Mintage and issue price

Euro starter kits are packs of euro coins of all the eight denominations sealed in a plastic bag. The scope of these kits is primarily to familiarise the citizens of that nation that is going to join the eurozone with the new currency, the euro. Another objective is to fill up cash registers well in advance of E-Day. Usually these kits are available from the local banks some weeks before the euro changeover.

This page included some interesting charts with statistican information about the european starter-kits.

The following chart shows the number of starter-kits that each member-state of the Eurozone has produced.

How many starter kits have been produced?

The following chart shows the issue price of each starter kit produced, that is, the cost for each kit for the general public.

What is the issue price of the european starter kits?