France - 2 euros 2012 (100th anniversary of the birth of the Abbe Pierre)
Malta - 2 euros 2013 (Establishment of Self-Government in 1921)
Slovakia - 2 euros 2013 (Saint Cyrillus and Methodius)
Finland - 2 euros 2012 (50th anniversary of birth of Helene Schjerfbeck)
Ireland - 2 euros 2012 (10 years of euro banknotes and coins)
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