Ireland 1 cent

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 404.314.788 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 77.837.182 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 174.793.634 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 126.969.391 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 111.166.861 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 163.748.944 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 59.002.134 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 52.258.019 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 7.636.442 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 23.261.567 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 75.641.147 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 40.825.071 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 35.000.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 160.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 9.200 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 2 cents

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 354.618.386 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 177.225.034 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 142.964.694 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 72.549.884 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 26.588.597 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 200.887.066 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 42.116.152 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 41.091.162 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 3.496.511 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 4.813.844 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.112.163 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 39.153.441 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 3.000.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 110.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 9.200 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 5 cents

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 456.245.848 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 48.287.370 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 80.314.322 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 56.459.380 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 88.018.370 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 136.157.269 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 61.844.008 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 10.333.341 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.023.881 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.024.637 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.061.330 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 1.080.825 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 1.000.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 1.100.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 80.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 782.900 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 10 cents

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 275.888.284 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 133.750.907 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 36.732.778 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 7.097.786 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 9.679.229 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 79.388.096 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 53.997.990 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 10.850.328 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.078.313 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.030.118 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.122.827 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 1.032.707 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 1.100.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 9.100.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 2.230.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 189.200 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 20 cents

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 234.550.562 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 57.077.221 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 32.381.447 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 40.444.062 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 10.377.229 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 34.489.488 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 45.990.533 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 4.279.307 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.027.059 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.201.428 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.005.527 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 1.274.266 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 1.200.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 1.100.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 30.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 9.100 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 50 cents

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 144.119.592 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 11.757.326 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 6.709.312 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 17.258.568 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 7.479.651 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 8.702.160 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 1.122.371 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 1.866.011 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.173.242 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.096.961 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.019.643 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 948.559 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 1.100.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 1.150.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 30.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 9.200 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 1 euro

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 135.114.737 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 2.455.700 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 1.592.990 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 6.774.777 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 4.038.722 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 3.942.582 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 2.579.757 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 3.314.828 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.082.716 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.104.965 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.051.750 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 966.472 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 975.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 1.100.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 30.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 84.300 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 2 euros

From 2002 until now

The Celtic harp, a traditional symbol of Ireland first used on coins in 1536, accompanied by the word "Éire", the Irish word for Ireland. The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government. The edge lettering on the €2 coin is ‘2**’, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2002 -- 90.563.110 25.000
20.000 - Basic. Central Bank of Ireland (2002)
5.000 - Basic. Issued by The Netherlands Mint (2002)
---
2003 -- 2.566.076 65.000
30.000 - Basic. The Casino, Marino (2003)
35.000 - Commemorative. Special Olympics World Games (2003)
---
2004 -- 3.698.186 40.000
40.000 - Basic. Reginald’s Tower, Waterford (2004)
---
2005 -- 13.077.599 50.000
50.000 - Basic. Heywood Gardens Co. Laois (2005)
---
2006 -- 5.421.340 45.000
40.000 - Basic. Glenveagh National Park and Castle Co. Donegal (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2006)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2006)
5.000
2007 -- 7.615.260 45.000
20.000 - Basic. Dun Aonghasa, The Aran Islands (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2007)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2007)
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000
2008 -- 5.792.003 35.000
30.000 - Basic. Newgrange (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2008)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2008)
---
2009 -- 1.030.507 30.000
25.000 - Basic. Gaelic Athletic Association (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby boy (2009)
2.500 - Baby. Baby girl (2009)
5.000
2010 -- 1.470.285 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2010)
---
2011 -- 1.053.271 20.000
20.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2011)
---
2012 -- 1.088.006 17.000
17.000 - Basic. Animals of Irish Coinage (2012)
5.000
2013 -- 1.034.953 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Irish Arp (2013)
---
2014 -- 5.300.000 12.000
12.000 - Basic. An island nation (2014)
---
2015 -- 1.200.000 10.000
10.000 - Basic. An island nation (2015)
1.000
2016 -- 10.625.000 55.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
5.000 - Baby (2016)
4.000
2017 -- 84.700 13.000
8.000 - Basic. An Island Nation (2017)
5.000 - Baby (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Ireland 2 euros commemorative

2007 - 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome

Common issue

The coin shows the treaty with the signatures of the six founding countries on a background evoking the paving – designed by Michelangelo – of the Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome, where the Treaty was signed on 25 March 1957, giving birth to the modern-day European Union.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 4.605.112 35.000
20.000 - Commemorative. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
15.000 - 2 euros. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
10.000

2009 - Ten years of economic and monetary union (EMU) and the birth of the euro

Common issue

The centre of the coin shows a stylised human figure whose left arm is prolonged by the euro symbol. The initials ΓΣ of the artist appear below the euro symbol. The name(s) of the issuing country in the national language(s) appear(s) at the top, while the indication 1999-2009 and the acronym EMU translated into the national language(s) appear at the bottom.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2009 -- 3.805.908 --- 7.000

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 -- 1.349.867 --- 5.000

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 -- 1.000.000 --- 1.000

2016 - One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland

The designs shows the statue of Hibernia which stands on the top of the General Post Office building whose seizure back in 1916 marked the beginning of the Easter rising. She is a symbol of Ireland. Her name was taken from the ancient Greek reference for Ireland and her form was realised by the sculptor John Smyth. She is viewed as a witness to the events of 1916 and for one hundred years since she has seen the nation blossom before her based on the ideals set out in the Proclamation. She continues to look forward and is a symbol of the past, present and future of the country.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 4.325.000 150.000
50.000 - Basic. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
75.000 - Coin card. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
25.000 - Bookmark. One hundred years since the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland (2016)
24.000

2019 - Centenary of the first sitting of Dáil Éireann

The design depicts the first sitting of Dáil Éireann in the Round Room. The Governance of the Irish nation began on the 21st of January and the sitting was conducted entirely in the Irish language to mark the symbolic nature of the meeting. The large Round Room of the Mansion House arcs above the vast congregation of the nation’s first elected Dáil. The words ‘An Chéad Dáil’, at the centre of the design, together with the year ‘1919’ at the top, are inscribed in a traditional uncial font. At the bottom are inscribed the name of the country and the year of issuance ‘ÉIRE 2019’. The coin’s outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European Union.

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