Ecus & Euro Patterns

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England 25 Ecu

In 1992 everyone thought that the new European currency would be called the Ecu. Of course, they were wrong, it ended up being called Euro. Some privately issued patterns were struck, they are crownsized and contain the nominal value of 25 Ecus. You have St. George slaying the dragon on one side and Neptune and Europa on either side of a globe of the world with England below. The examples we have are those struck in brass, which is the scarcest metal they were struck in. These are full crownsized and Prooflike condition, you can add one to your collection for just a very reasonable price and remember that this metal is the scarcest of the lot.
£8.95

France, Gold Écu 1589-1592

Charles X, Cardinal de Bourbon, Écu D'Or, Paris Mint, Very Fine
£595.00

Greece, 5 Ecu Pattern 1994

Prooflike condition, struck in cupronickel and each comes sealed in a snap lock bag
£5.95

Ireland, 1996 Pattern 25 Euros in gilding metal. BU

Crown-sized (38mm) struck in 1997 as patterns to show possible designs for the upcoming move to the Euro.
£4.95

Ireland, 1997 Pattern 25 Euros in gilding metal. BU

Crown-sized (38mm) struck in 1997 as patterns to show possible designs for the upcoming move to the Euro.
£5.95

Monaco, Rare Pattern Ecu 1994. Cupronickel BU

Privately issued pattern Ecu coin for Monaco issued in 1994 and struck in Cupronickel
£8.95