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Latvian collectible coins 2015

 

Silver coin "500 years of Livonian Ferding" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: obverse of the 1515 Ferding with the family emblems of the Riga Archbishop Jasper Linde and the Master of the Livonian Order Walter von Plettenberg

Reverse: reverse ferding of 1515 with the image of the Virgin Mary with a baby in his right hand and a scepter in his left

Material: Silver (925 type)

Mint : Royal Mint of the Netherlands

Circulation: 7,000 (proof)

 

 

Silver coin "Fabulous coin I. Five cats" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: five cats sleeping on the bed

Reverse: cats with bowls and spoons

Material: Silver (925 type)

Mint: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 10,000 (proof)

 

 

Silver coin "Melancholic Waltz" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: shining falling star and name of Latvian composer Emils Darzins

Reverse: inscription "VALSE MELANCOLIQUE"

Material: Silver (925 type)

Coinage: Royal Mint of the Netherlands

Circulation: 5,000 (proof)

 

 

Silver coin "Rainis and Aspasia" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: fragments of poems by the poets Rainis and Aspasia

Reverse: figures of the poet and poetess

Material: Silver (925 type)

Coinage: Mint of Lithuania

Circulation: 7,000 (proof)

 

 

Silver coin "500 years of Riga Castle" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: stone stucco on the gates of the Riga Castle Monastery, depicting Madonna with a baby and Master of the Livonian Order Voltaire von Plettenberg

Reverse: Riga Castle

Material: Silver (925 type)

Coinage: Faude & Huguenin SA (Switzerland)

Circulation: 7,000 (proof)

 

 

Silver coin "150 years of fire service of Latvia" - 5 euro of Latvia, 2015

  Denomination: 5 euro

Release Date: 2015

Obverse: the emblem of the fire service, as well as figures of firefighters and oak branches

Reverse: a team of firefighters in a horse-drawn carriage

Material: Silver (925 type)

Mint: Royal Mint of the Netherlands

Circulation: 10,000 (proof)