Malta 1 cent

From 2008 until now

The Mnajdra temples, a Neolithic complex dating back to 3600 BC which is considered to be one of the oldest free-standing temple groupings in the world.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 10.000.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- 11.000.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 2 cents

From 2008 until now

The Mnajdra temples, a Neolithic complex dating back to 3600 BC which is considered to be one of the oldest free-standing temple groupings in the world.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 36.000.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- 7.500.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 5 cents

From 2008 until now

The Mnajdra temples, a Neolithic complex dating back to 3600 BC which is considered to be one of the oldest free-standing temple groupings in the world.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 34.000.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- 10.000.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 10 cents

From 2008 until now

The Maltese coat of arms, a shield with a heraldic representation of the Maltese flag, topped by a mural crown and bounded by two branches, an olive branch symbolising peace and a palm frond representing the Maltese identity.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 40.960.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- --- 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 20 cents

From 2008 until now

The Maltese coat of arms, a shield with a heraldic representation of the Maltese flag, topped by a mural crown and bounded by two branches, an olive branch symbolising peace and a palm frond representing the Maltese identity.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 39.960.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- --- 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 50 cents

From 2008 until now

The Maltese coat of arms, a shield with a heraldic representation of the Maltese flag, topped by a mural crown and bounded by two branches, an olive branch symbolising peace and a palm frond representing the Maltese identity.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 15.000.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- 3.000.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 1 euro

From 2008 until now

The eight-pointed Maltese cross, a symbol of Maltese identity.

Observations: Not minted in 2009 and 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 13.960.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- --- 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 2 euros

From 2008 until now

The eight-pointed Maltese cross, a symbol of Maltese identity.

Observations: Not minted in 2009.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 10.000.000 40.000
40.000 - Basic (2008)
---
2010 -- 2.000.000 --- ---
2011 -- --- 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
---
2012 -- --- 51.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
1.000 - Guest of Honour (2012)
---
2013 -- 3.500.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
---
2014 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
---
2015 -- --- 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
---
2016 -- 250.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
---
2017 -- --- 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
---
2018 -- ??? ??? ???

Malta 2 euros commemorative

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 -- 700.000 --- ---

2011 - Constitutional history. First elected representatives of 1849

This coin is the first of a series of five coins to be issued over a period of five years to commemorate major milestones in Malta's constitutional history. This first coin commemorates the election in 1849 of the first Maltese representatives to the Council of Government advising the British Governor. Malta had been a British colony since the 1814 Treaty of Paris. The centre of the coin shows a hand putting a vote into a ballot box. The words "Malta – First elected representatives 1849" are shown above.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 375.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2011)
5.000

2012 - Majority Representation - 1887

The design was created by the Maltese artist Gianni Bonnici and it shows a jubilant crowd with the Governor’s Palace, in Valletta, depicted in the background. At the top of the inner ring, in a semicircle, the inscription "MALTA – Majority representation 1887". At the bottom the year "2012". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2012 -- 400.000 50.000
50.000 - Basic (2012)
5.000

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 -- 500.000 --- ---

2013 - Establishment of Self-Government in 1921

The designs shows a map of the Maltese islands and a representation of the population. At the bottom of the design, the year ‘2013’. At the top, in semi-circle, the words ‘MALTA — Self-government 1921’. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2013 -- 500.000 35.000
35.000 - Basic (2013)
7.500

2014 - Independence from Britain in 1964

The coin commemorating the Malta Independence constitution of 1964 is the fourth in the series of five coins that commemorate constitutional milestones in Maltese history. By means of the 1964 constitution Malta became an independent nation for the first time after hundreds of years of foreign domination. The national side of the coin shows a detail of the bronze monument commemorating Independence which was designed by the artist Gianni Bonnici in 1989. It shows a young woman, representing Malta, carrying the Maltese flag. At the right, in semi-circle, the inscription "MALTA – Independence 1964" and at the bottom the year of issuance "2014".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2014 -- 400.000 25.000
25.000 - Basic (2014)
7.500

2014 - 200th Anniversary of the Malta Police Force

The coin commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Malta Police Force which was set up by means of proclamation XXII of 1814. Thus the Malta Polices Force is one of the oldest in Europe. The national side of the coin depicts the badge of the Malta Police Force with the legend ‘200 Years Malta Police Force’ and the dates 1814-2014.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2014 -- 300.000 --- ---

2015 - 100 Years since the first Flight from Malta

The coin commemorates an important milestone in Maltese aviation history - the 100 years since the first flight from Malta. It was on 13 February 1915 that Captain Kilmer took off from the Grand Harbour on a seaplane that was carried by HMS Ark Royal. The plane landed in the harbour after a 55-minute flight. The coin depicts Captain Kilmer’s seaplane with Senglea Point, a prominent feature in the Grand Harbour, in the background. At the top the inscription "FIRST FLIGHT FROM MALTA" in semi-circle. At the right the years "1915-2015". At the bottom left the inscription "100TH ANNIVERSARY" and at the bottom the initials of the designer "NGB" (Noel Galea Bason).

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 300.000 25.000
25.000 - Coin card. 100 Years since the first Flight from Malta (2015)
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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 -- 300.000 --- ---

2015 - Proclamation of the Republic of Malta in 1974

The coin is the last in a series of five commemorating Maltese constitutional milestones. Malta was declared a republic on 13 December 1974 following constitutional changes which were agreed upon by a great majority in Malta’s Parliament. The design reproduces a marble tablet affixed to the façade of the Presidential Palace in Valletta to mark Malta’s change from a monarchy to a republic. At the top right, in semi-circle, the inscription "MALTA – Republic 1974". At the bottom, the year "2015".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 400.000 30.000
30.000 - Basic (2015)
5.000

2016 - Ggantija Temples

The coin depicts the Ggantija Temples situated on the Island of Gozo. Ggantija is a megalithic temple complex dating to the Neolithic ages. It is one of the world's oldest free-standing structures, as well as one of the oldest religious structures. Built approximately in the 36th century BC, Ggantija pre-dates Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramides. At the top right the inscription "GGANTIJA TEMPLES" and underneath the years "3600-3200 BC". At the bottom left the name of the country of issuance "MALTA" and underneath the year of issuance "2016", flanked by the mint master mark and the pint mark.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 350.000 60.000
30.000 - Basic (2016)
30.000 - Coin card. Ggantija Temples (2016)
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2016 - Solidarity through love

This coin is envisaged to commemorate the role of the Malta Community Chest Fund in Society through a programme for secondary school students entitled "From Children in Solidarity". This programme identifies the social role of children in five different areas with the first theme being "Solidarity through Love". This design was created by Ms Sarah Cilia a secondary school student who has expressed this theme through two hands forming a heart shape which displays a representation of the Maltese flag. At the bottom of the design is the inscription "MALTA 2016". Two stylised representations of human bodies are designed on the left wrist and two on the right one. The coin's outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 350.000 30.000
30.000 - Bookmark. Solidarity through love (2016)
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2017 - Solidarity and peace

The coin's theme centres on the concept of solidarity and peace. The design was created by a school student and depicts two children holding the Maltese flag with the dove of peace flying over them. At the bottom is the name of the issuing country "Malta" and at the right side is the year of issuance "2017". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2017 -- 350.000 30.000
30.000 - Bookmark. Solidarity and peace (2017)
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2017 - UNESCO World Heritage Site: Maltese prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim

The coin depicts the prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim. At the top right the inscriptions "HAGAR QIM", "TEMPLES" and the years "3600-3200 BC" one under the other. At the bottom left the name of the country of issuance "MALTA" and underneath the year of issuance "2017". At the bottom right the initials "NGB" of the artist Noel Galea Bason. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2017 -- 350.000 55.000
25.000 - Basic (2017)
30.000 - Coin card. UNESCO World Heritage Site: Maltese prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim (2017)
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2018 - Temples of Mnajdra

The design features the Maltese prehistoric temples of Mnajdra, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Mnajdra is a prehistoric site consisting of three temples nestled around an oval forecourt. It is situated on the Southern coast of Malta, some 500 meters away from Hagar Qim. Mnajdra is best known for its astronomical alignments and the South temple seems to have been constructed to mark the sunrise on the equinox and the solstice. The Oldest parts of this complex date around 3 600-3 200 BC. At the top right of the design there are the inscriptions "MNAJDRA", "TEMPLES" and the years "3 600-2 500 BC", one underneath the other. At the bottom left there is the name of the issuing country "MALTA" and underneath there is the year of issuance "2018". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 300.000 35.000
15.000 - Basic (2018)
20.000 - Coin card. Temples of Mnajdra (2018)
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2018 - Cultural heritage

The design was created by a school student and depicts a variety of themes intrinsic to Maltese heritage including: an allusion to the prehistoric temples.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 300.000 20.000
20.000 - Bookmark. Cultural heritage (2018)
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2018 - Maltese Prehistoric Sites - Ta' Ħaġrat Temples

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