If it was a historical one they could show the Bremen rail viaduct after we bombed it!You are correct but... from the EU's website -
On the front of both series of euro banknotes, windows and doorways are shown. They symbolise the European spirit of openness and cooperation. The bridges on the back symbolise communication between the people of Europe and between Europe and the rest of the world.
Like the first series, the new Europa series banknotes show architectural styles from various periods in Europe's history, but do not show any actual existing monuments or bridges.
[G]old or silver coins are negotiable currency. I have been collecting coins for over 50 years in and out the army, and well before,
A story I've seen tells of an American who asked a European white collar worker why he would use part of his salary to buy a gold coin every month. The answer was, "If you had seen the mess our Governments sometimes make of the economy. you'd be buying them too!"
My Mother has quite a collection of silver sixpences. They are brought out at Christmas, wrapped in greaseproof paper and put in the clootie dumpling. Woe betide you if you don't hand them back. Although her mother in law refused one year and that caused a very sour end of Christmas Day. Aberdonians eh!
Just found a 2019 Paddington Bear 50 p in my pocket and also a 2015 Royal Mint Royal Shield of Arms , if you can take any notice of fleabay they are worth more than face value.
I've had a few dealings with Silver Trader in Newcastle, well recommended.Answer:- In the same way collecting anything does, stamps, silver, gold or bricks, its a personal interest thing, the difference in collecting coins over bricks, stamps, manhole covers, teddy bears, is that gold or silver coins are negotiable currency. I have been collecting coins for over 50 years in and out the army, and well before, Steer clear of any offer that says its free, as the catch is you will be receiving un-solicited coins on approval in the post, and will be inundated with junk mail from the many "Mints" that have sprung up, some are outright cons, others, genuine, I deal with 4 reputable company's, all others are highly suspect. remember, there is no such thing as free. Someone somewhere has to pay, and guess who that is?...........