Exonumia 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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Finland • Advertising tokens

Token - Sparbanksveckan (Carl Gustaf Mannerheim)
1965

Promotional items › Advertising token
Token - Säästöpankkiviikko (J.K. Paasikivi)
1966

Promotional items › Advertising token
Brass • 13.91 g • ⌀ 31.85 mm
Token - Sparbanksveckan (J.K. Paasikivi)
1966

Promotional items › Advertising token
Token - Säästöpankkiviikko (Urho Kekkonen)
1967

Promotional items › Advertising token
Token - Sparbanksveckan (Urho Kekkonen)
1967

Promotional items › Advertising token

Finland • Tourist souvenirs

Token - Kotka Merik Punki

Souvenir medals › Tourist souvenir
Copper • 11.22 g • ⌀ 23.4 mm
Token - Helsinki

Souvenir medals › Tourist souvenir
Brass plated steel • 28.9 g • ⌀ 40.0 mm

Finland • Replicas

Available for swap Replica of Sigismund III Vasa coin(Aboa Vetus)
1996

Souvenir medals › Replica
Silver • 2.5 g • ⌀ 21 mm

Finland • Rounds

Available for swap 1 oz Silver (Hyvää huomenta, Euroopa!)

Bullion › Round
Silver (.999) • 31.1 g • ⌀ 40 mm

Finland • Mint tokens

Token - Suomen Rahapaja (Helsinki)
1989

Coin patterns › Mint token
Brass • 6.6 g • ⌀ 22.3 mm
Token - XVIII Helsinki 1994
1994

Coin patterns › Mint token: XVIII Helsinki 1994
⌀ 22 mm
Token - Mint of Finland (L.G. Sundell)
1996

Coin patterns › Mint token
⌀ 23 mm