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Offline Angus

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« on: February 12, 2020, 10:27:02 AM »
I've worked out some mintage totals for you:

Total number of coins minted so far 142.6bn
Total value of all coins €34.0tn
Denomination of which the most have been minted: 1c (37.9bn)
Denomination of which the fewest have been minted: €2 (7.3bn)
Country of which the most have been minted: Germany (42.5bn)
Country of which the fewest have been minted: Monaco (21.5m)
Year of which the most have been minted: 2002 (37.8bn)
Year of which the fewest have been minted: 2019 (3.2bn)
(Country, denomination) of which the most have been minted: Germany, 1c (12.1bn)
(Country, denomination) of which the fewest have been minted: Monaco, 5c (466k)
(Country, year) of which the most have been minted: Germany, 2002 (18.7bn)
(Country, year) of which the fewest have been minted: Monaco, 2010 (25k)
(Country, denomination, year) of which the most have been minted: Italy, 20c, 2002 (1.4bn)
(Country, denomination, year) of which the fewest have been minted (more than zero): Latvia, all except €1, 2016 (5k)

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« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2020, 12:04:25 PM »
Very interesting. Wonder what's the source of this data? ECB?

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Re: For statistics fans
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2020, 01:28:04 PM »

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« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2020, 10:03:06 AM »
I have now updated my market value and rarity tables.  Two coins would now cost over €1000 to buy, both from Monaco, and the rarest coins that aren't variants are Latvia 2016 and Lithuania 2018.   There are some anomalies, e.g. why does it cost €329.13 to buy a 2007 €2 from Portugal, when it is only €24.53 to buy the 2014 coin, and fewer of the latter were minted?

Euro coins by decreasing market value

Euro coins by decreasing rarity