Coins from Finland

Finland is a country in Northern Europe bordering Sweden, Norway and Russia. It has a population of 5.5 million. Country scores consistently well on international ratings for stability, freedom, public safety and social progress. Its parliament was the first to adopt full gender equality, granting men and women the right not only to vote but also to stand for election in 1906. Until 1917 Finland was part of the Russian Empire, but Russian Revolution resulted also in Finland declaring its independence. From 1995 Finland is a member of European Union and currently uses euro as currency.
Wikidata: Q33

See also: Russian Empire

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Euro (2002-date)

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20 Euro (Literacy)
2014

Non-circulating coin: Literacy
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 216, N# 319220
20 Euro (Tove Jansson)
2014

Non-circulating coin: Tove Jansson
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 218, Schön# 206, N# 56266
20 Euro (Tapio Wirkkala)
2015

Non-circulating coin: Tapio Wirkkala
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 228, N# 319221
20 Euro (Akseli Gallen-Kallela)
2015

Non-circulating coin: 150th Anniversary of the Birth of artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 229, N# 304706
20 Euro (Karl Fazer)
2016

Non-circulating coin: Karl Fazer and Finnishness – 150th Anniversary of Karl Fazer's birthday
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 231, N# 235159
20 Euro (Uno Cygnaeus and folk schooling)
2016

Non-circulating coin: Uno Cygnaeus and folk schooling
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 232, N# 319222
20 Euro (100 years of Independence)
2017

Non-circulating coin: Centennial of Finland's independence
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 262, N# 193181
20 Euro (Mothers Commemorative)
2017

Non-circulating coin: Mothers Commemorative
Silver (.925) • 25.5 g • ⌀ 38.6 mm
KM# 263, N# 320231