Denomination: 25 euro
Issue Date: March 16, 2011
Obverse: a robotic version of the Vitruvian man Leonardo da Vinci, as well as mechanical gears and digital binary code
Reverse: European Space Agency robot exploring the surface of Mars
Mint: Austrian Mint
Design: Thomas Pesendorfer, 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 "Robotics " was issued on March 16, 2011. Minted in the Austrian mint with a circulation of 65,000 units.
The obverse of the 25 Euro coin depicts a robotic version of the Vitruvian man Leonardo da Vinci, as well as mechanical gears and digital binary code. The denomination "25 EURO" is indicated in the central circle on the left, and the country name "REPUBLIK ÖSTERREICH" and the year of issue of the 2011 coin are inscribed at the top. The inscription "ROBOTIK" is placed at the bottom.
The reverse of the coin depicts a robot of the European Space Agency exploring the surface of Mars. Below on the silver ring is the inscription "MARS - ROBOT."
List of collectible coins of Austria from niobium with a face value of 25 euro:
2007 - Coin "Austrian Aviation"
2008 - Coin "Fascinating Light"
2010 - Coin "Renewable Energy"
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