The Eurozone or Eurozone corresponds to the economic-geographical sector of the old continent, made up of all the founding member countries of the European Union, to which nations have been gradually added, and to the “younger” ones who use the euro there is Latvia, which like all realities all emission forms such as the two euros are developed.
If you can find Latvia’s two euros, you’re rich: that’s what they’re worth
Latvia, along with Estonia, is the only Baltic country to be a member of the European Union since 2004 and after 10 years gained access to the euro in 2014, which has gradually replaced the previous currency, the Latvian lats.
It adopted the euro on January 1, 2014, becoming the eighteenth country in the eurozone, and traditionally all Latvian European currencies have a unique aspect that was chosen by an internal referendum exactly years ago.
The profile of a Latvian girl was chosen for the two-euro coin, a depiction that was also chosen for the one-euro coin.
The face of the young woman symbolizes the freedom of Latvia, next to the thousandth embossing there is also the inscription LATVIJAS and REPUBLIKA. Two medal winners, Guntars Sietins and Ligita Franckevica, took care of the engraving, who of course also took care of the 1 euro coin.
The limited territorial extent of the Baltic nation has certainly contributed to these coins being significantly rarer than other countries’ currencies.
Only in existence since 2014, it is even rarer to aim for issues of this nature, particularly the 2016 two euro coin which was minted in just 5,000,000 pieces.
It is an important currency as the “basic” collector’s value is between 30 and 50 euros depending on the state, but given the rarity and popularity of the community issues, many collectors who have been awarded one of these coins have sold them for as much as 300-400 euros.