Spain 1 cent

From 1999 until 2009

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 720.950.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 83.350.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 130.850.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 140.977.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 670.331.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 206.657.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 444.147.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 383.850.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 383.958.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 374.556.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 131.427.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 227.330.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 339.340.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 400.572.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 297.444.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 64.900.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 476.800.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 423.100.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 503.200.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 305.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 2 cents

From 1999 until 2009

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 291.650.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 711.250.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 463.050.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 3.977.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 31.431.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 206.657.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 275.047.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 262.150.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 185.258.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 191.256.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 164.027.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 153.130.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 96.540.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 99.572.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 200.544.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 19.400.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 162.800.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 230.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 310.000.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 220.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 5 cents

From 1999 until 2009

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 483.450.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 399.850.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 216.050.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 8.177.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 327.431.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 258.657.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 411.347.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 142.750.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 247.058.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 239.056.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 219.727.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 203.130.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 97.140.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 49.772.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 9.744.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 119.900.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is pictured on these coins. They show the monumental facade of the Obradoiro, a splendid example of Spanish baroque construction, started in 1667 by Jose del Toro and Domingo de Andrade. It was finished in the 18th century by Fernando Casas y Novoa.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 55.300.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 310.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
3.000
2017 -- 250.000.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 210.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 10 cents

From 1999 until 2009

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 588.050.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 243.850.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 160.050.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 112.977.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 292.331.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 121.857.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 321.247.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 91.750.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 132.058.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 142.256.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 151.327.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work". The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 104.930.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 4.440.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 3.672.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 3.244.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 79.900.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting “the universality of the man and his work”.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 4.000.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 77.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 135.000.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 67.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 20 cents

From 1999 until 2009

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 762.250.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 29.250.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 146.550.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 91.377.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 3.931.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 3.857.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 3.947.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 101.950.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 46.458.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 102.256.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 75.327.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work". The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 3.830.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 3.940.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 26.272.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 3.944.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 29.600.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting “the universality of the man and his work”.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 4.100.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 79.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 112.500.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 113.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 50 cents

From 1999 until 2009

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work".

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 370.950.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 519.550.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 351.050.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 9.677.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 5.831.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 3.857.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 3.847.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 3.950.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 3.958.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 3.956.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 3.927.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting "the universality of the man and his work". The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 3.930.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 4.040.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 4.072.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 3.944.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 3.800.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

Miguel de Cervantes, the father of Spanish literature, is shown on these coins, reflecting “the universality of the man and his work”.
The new national sides will continue to be the same as last issues..

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 41.000.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 73.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 19.000.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 17.000.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 1 euro

From 1999 until 2009

Portrait of King Juan Carlos I de Borbón y Borbón.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 100.150.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 89.250.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 259.050.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 335.477.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 297.231.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 98.657.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 77.747.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 101.550.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 150.558.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 154.356.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 60.527.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

Portrait of King Juan Carlos I de Borbón y Borbón. The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 40.030.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 100.540.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 3.372.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 3.944.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 15.300.000 54.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

Portrait of Her Majesty King Felipe VI, in profile, facing left.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 4.300.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 111.000.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 122.000.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 102.500.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 2 euros

From 1999 until 2009

Portrait of King Juan Carlos I de Borbón y Borbón. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: 2**, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
1999 -- 60.450.970 49.030
49.030 - Basic (1999)
---
2000 -- 36.550.400 49.600
49.600 - Basic (2000)
---
2001 -- 140.150.574 49.426
49.426 - Basic (2001)
---
2002 -- 163.877.699 99.301
99.301 - Basic (2002)
23.000
2003 -- 44.331.790 159.306
149.306 - Basic (2003)
10.000 - Baby (2003)
8.904
2004 -- 4.057.000 43.000
43.000 - Basic (2004)
---
2005 -- 3.947.077 49.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
3.000
2006 -- 3.950.004 49.996
24.998 - Basic. 5th Centenary of Columbus (2006)
24.998 - Commemorative. 20th Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Community (2006)
---
2007 -- 3.958.434 39.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
1.800
2008 -- 19.456.940 41.060
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Andalusia (2008)
19.780 - Autonomous Communities. Aragon (2008)
1.500 - World Money Fair (2008)
2.000
2009 -- 17.427.500 70.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
2.500
From 2010 until 2014

Portrait of King Juan Carlos I de Borbón y Borbón.. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: 2**, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted. The new national sides will continue to be the same, but the year mark will now feature in the inner part of the coin, together with the mint mark and the name of the issuing country. The twelve stars in the outer ring will now be depicted as on the European flag, with no raised section around them.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 3.930.000 67.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
3.000
2011 -- 4.040.200 58.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
1.800
2012 -- 4.072.000 25.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300
2013 -- 3.944.200 54.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
1.300
2014 -- 3.600.000 76.500
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
20.000 - 2 euros. King Felipe VI's Succession to the Throne (2014)
1.463
From 2015 until now

Portrait of Her Majesty King Felipe VI, in profile, facing left. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: 2**, repeated six times, alternately upright and inverted.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 3.900.000 61.725
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
1.700
2016 -- 4.700.000 71.648
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
1.040
2017 -- 500.000 10.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
1.020
2018 -- 300.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
2.000
2019 -- ??? ??? ???

Spain 2 euros commemorative

2005 - 400th anniversary of the first edition of Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote de La Mancha

An image of Don Quixote, the lean character imagined by Miguel de Cervantes, appears holding a lance against a backdrop of windmills. The coin commemorates the 400th anniversary of the first edition of Cervantes’ masterpiece.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2005 -- 7.892.077 104.923
49.923 - Basic (2005)
30.000 - 2 euros. 4th centenary of the publication of Cervantes' "Quixote" (2005)
25.000 - Coin and stamp. 4th centenary of the publication of Cervantes' "Quixote" (2005)
3.000

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 -- 7.938.434 59.766
39.766 - Basic (2007)
20.000 - 2 euros. 50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome (2007)
1.800

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 -- 7.900.500 96.000
30.000 - Basic (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Canary Islands (2009)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Cantabria (2009)
20.000 - 2 euros. 10th Anniversary European Monetary Union (2009)
6.000 - Coin and stamp. 10th Anniversary European Monetary Union (2009)
3.500

2010 - Cordoba's historic centre – UNESCO World Heritage series

The coin commemorates the first Spanish site – the historical centre of Cordoba – to be included in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1984. It portrays the ‘forest of pillars' of the Great Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, one of the greatest and oldest examples of Islamic art in Europe. Built between the 8th and 10th centuries, the Mosque was later consecrated as a Christian cathedral and underwent successive transformations. The coin is the first in a new series dedicated to the Spanish sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage list, which will be issued every year starting in 2010.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2010 -- 3.915.000 72.000
25.000 - Basic (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla y Leon (2010)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Castilla-La Mancha (2010)
2.000 - World Money Fair (2010)
5.000 - Coin and stamp. World Heritage Sites. Cordoba (2010)
13.000

2011 - Court of the Lions, Granada – UNESCO World Heritage series

The inner part of the coin depicts the Court of the Lions in the Alhambra, the fortified castle in the city of Granada, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2011 -- 3.925.200 63.000
15.000 - Basic (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Catalunya (2011)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Ceuta (2011)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2011)
5.000 - Coin and stamp. World Heritage Sites. Granada (2011)
11.800

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 -- 3.962.000 35.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
10.000 - 2 euros. 10th anniversary of the Euro (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
2.300

2012 - UNESCO's World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites - The Burgos Cathedral

The inner part of the coin depicts the Cathedral of Our Lady of Burgos, which is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and is famous for its vast size and unique architecture. Construction of the cathedral began in 1221 and it was already in use as a place of worship nine years later, although work continued off and on until 1567. It was primarily built in the French Gothic style, but Renaissance features were added in the 15th and 16th centuries. The name of the country of issue, 'ESPAÑA', and the year '2012' appear to the left and right above the image. The mintmark (M with a crown) appears to the right. The outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European Union.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2012 -- 3.957.000 30.700
12.700 - Basic (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2012)
5.000 - Autonomous Communities. Melilla (2012)
3.000 - World Money Fair (2012)
5.000 - Coin and stamp. World Heritage Sites. Burgos (2012)
12.300

2013 - San Lorenzo del Escorial. UNESCO World Heritage series

The coin 2013 issue will portray a view of San Lorenzo del Escorial Monastery. In the coin obverse, in the center, there is a San Lorenzo del Escorial view; in the upper side of the image, in circular sense and with capital letters the word ESPAÑA and at the right two lines with the mint year 2013 and the text CECA. The coin's outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2013 -- 8.000.000 59.500
11.500 - Basic (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Madrid (2013)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Valencia (2013)
2.500 - World Money Fair (2013)
500 - Tokyo coin convention (2013)
5.000 - Coin and stamp. San Lorenzo del Escorial monastery (2013)
11.300

2014 - UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites – Park Guell

In the foreground, the coin depicts a lizard sculpture which is the Park Güell emblem and which was designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí. In the background, there is the image of one of the pavilions situated at the Park Güell entrance. At the top, in circular sense and in capital letters are the words ‘ESPAÑA’ and ‘PARK GÜELL — GAUDÍ’. On the left is the year of issuance "2014", and on the right, the mintmark.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2014 -- 4.000.000 57.000
12.000 - Basic. Park Güell and Gaudí (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Extremadura (2014)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Galicia (2014)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2014)
3.000 - Coin and stamp. Park Güell, Work of Antoni Gaudí (2014)
23.463

2014 - King Felipe VI's Succession to the Throne

The design depicts the overlapping portraits of Kings Felipe VI and Juan Carlos I. At the bottom, the name of the issuing country and the year of issuance, "ESPANA - 2014". On the right, is the mint mark. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2014 -- 11.970.000 22.500
2.500 - Tokyo coin convention (2015)
20.000 - 2 euros. King Felipe VI's Succession to the Throne (2014)
10.000

2015 - Unesco's World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites – Cave of Altamira

In the foreground, the design depicts the bison painting from the Cave of Altamira located in Cantabria. In the upper side of the image, in circular sense and with capital letters, the word 'ESPANA', at the bottom the year of issuance '2015' and at the right the mint mark. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2015 -- 4.000.000 62.225
19.225 - Basic. Felipe VI (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Rioja (2015)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Balearic Islands (2015)
3.000 - Coin and stamp. Cave of Altamira (2015)
11.700

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 -- 4.000.000 --- 10.000

2016 - Unesco's World Cultural and and Natural Heritage Sites - Segovia

In the foreground, the design depicts the aqueduct of Segovia. Around the top of the inner circle is the name of the issuing country "ESPAÑA" and underneath it the year of issuance "2016". At the top right is the mint mark.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2016 -- 3.300.000 75.148
9.648 - Basic. 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Murcia (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Asturias (2016)
20.000 - Autonomous Communities. Pais Vasco (2016)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2016)
3.500 - Coin and stamp. Unesco's World Cultural and and Natural Heritage Sites - Segovia (2016)
11.040

2017 - Unesco's World Cultural and and Natural Heritage Sites - Churches of the Kingdom of Asturias

The design depicts in the foreground Santa Maria del Naranco Church. At the top of the inner circle and in circular sense is the name of the issuing country "ESPAÑA" and underneath, to the right, the year of issuance "2017". At the left side of the inner circle is the mint mark. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2017 -- 475.500 13.300
8.300 - Basic. 25th Anniversary of Treaty on European Union (2017)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2017)
3.000 - Coin and stamp. Unesco's World Cultural and and Natural Heritage Sites - Churches of the Kingdom of Asturias (2017)
11.020

2018 - 50 years since the birth of Felipe VI of Spain

The design reproduces King's Felipe VI coat of arms. On the left hand side, in semi-circle, is the word "ESPAÑA" and below the year of issuance 2018. At the bottom right, in semi-circle, is the inscription "50 ANIVERSARIO DE S.M. FELIPE VI". The mint mark is represented at the top right. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 370.000 22.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
7.500

2018 - UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites - Santiago

The City of Santiago de Compostela was declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1985, considering its urban beauty and monumental integrity added to the deep echoes of its spiritual and cultural significance of the Middle Ages: the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage. The Camino de Santiago (The Way of St. James) is a large network of ancient pilgrim routes stretching across Europe and coming together at the tomb of St. James in Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. The design reproduces the sculpture of Santiago as a central figure in the canvas of the Puerta Santa of Santiago de Compostela Cathedral. On the left hand side, in semi-circle, is the word "ESPAÑA", at the bottom left the year of issuance "2018" and underneath the mint mark. The coin’s outer ring depicts the 12 stars of the European flag.

Year Mint Mintage BU Proof
2018 -- 265.000 25.000
20.000 - Basic. 50th birthday of King Felipe VI (2018)
2.000 - World Money Fair. Berlin (2018)
3.000 - Coin and stamp. UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites - Santiago de Compostela (2018)
7.500

2019 - UNESCO's World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites - Old town of Ávila

The city of Avila has preserved the austerity and purity of the mediaeval style, surrounded by the most complete walls of Spain. The design reproduces at the centre a detail of the Avila wall. At the top side circular ascending the word ‘ESPAÑA’, the year of issuance ‘2019’ and the mint mark. The coin’s outer ring bears the 12 stars of the European Union.

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