Several euro mints exist in the eurozone. Not every eurozone member state has its own mint to produce euro coins.
The Austrian Mint in Vienna produces Austrian euro coins.
The Royal Mint of Belgium produced Belgian euro coins until 2017. However, since 2018, Belgian euro coins have been produced by the Royal Dutch Mint in the Netherlands.
The Croatian Mint in Sveta Nedelja has produced Croatian euro coins since 18 July 2022.
The Mint of Finland, with production facilities in Finland and Germany, mints Finnish euro coins. It has also minted euro coins for Cyprus, Estonia, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Slovenia.
The Monnaie de Paris in Pessac is the exclusive producer of French euro coins. It also mints Monégasque euro coins and alternates with the Spanish Royal Mint for the production of Andorran euro coins. It has also minted Greek euro coins, Luxembourg euro coins, and Maltese euro coins.
The two mints of the Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe have minted over 40% of the German euro coins in circulation. They also mint Latvian euro coins.
The Bavarian State Mint in Munich mints about 21% of circulating German euro coins.
The Staatliche Münze Berlin produces about one-fifth of German euro coinage.
The remaining portion of German euro coinage is minted at the Hamburgische Münze in Hamburg.
The Greek Mint, a facility of the Bank of Greece, produces Greek euro coins. It has also minted Cypriot euro coins.
The Irish Mint (Currency Centre) in Sandyford, Dublin strikes the Irish euro coins.
The Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato in Rome mints Italian euro coins, Sammarinese euro coins, and Vatican euro coins.
The Lithuanian Mint in Vilnius mints Lithuanian euro coins.
The Royal Dutch Mint in Utrecht is the sole producer of Dutch euro coins. It also produces Belgian euro coins and has produced some Estonian euro coins, Luxembourg euro coins, Maltese euro coins, and Slovenian euro coins.
The Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda in Lisbon mints Portuguese euro coins.
The Kremnica Mint in Kremnica mints Slovak euro coins. It has also produced Slovenian euro coins.
The Royal Mint in Madrid produces Spanish euro coins. It alternates with the Monnaie de Paris in France for the production of Andorran euro coins. It also minted some early Greek euro coins.
But first and foremost our duty is to produce the Republic of Austria's euro circulation coins.
Throughout the euro area, it is the national mints in charge of the currency that are responsible for manufacturing the eight euro coins, so in Belgium that is the Royal Mint of Belgium, a department of the federal public service for Finance.
The Royal Mint of Belgium is responsible for ordering the Belgian circulation coins, the design, the quality control and the screening of counterfeit coins. ... The coinage and the commercialization of commemorative coins and medals has been awarded to the Royal Dutch Mint.
Our manufacturing units are located in Finland and Germany.
1998: Mint of Finland plays a key role in the materials design of euro coins. In the future, the company will mint euros for Greece, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Cyprus, Ireland and Estonia in addition to Finland.
In order to ensure a smooth changeover to the euro, Eesti Pank commissioned 194 million coins from the Mint of Finland. Production started on 20 July 2010. In 2012, Eesti Pank ordered an additional 50 million 1-cent and 2-cent coins from the Royal Dutch Mint.
Monnaie de Paris's sovereign mission for the state is to strike circulating coinage. It holds the monopoly on French euros, but also makes coins for other foreign currencies in a competitive international context. Since 1973, minting these coins has been handled at the Pessac plant in Gironde, from cutting the blanks right through to final packaging.
The State Mints of Baden-Wuerttemberg are Germany's largest minting enterprise giving work to 80 employees at two locations. Being a state-owned enterprise, both mints are responsible for more than 40 % of all German euro coins.
... in the second half of 2013, a tender was launched in the autumn of 2012 and the potential producer of Latvian euro coins was selected. It is the State Mints of Baden-Wuerttemberg (Staatliche Münzen Baden-Württemberg) in Germany where different lats circulation coins have already been minted before.
Currently, around 21% of the new coins in circulation in Germany are minted here.
Als Münzstätte der Hauptstadt fertigt die Münze Berlin nicht nur ein Fünftel aller bundesdeutschen Münzen, ...
Die Hamburgische Münze hat über ein Fünftel der ersten deutschen Euro-Münzen geprägt. ... Für das Umlaufgeld werden weiterhin laufend neue Münzen geprägt.
L'Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato conia, in ambito istituzionale ed esclusivo, per lo Stato Italiano, per la Repubblica di San Marino e per la Città del Vaticano, sia moneta circolante che moneta per collezionisti.
Since 1567, the Royal Dutch Mint is the only producer of Dutch circulating coins.
The Royal Dutch Mint produces the entire range of Dutch circulation coins.
The minting of circulation coins in order to meet the needs of the Portuguese State in terms of monetary circulation is an activity that has a tradition of seven centuries, as well as a mission that forms part of the INCM identity. ... Besides the circulation coin with normal finishing, INCM mints and commercializes the annual series of euro circulation coins using special packages and properly certified.
Since 2009, the mint's circulation program has been based on the production of circulation coins mainly for Latin American countries ..., Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, but also for other countries ..., as well as the annual minting of Slovak euro coins for the NBS.
Responsible for the minting of coins for the Spanish Treasury, the FNMT-RCM also works for any country, company or organization who requests it.