Have an Ireland coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment
Although I have talked a little about this one back when I found it in 2009 it deserves its own post. Mainly because Ireland imposed some strict austerity measures and just as they are starting to economically recover the Euro may crash and burn.
For those not in the loop coin-wise Greece may refuse to place an extreme austerity measure and then vote to leave the Euro Zone dropping the Euro coins and currency by default. If Greece drops the Euro then Spain may be force to do the same since they are also prideful and in trouble. After that Ireland is next in this domino toppling of the Euro.
Germany and France will hold strong to the Euro as well as the smaller Slovakia and Slovenia. In all there are fourteen Euro producing countries and five more official Euro users. Plus many countries are Euro-dependent. Still it is possible for the Euro to cease majority or even complete production.
That said as a collector it would be neat to see the end of the Euro and either the start of a new system or the reintroduction of the old currency. Like other European coins that went obsolete the value probably will double but since they were common the are still worth little.
Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Euro Cent / Ireland
Never quite sure if it is Euro Cent or Euro Cents. That aside I did find a 2011 Canada Cent but that has been featured in full on this blog before.
Do you have any Irish Euro and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my
best to find out the price and history for you.