Belgium - Issue of two commemorative coins of 10 and 50 euro. These, respectively, in silver and gold, both commemorate the Flemish writer Hugo Claus. Note that the 10 euro coin is issued as part of the pan-European series dedicated to European writers and poets. The 10 euro has a mintage of 10,000, and the 50 euro, a mintage of 1,000.
Falkland Islands - Issuance of a commemorative crown. It is dedicated to the British referendum on sovereignty that took place on 10 and 11 March 2013. Note that 99.8% of voters renewed the status of a British dependency in the archipelago. The mintage has not been made public.
Finland - Issue of a commemorative 20 euro. It commemorates the "multicultural society". Its mintage is 15,000 copies.
Latvia - Issue of a commemorative 1 lats. It features a kokle instrument of traditional Latvian music. Note that this is the penultimate coin of the "series" of 1 lats, since Latvia is joining the euro on 1 January 2014. The mintage is 1,000,000.
Poland - Announcement of the issuing of a commemorative 2 złote. It will be dedicated to soccer team Warta Poznań. Its mintage will be 800,000. It will be issued on July 14. Note that this will be the second part of a series dedicated to Polish soccer teams, which began in 2011 with a coin commemorating the team Polonia Warsaw.
Spain - Announcement of the issue of a commemorative 10 euro coin. This 925‰ silver coin will commemorate the 125th anniversary of the first electric propulsion submarine in the world: the Peral. It will be issued in September 2013 and its mintage is 10,000.
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