Wednesday, February 13, 2013

2004 Spain 10 Euro Cent

Have a Spanish euro and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Found this one in my change when I first started blogging back in 2005. It is making a reappearance not just for fun but to show the difference between the map changes. The first major change on Euro coins was the map that is on every circulating Euro coin.

Above is the old map which had each Eurozone country distinct and in an exploded-view. For those not familiar with CAD software exploded-view is when something that is connected normally and then separated into its components.

After more countries joined the Eurozone they redesigned the front to include a relief map. Relief maps show land details and not borders. Below is a side by side comparison.

The relief map in my opinion looks better and takes up less space. Is it possible the map will change again? Probably as the Euro is ultimately trying to become a globally coin.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 10 Euro Cent / Spain
Year: 2004
Mintage: 121,857,000
Metal: Brass
Value: $0.15 in Very-Fine

Do you have a Euro coin 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.

4 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

I found a 1987P half dollar in circulation but I thought they were only in mint sets. Can you confirm this? And if so is it worth anything?

Man said...

1987P half dollar in circulation but I thought they were only in mint sets.

That said many collectors buy sets and pick out the best ones then take low grade coins and put them into circulation.

It is possible to find many strange coins in your change.

Sorry but a 1987P fifty cents is just face value in circulated condition.

Unknown said...

Hi, I have a 2 cent Euro from France (2001). Any way to know how much this is worth?

Man said...

2 cent Euro from France (2001) about $0.05

Unfortunately it is the French 2002 2 cent Euro that is worth a few dollars.