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Estonia is a country in the Baltic in Northern Europe bordering Latvia and Russia. Across the Baltic Sea Finland lies to the north and Sweden to the west. Estonia's population is 1.5 million. Read more

See also: Soviet Union (USSR), Livonia and Estonia, Duchy of Livonia, Swedish Livonia, Livonian Order, Bishopric of Dorpat, City of Reval, City of Narva, Bishopric of Ösel-Wiek, Danish Estonia

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Estonia - Old kroon (1928-1940)

100 Sent = 1 Kroon

1 Kroon – obverse
1 Kroon – reverse
1 Kroon
1934
Aluminium-bronze – 5.96 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 16
2 Krooni (Toompea Fortress) – obverse
2 Krooni (Toompea Fortress) – reverse
2 Krooni (Toompea Fortress)
1930
Commemorative: Toompea Fortress at Tallinn
Silver (.500) – 12 g – ø 30 mm
KM# 20, Schön# 19
2 Krooni (University of Tartu) – obverse
2 Krooni (University of Tartu) – reverse
2 Krooni (University of Tartu)
1932
Commemorative: Tercentenary - University of Tartu
Silver (.500) – 12 g – ø 30 mm
KM# 13, Schön# 20

Estonia - New kroon (1992-2011)

100 Sent = 1 Kroon

5 Senti – obverse
5 Senti – reverse
5 Senti
1991-1995
Aluminium-bronze – 1.29 g – ø 15.95 mm
KM# 21, Schön# 22
5 Senti (Trial Strike) – obverse
5 Senti (Trial Strike) – reverse
5 Senti (Trial Strike)
1991
Aluminium-bronze – 1.29 g – ø 15.9 mm
10 Senti – obverse
10 Senti – reverse
10 Senti
1991-2008
Aluminium-bronze – 1.87 g – ø 17.2 mm
KM# 22, Schön# 23
20 Senti – obverse
20 Senti – reverse
20 Senti
1992-1996
Aluminium-bronze – 2.27 g – ø 18.95 mm
KM# 23, Schön# 24
20 Senti – obverse
20 Senti – reverse
20 Senti
1997-2008
Nickel plated Steel – 2 g – ø 18.95 mm
KM# 23a, Schön# 24a
50 Senti – obverse
50 Senti – reverse
50 Senti
1992-2007
Aluminium-bronze – 2.99 g – ø 19.5 mm
KM# 24, Schön# 25
1 Kroon – obverse
1 Kroon – reverse
1 Kroon
1992-1995
Copper-nickel – 5.44 g – ø 23.35 mm
KM# 28, Schön# 26
1 Kroon – obverse
1 Kroon – reverse
1 Kroon
1998-2006
Nordic Gold – 5 g – ø 23.25 mm
KM# 35, Schön# 26b
1 Kroon (Song festival) – obverse
1 Kroon (Song festival) – reverse
1 Kroon (Song festival)
1999
Commemorative: XXIII. Estonian Song Festival
Nordic Gold – 5 g – ø 23.25 mm
KM# 36
1 Kroon (Independence) – obverse
1 Kroon (Independence) – reverse
1 Kroon (Independence)
2008
Commemorative: 90th Anniversary of the Republic of Estonia
Nordic Gold – 5 g – ø 23.25 mm
KM# 44, Schön# 45
5 Krooni (Independence) – obverse
5 Krooni (Independence) – reverse
5 Krooni (Independence)
1993
Commemorative: 75th Anniversary of Declaration of Independence
Nordic Gold – 7.1 g – ø 26.2 mm
KM# 29, Schön# 30.1, Schön# 30.2
5 Krooni (National Bank) – obverse
5 Krooni (National Bank) – reverse
5 Krooni (National Bank)
1994
Commemorative: 75th Anniversary of Estonian National Bank
Nordic Gold – 7.1 g – ø 26.1 mm
KM# 30, Schön# 31
10 Krooni (Olympics 1992) – obverse
10 Krooni (Olympics 1992) – reverse
10 Krooni (Olympics 1992)
1992
Commemorative: 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games
Silver (.925) – 28.28 g – ø 38 mm
KM# 25
10 Krooni (Barn Swallow) – obverse
10 Krooni (Barn Swallow) – reverse
10 Krooni (Barn Swallow)
1992
Commemorative: Barn Swallow
Silver (.925) – 28.28 g – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 26
10 Krooni (Independence) – obverse
10 Krooni (Independence) – reverse
10 Krooni (Independence)
1998
Commemorative: 80th anniversary of independence
Silver (.925) – 16.00 g – ø 31 mm
KM# 32
10 Krooni (University of Tartu) – obverse
10 Krooni (University of Tartu) – reverse
10 Krooni (University of Tartu)
2002
Commemorative: 200th anniversary of reopening the University of Tartu
Silver (.999) – 28.28 g – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 38
10 Krooni (National Flag) – obverse
10 Krooni (National Flag) – reverse
10 Krooni (National Flag)
2004
Commemorative: National Flag
Silver (.999) – 28.28 g – ø 38.61 mm
KM# 40

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Numista referee for this country is Florino28, Cyrillius.

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