Tax free Coinstar

homefire

Well-Known Member
#15
Not Zinc Greg. Not even worth what a Zinclin is in metallic value.

The 2 euro cent coin has a value of one-fiftieth of a euro and is composed of copper-plated steel. All coins have a common reverse and country-specific obverse. The coin has been used since 2002 and was not redesigned in 2007 as were the higher-value coins. Wikipedia

Value: 0.02 euro
Diameter: 18.75 mm
Edge: Smooth with continuous groove
Composition: Copper-plated steel
Years of minting: Since 1999
Mass: 3.06 g
Thickness: 1.67 mm
 

mtbricky

Well-Known Member
#16
Not Zinc Greg. Not even worth what a Zinclin is in metallic value.

The 2 euro cent coin has a value of one-fiftieth of a euro and is composed of copper-plated steel. All coins have a common reverse and country-specific obverse. The coin has been used since 2002 and was not redesigned in 2007 as were the higher-value coins. Wikipedia

Value: 0.02 euro
Diameter: 18.75 mm
Edge: Smooth with continuous groove
Composition: Copper-plated steel
Years of minting: Since 1999
Mass: 3.06 g
Thickness: 1.67 mm
Since this is not the coin of the realm I don't think it is taxed. :ROFLMAO: Funny how these coins end up here.