Author: Pertti Makinen
The reverse is represented by the Common Face, the one with the value side and the map of Europe with the borders engraved between states.
Side dish: All along the side edge, finely knurled, the engraving with the inscription: SUOMI FINLAND with 3 Lion heads.
Value of 2 Euro Finland 2004 -Enlargement Commentary European Union
To be the first Commemorative coin minted by Finland it went really well, because this coin with a nominal value of 2€ has a much higher Numismatic value. But why a coin with a total circulation of 1.000.000 pieces is worth so much?
Probably because, being the first one, it has been mixed with the nominal coins and made to spin with rolls. In practice, part of the coins contained in the nominal rolls were common 2-euro coins, the other part were commemorative.
This had sparked the hunt for the lucky roll, because out of 25 coins there could be 8 to 13 commemorative coins.
In addition, the first print run was 500,000 pieces, so the first quotation was very high, only later with the second print run of another 500,000 pieces its value dropped to € 5. But it was a temporary collapse, because it resumed immediately and over time it stabilized around € 15, then the value over the years has grown more and more, up to the current value of almost € 40.
- The Finnish 2 euro coin minted in Finland in 2004 and dedicated to the Enlargement of the European Union, is worth between €35 and €40.
Finland Divisional Coin 2004 Moomin
But as mentioned before, the collectors’ market cannot explain why spending such a high amount of money on a coin that, moreover, shows signs of contact from roll and that therefore will never reach the quality of Fior di Conio. If not those contained in boxes and divisionals.
The Moomin casket, for example, is aesthetically stunning and contains 8 coins including this one in BUF. This coin set is dedicated to a cartoon series by Mushi Productions and Tokyo Movie Shinsha of 65 episodes born in 1969 and inspired by Tove Jansson’s 1945 pen.
2 Euro commemorative coins Finland 2005 – UN
In 2005, on 25/10/2005, the UN Commemorative 2 euro coin of Finland was issued for the 50th anniversary of Finland’s accession to the UN.
In the face of the Obverse a jigsaw puzzle composes a dove with an olive branch in its beak. The dove is the recognized symbol of Peace and this is determined by the synergy and union of the individual tiles/countries.
On the right the year of issue 2005 with the letter K above it, signed by the engraver Tapio Kettunen. On the left is written FINLAND-UN with the letter M above it, symbol of Raimo Makkonen, Director of the Finnish Mint.
In the ring around it are the 12 stars of the European Union arranged in a circle, interrupted only on the right by the dove’s wing.
Reverse: The reverse side is the Common Face, the same for all 2 euro coins, both commemorative and not, has both the face value and the map of Europe with the borders of the countries outlined.
Instead the outline around the coin is finely knurled and bears the inscription: YK 1945 – 2005 FN followed by the 3 heads of Leo.
Value 2 Euro Finland 2005 Commemorative Coin – UN
- The value of the Finnish 2 euro coins coined in 2005 for the 50 years since Finland’s accession to the UN, is €4.50.
2 Euro commemorative coins Finland 2006 – Suffrage Universal
Let us move on to another Finnish coin, this one is from 2006 and was minted in honour of the 100th Anniversary of the Universal Suffrage, which took place in 1906. Issued on 1/10/2006.
At the Obverse of these 2 euros of Finland stand out two stylized female faces vertically opposed to each other. To separate them a single wavy ribbon.
On the left side appears at the top the letter M, symbol of the Mint Director Raimo Makkonen, and then the date 1.10.1906. Instead on the right side 20 FI 06, the thousandth of minting interrupted by the initials of Finland FI, followed by another M, in this case signed by the author Pertti Makinen.
Around them are arranged in a circle all the stars that make up the logo of Europe, which are exactly 12.
Author: Pertti Makinen
The reverse is the opposite side of the bimetallic, the one with the nominal value of 2 euros.
The side contour is finely knurled and bears the inscription: SUOMI FINLAND followed by the three stylised Lion heads.
Value 2 Euro Finland 2006 Commemorative – Suffrage Universal
- The Finnish 2 euro coins minted in 2006 to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Universal Suffrage is €4.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2007 – Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome
In 2007 a coin is issued for all the countries that use the Euro, this is the Commemoration dedicated to the Treaties of Rome. The coin was issued on 25/03/2007.
On the face of the Obverse is represented the plan of the square in front of the Capitol in Rome, a plan made from a drawing by Michelangelo, with the word EUROOPPA inscribed at the top center, under the Treaty Document with the signatures made on March 25, 1957.
Further down, in the lower part of the coin, on two lines, the thousandth of minting 2007 and SUOMI-FINLAND. In the upper part instead ROOMAN SOPIMUS 50 V.
All around are engraved the 12 5-pointed stars arranged in a circle, symbol of the European Union, between two stars on the left there is also the mark of the Finnish Mint.
Instead the Common Face, or so-called value side, is the reverse side of the coin with the value of 2 euro and the new map of the European countries all united without borders between them.
The outline: Engraved on the side edge of the coin is the inscription ROMFÖRDRAGET – 50 ÅR – EUROPA
Value 2 Euro Finland 2007 – Commemorative Treaty of Rome
- The value of this Finnish 2 euro coins minted in 2007 and dedicated to the Treaty of Rome is €5.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2007 – Anniversary Independence of Finland
Another 2 Euro coin commemorating Finland minted in 2007 is the one dedicated to the Independence of Finland. Commemorative coin issued on 1/01/2007 to commemorate the 90th year of Finnish Independence declared on 6 December 1917 and recognized on 4 January 1918.
On the Obverse are evident waves of the sea furrowed by a boat driven by 9 figures with 9 long oars. In the upper part of the coin there is the thousandth of minting 2007, below instead the date 1917. On the right the identifying sign of Finland FI, on the left the symbol of Cornucopia with coins, symbol of the Finnish Mint.
Around it there is the logo of the European Union with its twelve 5-pointed stars representing all the European States.
Author: Reijo Paavilainen
On the reverse side, or value side, is depicted the Common Face as for all commemorative and 2 Euro coins.
In Incuso along the finely knurled side edge is engraved the inscription: SUOMI FINLAND followed by 3 Lion heads.
Value 2 euro Finland 2007 Commemorative Coin – Independence of Finland
- The value of the 2 Finnish Euro Commemorative of 2007 dedicated to the Independence of Finland is about €4.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2008 – Human Rights
The 2008 Finnish commemorative 2-euro coin commemorating Finland’s 60th Anniversary of Human Rights was requested. Coined and issued on 24/10/2008.
At the obverse of this 2 euro finland coin there is a large Heart with the figure of a man with one hand on his chest inside. On the top of the 2008 vintage and below the heart an inscription that looks like an engraving on a rock where it reads: HUMAN RIGHT’S. Also in the lower part of the coin we find on the right the symbol of the Mint (the Cornucopia), on the left the identification code Finland FI and in the centre the K as signature of the engraver Tapio Kettunen.
Around the central part are circularly distributed the 12 five-pointed stars, which symbolize the European countries.
Author: Tapio Kettunen
The reverse side is stamped with the common face with the face value as for all the other two Euro coins.
Side dish: Along the finely knurled thickness, on this Finnish 2 euro coins are incised the words: SUOMI FINLAND followed by three heads of Leo.
Value 2 euro Finland 2008 Commemorative Coins – Human Rights
- Here is the value of the two commemorative euros minted in Finland in 2008 for Human Rights: it has a value of about €5.
2 Euro Commemoratives Coins Finland 2009 – Autonomy of Finland
For the 200th anniversary of the Finnish Autonomy, in 2009, this Commemoration is issued, for this coin the design of the 100 euro coin where the façade of Porvoo Cathedral can be seen is used. Issued on 23/10/2009.
Reference to the first Diet of Finland held at the end of the Finnish War, from 25 March to 19 July 1809, in Porvoo Cathedral.
We see the obverse with in the center the top and front of the Cathedral of Porvoo, above the tip is engraved the date 1809, instead on the right that of the 2009 issue. On the left, one above the other, the Cornucopia as a symbol of Mint and the initials FI as a reference to Finland.
The European symbol is represented by the 12 stars arranged in a circle above the outer ring of the coin.
Author: Reijo Paavilainen
Instead at the reverse we find the Common Face with the nominal value.
In the side border are incised the two words: SUOMI FINLAND which are then followed by the three heads of Leo.
Value 2 euro Finland 2009 Commemorative Coins – Autonomy of Finland
- How much can the 2 Euro Commemoration Finland coined in 2009 and dedicated to Finnish Autonomy be worth? It is Worth €5.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2009 – Economic and Monetary Union
Also in 2009, precisely on 15/01/2009, a commemoration wanted in all the countries of the Euro Zone, the one dedicated to 10 years by the Economic and Monetary Union called EMU.
The part on the Obverse of these 2 Finnish euros is the one with the stylized prehistoric Little Man cast with the euro symbol (€) with the signature of the author Georgios Stamatopoulos at the bottom (ΓΣ), at the top is engraved the writing SUOMI FINLAND. On the lower part EMU 1999 – 2009.
The copper and nickel part of the coin is engraved with the twelve stars symbol of the European Union.
Author: Georgios Stamatopoulos
While at the reverse side we find the common face, or value side, with the nominal value.
The edge of the coin is finely knurled and bears the inscription TALOUS – JA RAHALIITTO EMU followed by the 3 lion heads.
Value 2 euro Finland 2009 Commemorative Coins – Economic and Monetary Union
- The value of Finland’s 2 Euro commemorative bimetallic commemorative coin, coined in 2009 for the 10 Years of the EMU, is €4.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2010 – Finnish Coin
The commemorative coin of 2010 is the one made for the 150 Years of the Finnish Coin. In fact, on 4 April 1860, thanks to Tsar Alexander II of Russia, a decree was issued authorising Finland to issue Mark’s banknotes and coins. Thus was born the first Finnish Mint in Helsinki.
Its a Commemorative coin presented on 15/11/2010.
The obverse on the left side is engraved with the stylized design of the Lion holding a knife, symbol of the Finnish coat of arms, and the thousandth coinage 2010.
In the moon on the right hand side i recognizes a sequence of numbers with characters of different sizes and partly superimposed or cut (0 1 2 5 1 5 0) numbers representing the unit value of the Finnish coin. There is also the Heraldic Lion inscribed in a circle, a new mint symbol.
At the bottom is indicated the initials of the country of issue FI and instead along the outer edge, the nickel part, are distributed the 12 five-pointed stars that symbolize the European countries.
Author: Reijo Paavilainen
As for the reverse this coin presents the Common Face of the 2 Euro coins with the face value.
Instead, all along the side edge of the bimetalica is incised the inscription: SUOMI FINLAND with the three heads of Leo.
Value 2 euro Finland 2010 Commemorative Coin – Finnish Coin
- Here is the value of the 2 Euro bimetallic commemorative coin, Finland 2010 and dedicated to the Finnish Coin, it has a value of €4
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2011 – Central Bank
For the 200th anniversary of the Finnish Bank in 2011, therefore, a commemorative commemoration was issued, depicting the national symbol of the Wild Swan, also known as the Great Swan. The Laulujoutsen is a large yellow-billed white swan with a black tip and dark, palmate legs. Issued on 17/10/2011.
Specifically to the obverse is evident the migratory flight of a Selavatic Swan, which as we have said is the national bird of Finland, as well as a protected species and Finnish symbol of fidelity. To the right the date of 1811, the year in which the Suomen Pankki (Finnish Bank) was founded in Turku by Tsar Alexander I of Russia.
At the bottom centre the mint symbol with the heraldic lion inside the circle and on the left the abbreviation of the issuing state of Finland FI. On the left, at 9 o’clock, the thousandth 2011. On the top right of the swan’s body is engraved the V signature of the engraver Hannu Veijalainen.
In the circle around the coin are the classic 12 5-pointed stars arranged in a circle, these represent the European States.Author: Hannu Veijalainen
As far as the Common Face is concerned, this is on the reverse side of the bimetallic with the nominal value.
The edge of the commemorative coin is engraved with the inscription: SUOMI FINLAND followed by the three heads of Leo.
Value of Finnish 2 euro coins Commemorative 2011 – Central Bank
- The 2-euro commemorative coin of Finland minted in 2011 for the Central Bank has a value of €3.50
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2012 – Helene Schjerfbeck
In 2012, the Finnish Mint coined the 150th anniversary of Helene Schjerfbeck’s birth, a Finnish painter famous for her deep-eyed self-portraits that bring out her mood and fear of death. Undisputed artist born in Helsinki on 10 July 1862 and died on 23 January 1946. Issued on 5/10/2012.
The part at the Obverse of these 2 euros Finland hosts the stylization of a Self-portrait by Helene Schjerfbeck, dated 1937, with the two dates 1862-1946 on the right with the mint symbol, the heraldic lion inscribed inside a circle. On the left is the name of the artist HELENE SCHJERFBECK and the Finnish identification code FI.
The engraver’s signature is on the left T Erja Tielinen under the brushstrokes of colour.
All around are depicted the 12 stars as the emblem of Europe.
Auhor: Erja Tielinen
Instead, the Common side of the coin shows the face value of the 2 euro coin.
In the side border of the commemorative inscribed: SUOMI FINLAND followed by the engraving of the 3 feline heads.
Value 2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2010 – Helene Schjerfbeck
- What is the value of the 2 euro commemorative Finnish coin minted in 2010 and dedicated to the painter Helene Schjerfbeck? It has a value of €3.50
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2012 – EURO
Another memorial for 2012 is the 10 Years of the Economic and Monetary Union. Bimetallica issued in all the countries of the European Union and Finland on 12/01/2012.
The subject represented at the Obverse of this Commemoration common to all European countries depicts different elements around the Euro € symbol which becomes a globe. There are houses, palaces, human figures that represent the importance of the Euro in the lives of citizens, a ship that symbolizes trade, a factory that immediately brings back to industry and even wind turbines that symbolize energy.
At the top of the coin we find the inscription SUOMI FINLAND and at the bottom the dates 2002 – 2012.
Around it, on the nickel ring, there are the 12 five-pointed stars, which are the symbol of the European States.
Author: Helmut Andexlinger
The reverse side of the coin shows the Common Face with a face value of 2 Euro.
The edge is finely knurled and is characterized by the incised engraving with three lion heads and the inscription SUOMI FINLAND
Value of the 2 Euro Commemoratives Finland 2012 – EURO
- The value of the 2012 Finnish commemorative 2 Euro coins for the 10th Anniversary of the Euro is 4€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2013 – Frans Eemil Sillanpää
The year 2013 will feature a commemorative male coin, dedicated to a writer and Nobel Prize winner for literature, Frans Eemil Sillanpää, for the 125th anniversary of his birth. Coin issued on 4/11/2013.
At the Obverse of the commemorative, the almost photographic portrait of Frans Eemil Sillanpää placed under the inscription F.E. SILLAMPAA and next to it the 2013 vintage. On the left the date 1888, the year of his birth (16th September 1888) and on the right the year of his death (3rd June 1964).
Below the sides of the writer’s long beard the symbol of the Helsinki Mint, the circle with the heraldic lion inside, then the letters recognizing Finland FI.
In the outline of the portrait engraved on the copper and nickel alloy, there are stars forming a circle as in the logo of Europe.
Author: Pekka Rytkönen e Reijo Paavilainen
The reverse is the value side with the nominal value of the two euros, the so-called Common Face.
The contour, on the other hand, is thin knurled and shows the words SUOMI FINLAND with the engraving of the three lion heads.
Value of 2 Euro Commemoratives Finland 2013 – Frans Eemil Sillanpää
- The 2013 Finnish bimetallic Memorial dedicated to Frans Eemil Sillanpää has a current value of €3.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2013 – Parliament
Also in 2013, the two commemorative euros dedicated to Parliament. This coin was issued on 4/09/2013 for the 150th Anniversary of the Finnish Parliament.
The obverse side of these 2 euro Finland has the date 1863 written in the center with an ornamental font with the 6 that from seed becomes bud. Then starts a semicircle inscription S U O M I F I N L A N D 2013 with the symbol of the Helsinki Mint, the heraldic lion inside the circle, placed between Suomi and Finland.
All around are evenly distributed the 12 stars of the European Union.
Author: Petri Neuvonen
The side to the reverse consists of the common face of the 2 euro coins.
The outline is instead finely knurled, engraved with the words SUOMI FINLAND and the three lion heads.
Value of the 2 Euro Commemoratives Finland 2013 – Parliament
- The value of Finland’s 2013 2 euro memorial for the Parliament is 4€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2014 – Tove Marika Jansson
Here is another memorial dedicated to a female figure, this time for a well-known Finnish writer, painter and illustrator, Tove Marika Jansson. Coin issued on 16/06/2014 for the 100 years since her birth on 9/08/1914.
Mother illustrator and father sculptor also known for being the mother of the characters in the Mumin series Finnish children’s books translated into over thirty languages and born in 1946.
The obverse part depicts the stylization of Tove Marika Jansson’s self-portrait made in Oil in 1975. Under her face her signature and the dates 1914-2001, birth and death. On the right side there is the year of minting 2014 and the symbol of the Mint, the heraldic lion in the circle. On the left side is the initials FI, identifying Finland.
The ring-shaped part of the coin is engraved with the symbol of Europe, the 12 stars arranged in a circle.
Author: Jari Lepistö
The value side is the reverse side of the coin, known as the Common Face and the same for all two euro coins.
As far as the contour is concerned, this is finely knurled and bears the inscription SUOMI FINLAND followed by the drawing of the 3 lion heads.
Value of 2 euros Finland 2014 Commemorative Coin – Tove Marika Jansson
- The 2 euro Finland 2014 minted in honour of the artist Tove Marika Jansson for the 100 Years from birth is worth 3,50€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2014 – Ilmari Tapiovaara
In 2014, the Ilmari Tapiovaara Commemorative also dedicated to an Artist, Designer and Interior Architect who also worked as Le Corbusier’s assistant and with Alvar Aalto, known for his 1946 Domus chair series, his 1963 Polar Cutlery and his taste for industrial furniture.
At the obverse of the 2 euro coin Finland the detail of a chair of the Domus Series of 1946 the stackable chair made of birch wood. Under the chair the thousandth of minting 2014, the initials of Finland FI and the sign of the Finnish Mint of the raldic lion.
On the left a circle consisting of the inscription ILMARI TAPIOVAARA 1914-1999, year of birth and death.
All around the 12 five-pointed stars forming a circle (Symbol of Europe)
Author: Harri Koskinen
To the reverse of the common face engraved with the face value of the coin.
Instead the Contour, finely knurled, bears the inscription SUOMI FINLAND + the three lions’ heads.
Value of 2 euros Finland 2014 – Ilmari Tapiovaara
- This commemorative 2-euro coin from 2014 in honour of Ilmari Tapiovaara is worth around €3.50.
2 Euro Commemoratives Coins Finland 2015 – Jean Sibelius
In 2015 the commemorative coin was issued for the 150th anniversary of the birth of Jean Sibelius, the Finnish violinist and composer and musical symbol. Commemoration of 18/02/2015.
The Obverse represents the view of a starry sky with the foliage of two trees, as if we were lying watching the sky. On the right is the Finnish abbreviation FI and the Vantaa Mint sign (Heraldic Lion inside the circle). On the left is the thousandth 2015 and the name of the musician JEAN SIBELIUS written in a bow.
All around there are, distributed in a circle, the stars that symbolize the countries of Europe.
The reverse has the common face and the nominal value.
The contour, which is finely knurled, in addition to the writing SUOMI FINLAND also features the head of three lions.
Author: Nora Tapper
Value of the 2 euro coin Commemorative Finland 2015 – Jean Sibelius
- The bimetallic coin minted to commemorate the 150 years since the birth of violinist Jean Sibelius in 2015 is worth around €3.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2015 – Akseli Gallen Kallela
Another commemorative coin of 2015 is the one dedicated to a Finnish painter, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, who painted The Thunder Swan for the historic epic poem of Finland Kalevala. Issued on 22/10/2015.
At the Obverse of these Finnish 2 euro coins you can see the Swan, Finnish symbol, on the water and the swaying traits taken from his work. Under the inscription AKSELI GALLÉN KALLELA interrupted only by the Akseli Gallen-Kallela palette on which are engraved the dates 1865 and 2015, the year of birth and the thousandth of minting. A symbol of the Heraldic Lion inside a small circle, symbol of the Finnish Mint, is on the right of the palette, while the symbol of Finland FI is engraved on the line separating water and sky on the right.
The ring around Finnish 2 euro coins has the logo of Europe with its stars placed in a circle.
Looing at the reverse we just see the so-called value side, or Common Face, the same for all 2 euro coins.
The outline, as for all commemorations, shows the engraving SUOMI FINLAND accompanied by the 3 lions.
Author: Hannu Veijalainen
Value of 2 Euro Finland 2015 – Akseli Gallen Kallela
- This 2015 Commemorative Coin of Finland dedicated to Akseli Gallen Kallela’s Tuonela Swan is worth €3.50.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2015 – European Flag
Always in 2015 it comes coined, in all the European Countries, the Commemoration for the 30th Anniversary of the European Flag. Coin issued in Finland on 6/08/2015.
The obverse side displays the Flag of Europe with its logo in the center, a logo consisting of 12 stars placed in a circle. These stars are transformed and become as many stylized human figures representing European countries. The signature of the author Georgios Stamatopoulos GS is at the bottom right under the little man in the foreground, above his head there is the symbol of the Finnish Mint (Circle+Leon).
On the right hand side of the coin is the semi-circular inscription SUOMI FINLAND 1985 – 2015. The ring around it repeats the logo of Europe with its stars in a circle.
Reverse: Common face the same for commemorative and 2 euro coins, value side.
Outline: FINLAN SUOMI in incused with lion heads, thick knurling.
Value of the 2 euro coin Commemorative Finland 2015 – European Flag
- The Finnish Commemorative coin of 2015 for the European Flag is worth €3.50
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2016 – Georg Henrik von Wright
For 2016, in Finland, it was decided to commemorate Georg Henrik von Wright, a Finnish philosopher born on June 14, 1916 in Helsinki and died in 2003 two days after his birthday. Coin of 17/10/2016
The obverse of these 2 euro Finland is characterized by an oak branch on the left and an ancient Doric column on the right. It starts from the left, under the oak branch, the inscription GEORG HENRIK VON WRIGHT, instead in the upper part there is the abbreviation FI of the issuing country, the symbol of the Mint (The heraldic lion drawn inside a circle) and the thousandth 2016, the latter engraved above the Doric column.
Around the brass and nickel part there is the nickel and copper crown engraved with the European symbol consisting of 12 five-pointed stars arranged in a circle.
The reverse of the coin has drawn the Common Face with the nominal value of the commemorative coin.
The contour, like the other coins, is finely knurled and bears the inscription SUOMI FINLAND, plus of course the three lion heads.
Author: Nora Tapper
Value of the commemorative 2-euro coin Finland 2016 – Georg Henrik von Wright
- This 2016 Finnish commemorative coin for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Georg Henrik von Wright is worth 3€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2016 – Eino Leino
2016 was supposed to be the year of writers in Finland, because the second memorial is also dedicated to one of them, Eino Leino, a poet known, not to everyone, even under the name of Armas Einar Leopold Lönnbohm. Born in 1878 and died in 1926. Commemorative issued on 25/04/2016 90 years after his death.
We see the Obverse in which a flame is evident with the profile on the left, recognizable by the silhouette of the mustache, by Eino Leino himself. The flame seems to be born from a tool useful for arranging the laces in the fireplace, a poker with under one thousandth 2016 and the Poet’s signature in italics. Instead on the left are the two letters of Finland FI and the circle with the lion inside, symbol of the Mint.
Around the European mark with the circle made of stars, 12 equidistant stars
The Common Face is instead on the reverse side of the coin with a face value of 2 Euro.
In the outline you can read the words SUOMI FINLAND with the heads of the three lions and is knurled.
Value | 2 Euro Commemorative Finland 2016 – Eino Leino
- The value of the Finnish commemorative coin dated 2016 and made in honour of Eino Leino is 3€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2017 – Finnish Nature
In 2017 he dedicates his commemorative coin to Finnish Nature, and does so with a beautiful design created by the union of two photographs by Kari Auvinen. The photographs were selected through a Finnish photography competition precisely to make this coin, the figure of the crow is intended to emphasize the spirit of adaptation of Finland, a distinctive feature of the bird. Coin issued on 21/10/2017.
We see the obverse of the bimetallica, perfectly in the center, in the background, the full moon seen from Harmaja, Finnish island, moon with almost photographic details. In the foreground a tree with bare branches and a crow leaning on the branch on the right, facing left. In the lower part, under the moon, the year of issue 2017, at 9 o’clock the identification code of Finland FI, and on the right, behind the crow’s tail, the lion inside the circle, emblem of the Finnish Mint.
At the reverse, as usual, the Common Face engraved with the nominal value of the commemorative.
The inscription SUOMI FINLAND is instead engraved on the edge of the coin, together with the 3 lion heads.
Value 2 Euro Finland 2017 Commemorative coin – Finnish Nature
- What is the value of this 2017 commemorative coin chosen in honour of Finnish Nature? It is worth around €3.50
2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2017 – Independence of Finland
For Finland’s 100 Years of Independence, also in 2017, this dotted commemorative is coined. Issued on 1/6/2017.
As already mentioned, the obverse of these 2 euros Finland, as a background, is a homogeneous surface made of dots of different sizes that fit together like tiles in a mosaic, a surface in which you can see a silhouette and recognize the cartographic outline of Finland. Above left the inscription vertically and on two lines SUOMI 1917 / FINLAND 2017. On the right, one above the other, the heraldic lion inscribed in a circle and the initials of Finland FI.
The ring of the coin in nickel and copper engraved with the stars representing the emblem of Europe.
The value side, or Common Face, is on the reverse of the coin.
On the other hand, the two words SUOMI FINLAND can be distinguished in the outline, plus the figures of the three lion heads, engraved on a thin knurling.
Author: Simon Örnberg
Valore | Commemorativa Finlandia 2017 – Indipendenza della Finlandia
- The commemorative coin 2017 Finland for the Independence of Finland has a value of €3.
2 Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2018 – Koli Park
In 2018 this commemorative coin was minted, which can be defined as naturalistic, because it pays homage to the Koli Park. Commemorative issued on 28/05/2018.
We discover the Obverse of the memorial where you can see the view from the top of the Koli Park, a national park located on a hill 347 meters high above Lake Pielinen. You can see both the vegetation and the lake, at the bottom in the center the thousandth 2018, on the right at 3 o’clock there is the Finnish symbol of the Mint, the circle with the heraldic lion inside. At sunistra below the horizon line is the identification code of the State of Issue: FI.
In the circle made of nickel and copper, the silver part, there are the 12 stars symbol of European countries, arranged in a circular fashion.
The reverse side houses the Common Face, the side with a nominal value of 2 euros.
Contour: Finely knurled, SUOMI FINLAND, 3 lion heads.
Author: Erkki Vainio
Value of the 2 euro coin Commemorative Finland 2018 – Koli Park
- Value of the 2018 Finnish Commemoration for Koli Park: 3€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2018 – Sauna Culture
The second coin of 2018 also offers an environmental but also cultural dedication, this time to the Culture of the Sauna. Coin of 22/10/2018
Obverse: In the central circle of the coin is engraved a typical Finnish landscape with a Finnish sauna made of steaming stone and all the vegetation around it.
Not everyone knows that the practice of sauna originated in Finland in 1,100 AD. Below at 6 o’clock the thousandth 2018, on the top right the lion inscribed inside a circle (Mint Mark), on the left the initials FI, referring to Finland.
On the outer part in nikel are distributed in a circle, as in the logo of Europe, the stars representing the European countries.
Reverse: Side with the face value of 2 euros, also called Common Face.
Contour: Thin knurling with incised engraving SUOMI FINLAND and 3 lion heads.
Value of 2 euros Commemorative Finland 2018 – Sauna Culture
- The value of the Finnish Bimetallic 2 euro coin coined in 2018 and dedicated to the Sauna Culture is 3€.
2 Euro Commemorative Coins Finland 2019 – Constitution
For the 100 years since the Finnish Constitution, this commemorative commemoration of 2019 has been issued.
At the Obverse, the three circles that merge together represent the three political pillars such as Executive, Judicial and Legislative Power. Below is the mint emblem, the lion inside the circle and the abbreviation FI which stands for Finland. On the left there is the thousandth minting 2019.
Lookin at the outside of this Finnish 2 euro coins are engraved the twelve stars in a circle, symbol of Europe.
On the reverse side is evident the Common Face with the value of the 2 euro and the map of the European Countries.
The contour, as for the other commemorative ones, has a thin knurling and shows the engraving SOUNDS FINLAND and also the three lion heads.
Value of the 2 euro Commemorative Finland 2019 – Constitution
This 2019 commemorative 2-euro coin from Finland dedicated to the Constitution is worth around €20.
2 Euro Finland 2020 Coin – University of Turku
Here we are in 2020 with the commemorative coin dedicated to 100 years of the University of Turku. Issued on 20/08/2020.
On the obverse is an abstract representation of cooperation between societies and universities. The design features intersecting lines that create points of union. At the top is the year of issue, 2020, at the bottom right is the state mark of Finland FI with the Mint’s symbol above it: a circle with the Heraldic Lion.
In the circle of the coin are the 12 European stars.
The reverse side features the Common Face with its 2 euro value side.
In the contour, it is engraved with a thin knurling with the inscription SUONI FINLAND and three lion heads.
Author: Petri Neuvonen.
Value of 2 Euro Finland 2020 Commemorative Coin – University of Turku
- The 2-euro commemorative coin Finland 2020 University of Turku is worth €6.
2 Euro Finland 2020 Coin – Väinö Linna
Also in 2020, the 2 Euro Commemorative Coin from Finland is minted, dedicated to the writer Väinö Linna on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Issued on 16/11/2020.
The obverse side features a portrait of Väinö Linna, who worked at the Finlayson Spinning Mill, so the background shows threads representing the wefts in his books. Below the portrait is the year 2020, the symbol of Finland FI and the circle with the Heraldic Lion as the Mint mark.
The outer part of the coin is engraved with the European stars in a circle.
As usual, the reverse side is the face common to all 2-euro coins.
Looking at the edge, as with all other Finnish coins, it is engraved with fine knurling and the inscription SUONI FINLAND in addition to the three lion heads.
Author: Petri Neuvonen.
Value of 2 Euro Coin Finland 2020 Väinö Linna
- The value of the 2 Euro Commemorative Finland 2020 coin with Väinö Linna is €6.
2 Euro Finland 2021 Coin – Journalismi Journalistik
Two Euro Commemorative Coin Finland 2021, dedicated to Democracy and Freedom of Journalism. Coin issued on 14/04/2021.
The obverse depicts a stylised representation of human figures, with a ribbon defining the contours. On the left is the word JOURNALISMI, on the right JOURNALISTIK. In the bottom centre is an engraved circle with the Heraldic Lion (Mint symbol), 2020 (the year of issue) and FI (Marks of Finland).
Around it, on the nickel side, the usual 12 stars representing the countries of the European Union.
The Reverse is characterised by the Value Side also known as the Common Face.
The contour is finely knurled and bears the inscription SUOMI FINLAND with 3 lion heads.
2 Euro Finland 2021 – Ålands Islands
Also from 2021, the Finland Commemorative Coin dedicated to 100 years of Åland Islands. Coin issue 2021.
On the obverse side is not an abstract representation, but rather a marine view of the Åland Islands archipelago. The point of view is a subjective view of the viewer on board a boat, the prow of which can be seen, following the course with a compass held in his hand.
At the top of the coin, in a semicircle, is the engraving ÅLANDS SJÄLVSTYRELSE 100 ÅR and at the bottom AHVENANMAAN ITSEHALLINTO 100 VUOTTA. On the left there is a buoy on the horizon line with the Finnish Mint symbol above it, i.e. the Circle with the Heraldic Lion inside. On the right is a similar buoy with the FI state mark and the year 2021.
In the nickel outer ring the symbol of the European Union, the 12 stars.
The reverse is the usual Common Face.
The finely knurled surround bears the words SUOMI FINLAND and the 3 lion heads.
Table with the Values of Finnish 2 euro coins
This is the table of values of all the Finnish commemorative 2 euro coins divided by years. The values refer to the commemorative ones in Brilliant Uncirculated, moreover they may fluctuate according to the interest of the Numismatics.
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Topics related to Finland’s Euro Coins
- You can see the value, description and rarity and all other Finnish coins here: Finnish Euro Coins
See the 2-euro commemorative coins of other European countries:
- The valuable 2 Euro Vatican coins can be seen here and the 2 Euro Italy coins here.
- There are also 2 Euro commemorative coins from Malta and 2 Euro coins from San Marino.
- Also worth seeing are the 2 Euro Coins of Greece and the 2 Euro Coin of Germany.
- The 2 Euro Coin of Spain, the 2 Euro coins France and the 2 Euro Monaco coins are also interesting.
- See also the 2 Euro Slovenia coins, the 2 Euro Lithuania coins and the 2 Euro Latvia coins
- 2 Euro Austria coins can be found here and 2 Euro Netherlands here.
- Cyprus’ 2 Euro coins, Ireland’s 2 Euro coins and Estonia’s 2 Euro coins are here.
- Check also the 2 Euro Andorra coins, the 2 Euro Slovakia and the 2 Euro Finland coins.
- The 2 Euro coins from Belgium, the 2 Euro Luxembourg and finally the 2 Euro from Portugal are here.