The second Estonian kroon currency was introduced in 1992, after Estonia gained independence from the USSR. The kroon was subdivided into 100 cents (senti; singular sent). The ten senti coin was the second smallest denomination issued into circulation after the five senti (coins with lower values were never made); the first coins which were issued were back-dated 1991.
The coins are made of Aluminium-bronze, with composition of 93% copper, 5% aluminium and 2% nickel.
These coins circulated until 15 January 2011 when they were demonetised and replaced with the Euro, when Estonia joined the Euro currency.
|Ten Senti 1991||31,280,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1991|
|Ten Senti 1992||31,280,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1992|
|Ten Senti 1994||10,020,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1994|
|Ten Senti 1996||10,110,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1996|
|Ten Senti 1997||15,000,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1997|
|Ten Senti 1998||30,980,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||1998|
|Ten Senti 2002||30,000,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||2002|
|Ten Senti 2006||31,000,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||2006|
|Ten Senti 2008||15,000,000||Coat of Arms of Estonia||2008|
|Currency||Kroon (Second Kroon, 1992 - 2011)|
|Face Value||10 (x Sent)|
|Current||No (demonetised 2011)|
|Designer||Ants Raud, Arseni Mölder|
|Orientation||Medal Alignment (Axis 0)|
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