Estonia joined the Euro zone in 2011 and is thus the latest of the existing members.
Normal Currency Coins.
Unfortunately only one motif was chosen for the eight coins - an outline map of Estonia. Although unexciting it is somehow quite appealing.
On closer examination one can see a few differences between the coins
i) In the cent coins the map of Estonia is sunk relative to the background whereas in the 1 Euro and 2 Euro coins the map is raised relative to the background.
ii) On the 2 Euro coin two small islands, Vaindloo and Nootamaa, are depicted. These, the most Northerly point and most Westerly point of Estonia are not depicted on the other coins.
1 cent - Map of Estonia.
2 cent - Map of Estonia.
5 cent - Map of Estonia.
10 cent - Map of Estonia.
20 cent - Map of Estonia.
50 cent - Map of Estonia.
1 Euro - Map of Estonia.
2 Euro - Map of Estonia.
Two Euro Coin Rim
Around the rim of the Two Euro Coin the country name "EESTI" appears twice, separated by a circle. The two "EESTI"s are inverted down with respect to one another.
Estonian Commemorative Two Euro Coins.
Estonia has of now (2017) issued two of its own commemorative coins.
2016 - 100th Birthday of Paul Keres (Chess Champion)
Date of issue : 07.01.2016
Issuing Volume : 500,000
2017 - 100th Anniversary of Estonian independance.
Date of issue : 26.06.2017
Issuing Volume : 1,500,000