Official commemorative coins 2021/2022


Official special coin 2022

The beginnings of watchmaking in Switzerland are closely linked to the Huguenot religious refugees who came to Geneva in the 16th century and brought their craftsmanship with them.

Solar energy

Official commemorative coin 2022 Solar energy

Energy is a precious commodity and an indispensable part of our everyday lives. In addition to hydropower, the main sources of renewable energy in Switzerland are solar and wind power.

Morteratsch glacier

Morteratsch glacier

The Morteratsch glacier is an Alpine glacier in the Bernina Range in the canton of Graubünden. Its southern edge forms the Swiss-Italian border. As a result of global warming, it has also suffered extensive loss, shrinking by about 3,000 metres since 1850. Today it is still about 6.4km long and covers an area of 14.9 km2.
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Energy is a precious commodity and an indispensable part of our everyday lives. A sustainable energy supply plays an important role in this. The basis for these alternative forms of energy is provided by natural resources, such as water, wind and sun.
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The annual sets of circulation coins consist of all coins that are legal tender, from the five-centime coin through to the five-franc coin. They also contain a bimetallic ten-franc commemorative coin. Coin sets


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