Coin Collection

The National Tokens project has gradually expanded into the largest international souvenir coin collection on this planet. Our collection already covers more than 1000 coins in more than 40 countries.

And the saga continues… We continue conquering new countries and launch new souvenir coins on a regular basis!
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ATHENS – Hard Rock Cafe – Parthenon
Nestled in at 52 Adrianou Street in Monastiraki, just a stone’s throw away from the historic city center with picturesque views of the Acropolis, the new Hard Rock Cafe Athens is a must-see destination serving up a tasty menu of classic Americ [...]


AUE – Tiergarten Aue – Zoo des Minis
On the outskirts of Aue, directly on the historic Silver Route, you can relax in a small green oasis from everyday stress. Nature-oriented enclosure, with lovingly designed details, well-kept animals and a worldwide unique concept, quickly con [...]

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AUSTRIA – Austrian Landscape – Swarovski Edition
Austria is landlocked in the centre of Europe. Contrary to popular perceptions, Austria is not all about mountains. The diverse mix of landscapes is packed into a relatively small area of size. Glaciers, meadows, alpine valleys, wooded foothil [...]


AUVERGNE – Notre Dame d’Orcival
Notre Dame d'Orcival is one of the five most famous Roman churches in Auvergne. It was built in the early 12th century. Its building is uniform and had almost not change over the years since it was already quite big and so no extensions were n [...]

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AVALDSNES – St. Olav’s church
St. Olav's church is a medieval church in Avaldsnes on the island Karmøy, in Rogaland on the west coast of Norway. The pointed arches, but thick walls and no pillars, suggest an early Gothic design. The walls are composed of ordinary gray ston [...]


AVEYRON – Sauveterre de Rourgue
Aveyron is a department located in the north-east of the Midi-Pyrenees region of southern France named after the Aveyron River.


AZAY-LE-RIDEAU – Château d’Azay-le-Rideau
The château of Azay-le-Rideau was built from 1518 to 1527, is one of the earliest French Renaissance chateaux. Built on an island in the Indre River, its foundations rise straight out of the river. Gilles Berthelot, state treasurer of François [...]

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BABITES – Babites Novads
Thousands of years ago sea rustled over Babite district. Around the 4-3rd millennium BC the sea retreated and settlements of fishermen and hunters began to form.Babite district has been affected by almost all the wars that have taken place in [...]

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BAD DÜRKHEIM – Riesenfass
Bad Dürkheim is in the record books for the 'Dürkheimer Fass' - the largest wine barrel in the world which could hold up to 1.700.000 litres. It was built in 1934 by Fritz Keller, a winemaker and cooper. Two hundred 40 metres tall pines - abou [...]

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BAD ESSEN – Blütenbert
Blütenbert is the mascot of the national garden show in Bad Essen 2010.Stefanie Ludwig came up with the idea for the costume of this garden gnome. While Sigrid Schütte gave the gnome a name.On the 12th of March 2009 the council of Bad Essen de [...]


The Kyffhäuser is a mountain located at the border of Thuringia. The mountain has significance in German traditional myth as the resting place of Holy Roman Emperor Friedrich Barbarossa, a charismatic leader who died in 1190 while on a crusade [...]


BAD HOMBURG – Antoninus Pius
Titus Aurelius Fulvus Boionius Arrius Antoninus, generally known in English as Antoninus Pius was Roman emperor from 138 to 161. He was the fourth of the Five Good Emperors and a member of the Aurelii. Almost certainly, he earned the name 'Piu [...]


BAD HOMBURG – Römerkastell Saalburg
The Saalburg is a beautifully reconstructed Roman fort located on the Taunus ridge northwest of Bad Homburg. It is a Cohort Fort belonging to the Limes Germanicus (Latin for Germanic frontier), a remarkable line of frontier forts that divided [...]


BAD PYRMONT – Palmengarten
Bad Pyrmont is a resort with more than 500-year history. There are about 50 towns in Germany with the 'Bad' prefix. In Bad Pyrmont you can find about 20 mineral springs, this is the best resort in Lower Saxony. During the last century a lot of [...]


BAD PYRMONT – Der Hyllige Born
Bad Pyrmont is a traditional Staatsbad also famed as a Fürstenbad or royal spa with many wells. This evolved from a therapeutic spa to a wellness oasis in the heart of Weserbergland. All the relaxation and wellness facilities blend perfectly i [...]


BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG – Festungsruine Hohentwiel
Spread across nine hectares, the largest fortress ruins in Germany offer one of the country's most impressive vistas: from Hohentwiel, you can see across Lake Constance, over the gentle rolling hills of the Thurgau region to the majestic peaks [...]

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BALDONE – Baldones
Baldone is most widely known for its remedial resources – medical mud and mineral springs, which have promoted the development of medical resorts in Baldone district. Historically Baldone has been the largest sulfur springs and climatic resort [...]

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BALEN – Pakawi Park – Chimp
The zoo was opened in 1976 by Louis Roothooft, a former captain. He used to live near Antwerp where he had a private collection of foreign animals. He bought some land in Olmen and moved his animals to the new location. The Olmen Zoo was found [...]

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BALEN – Pakawi Park – Tigers
The zoo is now specialized in felidae: African lions, white tigers, black leopards, Eurasian lynx, Servals, and cougars. Tigers in Pakawi park belongs to Bangal Tiger species. The Bengal tiger is a population of the Panthera tigris tigris subs [...]


BARCELONA – Antoni Gaudi – Casa Milà – La Pedrera
Casa Mila’s (La Pedrera) status as a monument and a work of art has been recognised by the award of the highest international heritage protection accolades ever since it was built but particularly in recent decades. It was this self-same recog [...]

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BARCELONA – Antoni Gaudi – Casa Milà – La Pedrera
Casa Milà, popularly known as 'La Pedrera' (the stone quarry), an ironic allusion to the resemblance of its façade to an open quarry, was constructed between 1906 and 1912 by Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926). For its uniqueness, artistic and heritage [...]