Commemorative coins of the Croatian kuna


Commemorative coins of the Croatian kuna

Commemorative coins of the Croatian kuna have been issued since 1994.

Denomination Obverse Design
1 lipa Maize with inscriptions FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), 1945 (year of FAO founding), 1995 (50th anniversary of FAO and issue year of coin) and fiat panis (Latin expression for "Let there be bread!")
2 lipe Emblem of Croatian Olympic Committee with inscriptions 1996 (Olympic Games year and issue year of coin), Atlanta (host city of 1996 Olympic Games) and Olimpijske igre (Croatian for Olympic Games)
5 lipa Emblem of Croatian Olympic Committee with inscriptions 1996 (Olympic Games year and issue year of coin), Atlanta (host city of 1996 Olympic Games) and Olimpijske igre (Croatian for Olympic Games)
10 lipa Emblem of the United Nations with inscriptions Organizacija ujedinjenih naroda (Croatian for United Nations Organization), 1945 (founding year of United Nations), and 1995 (50th anniversary of United Nations and issue year of coin)
20 lipa Olive with inscriptions FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), 1945 (year of FAO founding), 1995 (50th anniversary of FAO and issue year of coin) and fiat panis (Latin expression for "Let there be bread!")
50 lipa Emblem of Croatian Football Federation with inscriptions Europsko nogometno prvenstvo (Croatian for European Football Championship), Engleska (Croatian for England), and 1996 (European Championship year and issue year of coin)
1 kuna Emblem of Croatian Olympic Committee with inscriptions 1996 (Olympic Games year and issue year of coin), Atlanta (host city of 1996 Olympic Games) and Olimpijske igre (Croatian for Olympic Games)
2 kune Tuna with inscriptions FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), 1945 (year of FAO founding), 1995 (50th anniversary of FAO and issue year of coin) and fiat panis (Latin expression for "Let there be bread!")
5 kuna Images commemorating the 500th anniversary of the printing of the Breviary of Senj in 1494
25 kuna 28 May 1997 commemorating peaceful reintegration of Srem-Baranja Oblast in Croatia
24 June 1997 commemorating Esperantist congress
27 October 1997 commemorating accession of Croatia to United Nations
26 June 1998 commemorating EXPO in Lisbon
29 December 1999 commemorating introduction of euro in EU
27 November 2000 commemorating year 2000.
15 January 2002 commemorating 10th anniversary of the international recognition of independence of Croatia
4 August 2005 commemorating candidacy of Croatia for accession to EU
12 May 2010 commemorating yearly meeting of EBRD in Zagreb

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