Estonia 1 cent

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2013 and 2014.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 32.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2012 -- 25.000.000 --- ---
2015 -- 14.000.000 --- ---
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
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2017 -- 29.000.000 --- ---
2018 -- 500.000 --- ---

Estonia 2 cents

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2013 and 2014.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 30.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2012 -- 25.000.000 --- ---
2015 -- 17.100.000 --- ---
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2017 -- 9.000.000 --- ---
2018 -- 8.500.000 --- ---

Estonia 5 cents

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 30.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2017 -- 4.500.000 --- ---
2018 -- 4.500.000 --- ---

Estonia 10 cents

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 30.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2018 -- 500.000 --- ---

Estonia 20 cents

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 25.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2017 -- 3.200.000 --- ---
2018 -- 4.000.000 --- ---

Estonia 50 cents

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 20.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2018 -- 500.000 --- ---

Estonia 1 euro

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 16.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2018 -- 500.000 --- ---

Estonia 2 euros

From 2011 until now

The design for the national side of Estonia’s coins is the same for all denominations. It features a geographical image of Estonia and the word “Eesti”, which means “Estonia”.

Observations: Not minted in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 11.000.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
3.500
2016 -- --- 20.000
20.000 - Basic. The restoration of Estonian Independence (2016)
---
2018 -- 500.000 --- ---

Estonia 2 euros commemorative

2012 - 10 years of the Euro

Common issue

The Euro-sign in the centre of the coin shows that the Euro has become an element of particular importance in Europe as well all over the world as the Euro evolved to a global player in the international monetary system in the last 10 years. The design elements around the Euro-symbol on the coin express the importance of the Euro to the people, to the financial world (ECB tower), to trading (ships), to industry (factories), to the energy sector and research and development (wind power stations). The initials AH of the artist appear under the image of the ECB tower. The name(s) of the issuing country in the national language(s) appear(s) at the top, while the indication 2002-2012 appears at the bottom.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2012 -- 2.000.000 --- ---

2015 - 30th Anniversary of the Flag of Europe

Common issue

Twelve stars that morph into human figures are embracing the birth of a new Europe. The design shows the EU flag as a symbol that unites people and cultures with shared visions and ideals for a better common future.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 345.000 3.500
3.500 - Coin card. 30th Anniversary of the Flag of Europe (2015)
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2016 - The 100th anniversary of the birth of the famous Estonian chess grandmaster Paul Keres

The coin features a portrait of the great Estonian chess player Paul Keres with some chess pieces. At the top left in semi-circle is the inscription "PAUL KERES". At the left side is the name of the issuing country "EESTI" and underneath is the year of issuance "2016".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 500.000 5.000
5.000 - Coin card. The 100th anniversary of the birth of the famous Estonian chess grandmaster Paul Keres (2016)
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2017 - Estonia's Independence

The coin features the sinuous trunk of an oak tree where on one side there are depicted the branches and on the other side the leaves. The branches symbolize the time of revolutions and hardships from which the road to Estonia's Independence was paved. The leaves symbolize the strength, achievements and longevity of Estonia. At the bottom left side of the trunk there is the word "MAAPÄEV" (Provisional Assembly of Estonia) and above that the year "1917". At the bottom right side there is the name of the issuing country "EESTI" and below that the year of issuance "2017". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2017 -- 1.500.000 10.000
10.000 - Coin card. Estonia’s road to independence (2017)
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2018 - 100 years since independence

The design depicts simultaneously the numbers 18 and 100, which symbolize the time when Estonia became an independent country and furthermore reflect the past hundred years. At the bottom right is the text "SADA AASTAT EESTI VABARIIKI" and next to it the name of the country "EESTI" and the year of issuance "2018". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 1.300.000 15.000
5.000 - Basic. 100 years since independence (2018)
10.000 - Coin card. 100 years since independence (2018)
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2018 - 100 years of Baltic states

The three baltic States are symbolically represented as a braid. They are united by their history: a common past, present and future.A stylized numeral representing the 100th anniversary, and the heraldic signs of all three States, are featured as well. At the left side is the name of the issuing country "EESTI" and at the right side is the year of issuance "2018". The design was selected by public voting in all three Baltic countries. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 485.000 15.000
5.000 - Basic. 100 years since independence (2018)
10.000 - Coin card. 100 years of Baltic states (2018)
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2019 - 150th anniversary of the first Estonian Song Festival

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2019 -- ??? ???