Denomination: 25 euro
Issue Date: March 10, 2010
Obverse: a tree from the roots of which comes a spiral , depicting the life cycle of four elements - earth, wind, fire and water
Reverse: against the backdrop of the globe, a turbine, a wind generator and a solar battery
Mint: Austrian Mint
Design: Mag. Helmut Andexlinger
|25 euro||Silver (900 sample )/niobium||16.50 g||34.00 mm||65 000||Special Uncirculated|
Austria's collection coin from niobium with a face value of 25 euro "Renewable Energy " was issued on March 10, 2010. Minted in the Austrian mint with a circulation of 65,000 units.
The obverse of the 25 Euro coin depicts a tree representing the entire vegetation of the planet, from the roots of which comes a spiral that depicts the life cycle of four elements - the earth, wind, fire and water. The external silver ring bears the name of the state "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" as well as the denomination "25 EURO" and the year of coinage "2010."
On the reverse of the coin against the background of the globe is a turbine, a wind generator and a solar battery. At the bottom is the inscription "ERNEUERBARE ENERGIE" ("RENEWABLE ENERGY").
List of collectible coins of Austria from niobium with a face value of 25 euro:
2007 - Coin "Austrian Aviation"
2008 - Coin "Fascinating Light"
2011 - Coin "Robotics"
2012 - Bionika coin
2014 - Evolution Coin
2015 - Coin "Cosmology"
2016 - Coin "Time"
2017 - Coin "Microcosmos"
2018 - Antropocene Coin
2019 - Artificial Intelligence Coin
2020 - Big Data Coin