>I don't think anyone responded to this, so... Taking advantage of the
>two-sidedness of the form, the euro coins *will* have national variants.
>One side is common to all countries, the other side is determined by the
>issuing country. In the case of the Netherlands, a competition to choose
>the designer of the local variants was held, and won by Jaap Drupsteen.
Is this a last gasp for nationalism? Will there be any attempt to
segregate Euros? I assume that a Euro coin from Amsterdam will be
legal tender in Florence. Will Italian banks deport them back to
Are there going to be migration studies? Is this all a scam to sell
more coins out of circulation and into coin collections?
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