Euro of Andorra

Catalog of Andorran coins in euro

1 cent
2015-
16,25 mm
2,30 g
steel, copper
1 centesimo euro Andorra
2 cents
2015-
18,75 mm
3,06 g
steel, copper
2 centesimi euro Andorra
5 cents
2015-
21,25 mm
3,92 g
steel, copper
5 centimes euro Andorre
10 cents
2015-
19,75 mm
4,10 g
Nordic gold
10 centimes euro Andorre
20 cents
2015-
22,25 mm
5,74 g
Nordic gold
20 centimes euro Andorre
50 cents
2015-
24,25 mm
7,80 g
Nordic gold
50 centimes euro Andorre
1 euro
2015-
23,25 mm
7,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
1 euro Andorre
2 euro
2015-
25,75 mm
8,50 g
nickel, brass, copper
2 euro Andorre

Andorran euro

Andorra is not a member of the European Union and it did not have an official currency, using the French franc and Spanish peseta used before the adoption of the euro in 2002, and then euro coins and banknotes of the two neighboring countries.

On July 1, 2013 Andorra had an agreement with the European Union to adopt the euro as its official currency. The planned date to issue their coins was January 1, 2014, then postponed to January 1, 2014 and January 15, 2015.

On March 19, 2013 a public competition to design the national side of the euro coins was launched, with a deadline of April 16. On May 16 were selected the following subjects:

In August the design of the 10, 20 and 50 cents was modified as required by the European Commission removing the depiction of Christ to preserve religious neutrality.

2 euro commemorative coins

2014
20 Years in the Council of Europe
2 euro Andorra
2015
25 Years of Customs Union with the EU
2 euro Andorra
2015
30 Years since 18 became Legal Age
2 euro Andorra