Euro Coin Collection – with 2Euro Commemoratives – for Mac OS X

Euro Coin Collection

Euro Coin Collection is the Mac application designed for Euro coins fans.

View all the coins at a glance in an interactive album and easily manage your Own, Want and Swap lists.

Since the introduction of the Euro in 2002, many people started collecting coins because each country has a different design for the national side.

With 23 countries using the Euro as currency, the last being Lithuania (2015), collecting all the coins became a real challenge!

The app has been designed both for amateur collectors and numismatic professionals.

Amateurs will have a new and easy way to discover and collect coins, even by just checking their change.

Professionals will take care of the finest details, from grading to mint marks and special variants, such as Vatican’s “Sede Vacante” series issued in 2005 and in 2013.

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All the features in detail:


  • Support for the Retina display

    User interface graphics optimized for the MacBook and iMac with Retina display.


  • Support for full screen view

    The user interface automatically adapts to windowed or full screen mode.


  • iCloud synchronization

    You can rely upon iCloud services to keep you collection data safe and in-synch among different iOS devices.
    Anyway, you can always save or restore the collection file from iTunes, in the documents sharing section.


  • Interactive album to view all Euro coins at a glance

    All the coins at a glance is the distinctive feature of the app: you can view the details of each coin with just 1 swipe and 1 touch.
    3 buttons allows to quickly filter coins by collection type, year of issue, and grade.
    Mintage data information comes from


  • Special mini-albums for german and greek mintmarks

    Coins from Germany with mintmarks A, D, F, G, J and coins from Greece issued in 2002 with mintmarks E, F, S have now mini-albums to view them all at a glance.
    Just drag the handle located beneath the flags of these two countries to activate the mini-albums.


  • Detailed images of more than 460 different coin designs

    You can zoom into the details of each high resolution design with simple gestures: pinch to zoom and double tap to quickly switch between the minimum and maximum zoom.
    All the designs of the national sides of the 23 Euro-area countries are included, both standard coins and 2 Euro Commemoratives. For each design a short text describes its features.


  • Easily manage your Own, Swap and Want lists

    You can easily manage your collection distinguishing among coins you Own, coins you’d like to Swap or coins you’d Want.
    In the interactive album it’s simple to select a collection type or a combination of them, such as for example the one showing coins you Want and Own at the same time.


  • Year, grade, mint mark and edge type for each coin

    Other than the year of issue, it’s easy to set the edge type of 2 Euros, A or B (inverted), determined by keeping the coin with the common face upward and looking at the edge inscription.
    Included are the mostly used grades: (CIR) Circulated, (EF) Extremely Fine, (AU) Almost Uncirculated, (FDC) Fleur De Coin, (BU) Brilliant Uncirculated, (PR) Proof.
    German an Greek coins can also be distinguished by the mark on the face, according to the mint they come from.


  • Maps and info about 23 Euro area countries

    Maps you can zoom in an out with gestures and texts with information useful to get an overview about the selected country.
    You just have to tap on a flag!


  • Localized in 7 languages: english, german, french, italian, dutch, portuguese, spanish

    Seven languages to make the app even more accessible. “United in diversity” is the motto of the European Union.


  • Fully functional when offline

    No Internet connection is required to enjoy the app.



Useful Resources for Collectors


Strike2001EuroHobbyMuenzen.euFleur De Coin

  1. #1 by Albegor on January 9, 2014 - 12:49 pm

    Changes in version 1.1 (Released on January 14, 2014):

    – Added 8 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2013:

    • Finland: 150th of the Parliament
    • Finland: 125th of F. E. Sillanpää
    • Greece: 2400th of Plato’s Academy
    • Greece: 100th of the union of Crete with Greece
    • Italy: 700th of Giovanni Boccaccio
    • Luxembourg: National Anthem
    • San Marino: 500th of Pinturicchio
    • Netherlands: 200th of the Dutch kingdom

    – Added “Coin Card” as new filter

    – Support for Touch-pad gestures

    – Improved window resizing and fullscreen functions

  2. #2 by Albegor on June 6, 2014 - 11:14 am

    Changes in version 1.2 (Released on June 13, 2014):

    – 2 new countries: Andorra and Latvia

    – 20 new 2 Euro commemoratives 2014

    – 3 new standard coins design (Belgium, Netherlands, Vatican)

    – New user interface design

    – Minor improvements and fixes

  3. #3 by Albegor on February 4, 2015 - 10:32 am

    Changes in version 1.3 (Released on February 14, 2015):

    – Added 7 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2014:

    • Andorra: 20 Years in the Council of Europe
    • Belgium: 150th of the Belgium Red Cross
    • Finland: 100th of Ilmari Tapiovaara
    • France: World AIDS Day
    • Luxembourg: 50th of Grand Duke Jean Accession
    • San Marino: 90th of Giacomo Puccini
    • Spain: King Felipe VI’s Succession

    – Added Lituania

    – Added Spain 2015 standard coins design

    – Added 2015 as year of issue for standard coins

    – Swapped the order of Malta 2 Euro CC 2014

    – Updated mintage data

    – Corrections to the german translation

    – New usability feature in the coin detail: the year in the pop-up is yellow if there are coins of that year in your collection

  4. #4 by Albegor on April 1, 2015 - 11:22 am

    Changes in version 1.4 (Released on April 10, 2015):

    – Added 16 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2015:

    First emission
    • Finland: 150th of Jean Sibelius
    • France: 70 years of Peace in Europe
    • Germany: St. Paul’s Church
    • Italy: Expo 2015
    • Malta: 100th of the first flight from Malta
    • Portugal: 150th of the Portuguese Red Cross
    • Slovakia: 200th of ?udovít Štúr
    • Slovenia: 2000th of the Founding of Emona
    • Spain: Cave of Altamira
    • San Marino: 750th of Dante Alighieri
    • Vatican: 8th World Meeting of Families
    • Latvia: EU Presidency

    Second emission
    • Germany: 25 years of German Unity
    • Italy: 750th of Dante Alighieri
    • Malta: 1974 – Republic of Malta
    • Portugal: 500th of first Contact with Timor

  5. #5 by Albegor on January 7, 2016 - 11:23 am

    Changes in version 1.5 (Released on January 14, 2016):

    – Added 12 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2015:

    • Andorra: 30th of the Coming of Age
    • Andorra: 25th of the Customs Agreement
    • Belgium: European Year for Development
    • Finland: 150th of Akseli Gallen-Kallela
    • France: 225th of the Fête de la Fédération
    • Greece: 75th of Spyridon Louis
    • Luxemburg: 15th of Grand Duke Henri Accession
    • Luxemburg: 125th of the Nassau-Weilburg Dynasty
    • Monaco: 800th of the Fortress on the Rock
    • San Marino: 25th of the German reunification
    • Latvia: Black Stork
    • Lithuania: Lithuanian Language

    – Added 19 commemoratives of the common issue “30th of the European Flag”
    – Added 2016 as year of issue for standard coins
    – Updated mintage data

  6. #6 by Albegor on February 12, 2016 - 5:06 pm

    Changes in version 1.6 (Released on February 18, 2016):

    – Added 13 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2016:

    • Austria: 200th of the National Bank
    • Belgium: Summer Olympics
    • Estonia: 100th of Paul Keres
    • France: European Football Championship
    • Germany: Zwinger
    • Ireland: 100th of the Easter Rising
    • Latvia: Cow
    • Lithuania: Baltic Culture
    • Luxemburg: 50th of the Charlotte Bridge
    • Portugal: Summer Olympics
    • Slovakia: Presidency of the EU Council
    • Slovenia: 25th of the Independence
    • Spain: Segovia

    – Improved UI graphics for Macs with Retina display
    – Minor corrections and improvements

  7. #7 by Albegor on September 14, 2016 - 11:22 am

    Changes in version 1.7 (Released on September 16, 2016):

    – Added 15 new 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2016:

    • Belgium: Child Focus
    • Finland: Eino Leino
    • Finland: Georg Henrik von Wright
    • France: François Mitterrand
    • Italy: Donatello
    • Italy: Plauto
    • Latvia: Vidzeme
    • Malta: Ggantija Temples
    • Malta: Love
    • Monaco: Founding of Monte Carlo
    • Portugal: 25th of April Bridge
    • San Marino: Donatello
    • San Marino: William Shakespeare
    • Vatican: Vatican Guard
    • Vatican: Jubilee of Mercy

    – Added the ability to distinguish 2 Euro CC coins with different mint marks (Malta 2012+ and Luxemburg 2005 and 2006)
    – Corrected the edge type of 2 Euro CC 2009 Malta “EMU”
    – English texts revised

  8. #8 by Albegor on January 24, 2017 - 11:57 am

    Changes in version 1.8 (Released on January 30, 2017):

    – Added 4 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2016:

    • Andorra: New Reform 1866
    • Andorra: Radio and Television
    • Greece: Arkadi Monastery
    • Greece: Dimitri Mitropoulos

    – Added 10 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2017:

    • Finland: Independence
    • France: Auguste Rodin
    • Germany: Porta Nigra
    • Luxemburg: Luxembourg Army
    • Latvia: Kurzeme
    • Lithuania: Vilnius
    • Portugal: Public Security Police
    • Slovakia: Academia Istropolitana
    • Slovenia: Adoption of the Euro
    • Spain: Santa María del Naranco

    – Added 2017 as year of issue for standard coins
    – Better pictures for some 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2016

  9. #9 by Albegor on June 1, 2017 - 9:45 am

    Changes in version 1.9 (Released on June 2, 2017):

    – New “’99-2017” album view, listing standard and commemorative coins by year of issue
    – Added 14 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2017:

    • Belgium: University of Liège
    • Belgium: University of Ghent
    • Estonia: Road to independence
    • Greece: Philippi
    • Greece: Nikos Kazantzakis
    • Italy: Titus Livius
    • Italy: St Mark’s Basilica
    • Luxemburg: Grand Duke William III
    • Malta: Hagar Qim
    • Portugal: Raul Brandão
    • San Marino: Giotto
    • Vatican: Saints Peter and Paul
    • Vatican: Visions of Fátima
    • Latvia: Latgale

    – Added the design of San Marino and Vatican standard coins issued in 2017
    – Better pictures for some 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2017

  10. #10 by Albegor on November 21, 2017 - 11:42 am

    Changes in version 2.0 (Released on November 23, 2017):

    – Added 8 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2017:

    • Andorra: Anthem of Andorra
    • Andorra: Country of the Pyrenees
    • Cyprus: Paphos
    • Finland: Finnish nature
    • France: Pink Ribbon
    • Malta: Peace
    • Monaco: Prince’s Carabiniers
    • San Marino: Sustainable Tourism

    – Better pictures for some 2-Euro commemoratives issued in 2017
    – Corrected some sentences and coin grades in French
    – Added an option to distinguish the 3 variants of 2 Euro CCs issued by Malta in 2016 and 2017

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