Joan Enric Vives i Sicília (2003-date)
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Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States.
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Venice and Murano
Series: Murano Art of Glass
Church of Santa Maria e San Donato in Murano, Coat of Arms of Andorra within circle behind. Murano glass on coin.
SANTA MARIA SANT DONAT
VIRTVS VINTA FORTIOR
Principality of Andorra
United virtue is stronger
Rialto Bridge in Venice. Murano glass on coin.
Lettering: MURANO ART EN CRISTALL
Translation: Murano Art of Glass
Venetian glass (Italian: vetro veneziano) is glassware made in Venice, typically on the island of Murano near the city. Traditionally it is made with a soda-lime "metal" and is typically elaborately decorated, with various "hot" glass-forming techniques, as well as gilding, enamel, or engraving. Production has been concentrated on the Venetian island of Murano since the 13th century. Today Murano is known for its art glass, but it has a long history of innovations in glassmaking in addition to its artistic fame—and was Europe's major center for luxury glass from the High Middle Ages to the Italian Renaissance.
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