After having issued the first versions of Croatian euro coins, which are sold in post offices and Fina in Croatia, the Croatian National Bank is again presenting a new package of a slightly different nature.
As Index writes, The Croatian National Bank (CNB) has announced that it issued a numismatic set of circulating coins of the Republic of Croatia, kuna and lipa, with the year of minting “2022”.
Like the previous sets, this set includes denominations of circulating coins of 5, 2, and 1 kuna, and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2, and 1 lipa, which were put into circulation in the current year.
Unlike previous numismatic sets, in this one, the coins are made using the mint forging technique, and it is issued in an amount of no more than 50,000 sets. The author is the academic sculptor Kuzma Kovačić, and the set was made by the Croatian Mint.
The CNB is informing all citizens who are interested in purchasing the set that two thousand sets will be available at the sales point of the Croatian National Bank, at the address Franje Račkoga 5 in Zagreb, while other quantities can be purchased or pre-ordered via the online store of the Croatian Mint.
It is possible to order or buy a maximum of one set in one transaction.
Orders and purchases based on a previously submitted invoice via the e-mail address [email protected] will not be accepted.
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