The Nutella coin minted by the Italian Mint – Italian Cuisine

In silver, it has a face value of 5 euros and represents a jar of Nutella: it is a tribute to one of the Italian entrepreneurial excellences

Today, February 5th, is there World Nutella Day. On the occasion of this event, in the year of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Ferrero company, the Ministry of Economy and Finance issued a silver coin minted by the Mint e dedicated to the famous cocoa and hazelnut cream, with a nominal value of 5 euros.

Coins that celebrate Italian excellence

The history and tradition of the Italian entrepreneurial fabric have inspired some of the most beautiful coins in recent years Numismatic Collections minted by the Italian Mint. Through the art of engraving, we wanted to pay homage to icons of Italian industry, which over time have become a real cultural heritage, often celebrated also in photography, cinema and music. And it is right inside the "Italian Excellence" series which fits the coin dedicated to Nutella, the result of the entrepreneur's intuition Michele Ferrero, that the April 20, 1964 he brought out the first jar of the legendary cream from the factory in Alba, in the Piedmontese Langhe.

How the Nutella coin is made

On the obverse of the coin, deposited in a case al Mint Museum, a traditional jar of Nutella is represented in the center, with the inscription “Italian Republic” around it. On the reverse in the center, the reproduction of the Ferrero plant in Alba, in the province of Cuneo, where the company was founded in the 1940s. On the left, the author's name, "A. MASINI ", or Annalisa Masini; on the right, theyear of issue “2021"; in the exergue, the value “5 euro” and “R”, identifying the Mint of Rome. The silver coin, in brilliant uncirculated finish, was made in three versions, white, red and green, colored inserts that enhance the refinement and originality of the design.

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