The Austrian euro coins were designed on the themes of flowers, architecture and famous people in history.
There are two different series of Belgian euro coins in circulation.
The design of the national side of the Croatian euro coins was selected following a public design competition and voting.
An open competition was launched in 2005 by the Central Bank of Cyprus to select the designs of the Cypriot euro coins.
The design of the national side of the Estonian euro coins was selected following a public design competition. A jury of experts pre-selected the 10 best designs.
Finland chose three designs based upon motifs similar to those used before on national coins.
France issued a first series in 2002 and modified the designs of the 1 and 2 euro coins as of 2022.
German officials and experts in numismatics chose three different designs for their euro coins.
The Ministry of National Economy and the Bank of Greece chose the winning designs, made by sculptor Georges Stamatopoulos.
The design was the work of Jarlath Hayes and was chosen by the Irish Government.
Italian euro coins bear different designs for each denomination, which were selected from masterpieces of Italy's cultural heritage.
The Latvian euro coins have been in circulation as of 1 January 2014.
Lithuania’s euro coins show the coat of arms of the Republic of Lithuania, Vytis, the country of issuance "LIETUVA" and the year of issuance "2015".
The Luxembourg national faces were designed by Yvette Gastauer-Claire by agreement with the Royal Household and the national government.
The national designs of the Maltese euro coins were selected by the Central Bank of Malta and the Maltese Government after two rounds of public consultations in 2006, when people were invited to vote via SMS from their mobile phones. The designs are the work of Maltese engraver Noel Galea Bason.
There are two different series of Dutch euro coins in circulation.
All Portuguese euro coins are inspired by the origins of the history of Portugal, and were designed by Vítor Manuel Fernandes dos Santos.
In July 2004, only two months after the country became a member of the European Union, the National Bank of Slovakia launched an open competition for...
The designs of the Slovenian euro coins were unanimously chosen in 2005 by the Bank of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Finance from the proposals submitted by five reputed Slovenian designers. They are the work of Miljenko Licul, Maja Licul and Janez Boljka.
There are two different series of Spanish euro coins in circulation.
Monaco has issued two different series of euro coins, one in 2002 and one in 2006.
There are two different series of euro coins from San Marino in circulation.
There are five different series of euro coins from the Vatican City in circulation.