Today, Eesti Pank issued a silver €12 collector coin dedicated to the XXX Summer Olympic Games in London. One coin costs 40 euros and the coins are sold at the Museum of Eesti Pank, at the e-store of Eesti Post and at SEB bank offices across Estonia.
The reverse of the silver coin features a visual image depicting movement, the nominal value 12 € and the logo of the Estonian Olympic Committee. The obverse presents the grand national coat of arms of Estonia and the year 2012.
The total mintage is 7,500 coins, which are launched for sale in several stages. The coins were produced by Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt of the Netherlands.
The SEB sells the coins at the Tornimäe, Lasnamäe Centrum, and Nõmme offices in Tallinn, as well as in Haapsalu, Pärnu, Kärdla, Tartu, Põlva, Otepää, Paide, Narva, Sillamäe, Kuressaare and Viljandi. For more details, please contact SEB by calling 665 5100.
The Museum of Eesti Pank (Estonia pst 11, Tallinn) is open from Tuesday to Friday 12.00-17.00, and on Saturdays 11.00-16.00. The coins are also sold at the e-store of Eesti Post.
It is possible to book the collector coins by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 668 0650. The booked coins are available at the Eesti Pank Museum Shop from 7 August 2012 to 31 October 2012.