Slovenia 1 cent

From 2007 until now

A stork. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 44.600.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 17.900.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- 10.000.000 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- 25.000.000 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- 16.000.000 --- 750

Slovenia 2 cents

From 2007 until now

The ancient Sovereign Enthronement Stone. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 44.150.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 12.300.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- 6.000.000 --- 750

Slovenia 5 cents

From 2007 until now

A man sowing stars. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 43.700.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- --- --- 750

Slovenia 10 cents

From 2007 until now

Architect Jože Plečnik’s unrealised plans for the Slovenian Parliament, known as the ‘Cathedral of Freedom’. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 42.700.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- 3.000.000 --- 750

Slovenia 20 cents

From 2007 until now

Two Lipizzaner horses. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 37.150.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- --- --- 750

Slovenia 50 cents

From 2007 until now

Mount Triglav (Slovenia’s highest mountain). The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 32.300.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- --- --- 750

Slovenia 1 euro

From 2007 until now

Bust of Primož Trubar, the author of the first printed book in Slovenian (1550). The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 29.650.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- --- --- 750

Slovenia 2 euros

From 2007 until now

Portrait of France Prešeren, Slovenia's greatest poet, together with the line 'Shivé naj vsi naródi' (God’s blessing on all nations) in his handwriting. The words are taken from the seventh verse of his poem Zdravlijca (‘A Toast’), which is also the Slovenian national anthem. The edge lettering consists of the word SLOVENIJA followed by an engraved dot.. The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2007 -- 21.250.000 100.000
100.000 - Basic. France Preseren (2007)
---
2008 -- --- 148.000
148.000 - Basic. Primoz Trubar (2008)
2.000
2009 -- --- 100.000
100.000 - Basic. Triglav mountain (2009)
---
2010 -- --- 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
5.000
2011 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
2.000
2012 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
2.000
2013 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
2.000
2014 -- --- 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
1.500
2015 -- --- 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
1.500
2016 -- --- 10.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
1.500
2017 -- --- 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
1.000
2018 -- --- --- 750

Slovenia 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 -- 399.010 990
990 - Capsule issue. 50th anniversary of signing of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
---

2008 - 500th anniversary of the birth of Primož Trubar

The coin features an effigy of Primož Trubar (1508-1586), the Slovenian protestant reformer who was the founder of the Protestant Church of the Slovene Lands and the author of the first printed book in the Slovene language. Primož Trubar also features on the national side of the Slovenian 1-euro coin.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2008 -- 950.000 10.000
10.000 - Coin card. The 500th anniversary of the birth of Primož Trubar (2008)
40.000

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 -- 1.000.000 --- ---

2010 - Ljubljana's Botanical Garden

The coin commemorates the 200th anniversary of the creation of the Botanical Garden in Ljubljana, the oldest scientific and cultural institution in Slovenia. The inner part of the coin depicts the ‘hladnikia’ (Hladnikia pastinacifolia), a rare plant endemic to Slovenia which is named after Franc Hladnik, its discoverer and the founder of Ljubljana's Botanical Garden (date of issue: May 2010).

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 910.000 70.000
70.000 - Basic. Lipizzaner horses (2010)
20.000

2011 - The 100th anniversary of the birth of the national hero Franc Rozman-Stane

The design shows the effigy of Franc Rozman-Stane (1911 – 1944), a leading partisan and national hero of the national liberation struggle. The coin depicts on the left hand of its inner part his effigy with a star, his name, years of his birth and death, and "Slovenia 2011". The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 971.000 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Slovenian parliament (2011)
14.000

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 -- 971.000 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Ivan Grohar: The Sower (2012)
14.000

2013 - 800th Anniversary of the first visit to the Postojna jama (cave)

The central image of the coin is a stylised spiral, which at the left side of the coin begins with inscription ‘POSTOJNSKA JAMA • 1213–2013 • SLOVENIJA’ and ends with two stylised speleothems.. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2013 -- 975.000 15.000
15.000 - Basic. The Prince's Stone (2013)
10.000

2014 - 600th Anniversary since the Coronation of Barbara of Celje

The central image of the coin shows, with lined pattern, the portrait of the Queen Barbara of Celje with her sceptre. On the image are placed three typical six-pointed stars of Celje counts. On the left side of the portrait is the inscription 'SLOVENIJA' and on the right side the inscription 'BARBARA CELJSKA' and the years '1414-2014'. The coin's outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2014 -- 978.500 15.000
15.000 - Basic. Stork (2014)
6.500

2015 - 2000th anniversary of the Founding of Emona

The central image of the coin is the composition of letters that form the word 'EMONA' or 'AEMONA' and a stylized design of Emona. At the bottom, in circular sense, the inscription 'EMONA LJUBLJANA SLOVENIJA 2015'. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 980.000 13.500
13.500 - Basic (2015)
6.500

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 --- ---

2016 - The 25th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Slovenia

Over the left part of the inner circle is obliquely positioned a line. At its right, in the upper part of the coin is the inscription "25 LET" and below it the inscription "REPUBLIKA SLOVENIJA". Underneath these inscriptions is the original Prešeren's written record of the part of the Slovenian hymn Zdravljica "dočakat dan". At the bottom of the inner circle is the year "2016".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 980.000 12.500
10.500 - Basic (2016)
2.000 - Coin and stamp. The 25th anniversary of independence of the Republic of Slovenia (2016)
5.000

2017 - The 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia

The design shows 10 flying swallows which form a circle. At the lower half, in semi-circle, the inscription "10 LET SKUPNE EVROPSKE VALUTE". At the top left the inscription "SLOVENIJA 2017". Between the inscription is engraved a dot.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2017 -- 990.000 8.000
8.000 - Basic. 10th anniversary of the euro in Slovenia (2017)
3.500

2018 - Slovenia World Day of Bees

In the middle of the inner ring of the coin is the image of honeycomb in a form of a globe, which shows the eastern hemisphere. Around the honeycomb on the left upper side is the inscription ‘SVETOVNI DAN ČEBEL’, and on the lower right side the inscription ‘SLOVENIJA 2018’. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 990.000 8.000
8.000 - Basic (2018)
2.750