Euro Starter Kits - Germany

Germany

In Germany, each starter kit contained 20 coins for the total of €10.23, equivalent to 20.01 DEM. They were released for the public on 17 December 2001. There are five different kinds of kits, one for each mint (A, D, F, G and J). The following are the mintage quantities per mint:

  • A : 12,100,000 Kits
  • D : 11,600,000 Kits
  • F : 12,100,000 Kits
  • G : 8,100,000 Kits
  • J : 9,600,000 Kits


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