Ten Diners, Coin Type from Andorra - detailed information

Ten Diners, Coin Type from Andorra (issued 1984 - )
Coin TypeTen Diners

Andorra is a small European country which does not issue its own circulation currency. It is not a member of the European Union, but enjoys a special relationship with it. Andorra lacked a currency of its own and used both the French Franc and the Spanish Peseta in banking transactions until 31 December 1999, when both currencies were replaced by the European Union's single currency, the Euro. Andorra issues Euro coins in small quantities for coin collectors, but also has a special currency, the Andorran Diner - called Diner andorrĂ  in Catalan - which, unlike the Euro, is not legal tender. Coins of various denominations of this currency have been issued since 1977; the Ten Diners (abbreviated as 10 D.) format was introduced in 1984.

The coins commemorate various topics, usually European.

Obverse
Andorra / Ten Diners - obverse photo

Various designs as individually described below.

Obverse Inscription 10 D. [year]
Reverse
Andorra / Ten Diners - reverse photo

Various designs as individually described below.

Reverse Inscription
EdgeEdge Inscription
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Ten Diners: Details
CountryAndorra
CurrencyDiner
From1984
Face Value10 (x Diner)
CurrentNo
Material
Designer
TechnologyMilled (machine-made)
ShapeRound
OrientationMedal Alignment (Axis 0)
Size
Mass
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