Tolar: coin from Republic of Slovenia; 100 stotin


2 tolar, 1993: Republic of Slovenia

2 tolar, 1993: Republic of Slovenia

REPUBLIKA SLOVENIJA - DVA TOLARJA: Republic of Slovenia - Two tolars.

The numerical designation of the value (big "2") is indicated inside a relief concentric circle.

HIRUNDO RUSTICA: barn swallow (in Latin).

Barn swallow in flight.

Mintage: 10.015.000.

The coin was issued at two mints — in neighboring Hungary (Budapest Mint) and in Slovakia (Kremnica Mint). Mint marks were not indicated on the coins of this series, so it is impossible to accurately determine whether a particular coin belongs to a specific mint, with the exception of the issues of 1994 and 1995 (perhaps others, there is no information). Coins dated in the mentioned years have differences in the writing of the numbers 4 and 5 — depending on the mint.

  • Nickel brass: 24 mm - 5.4 g
  • Reference price: 0.7$

COIN TOLAR — WHERE & WHEN (coins catalog: by names & emitents)
  1. REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA (1992-2006): tolar = 100 stotin

About the name of the coin tolar (plural: 2 tolarja, 5, 10, 20... tolarjev or tolars): the name of the tolar coin comes from the name of the prototype of the modern dollar — the thaler.