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They chose an effigy of King Albert II designed by Jan Alfons Keustermans, Director of the Municipal Academy of Fine Arts of Turnhout.
To the right-hand side among the stars was the king's monogram, a letter "A", underneath a crown. The 2008 redesign included the letters BE (standing for Belgium) beneath the monogram, which was moved out of the stars into the centre circle but still to the right of the King's portrait.
This happened in Monaco and the Vatican City, resulting in three new designs in circulation (the Vatican had an interim design until the new Pope was selected).
National designs have seen some changes due to new rules stating that national designs should include the name of the issuing country (Finland and Belgium both do not show their name, and hence have made minor changes).
The common side was designed by Luc Luycx, a Belgian artist who won a Europe-wide competition to design the new coins.
The design of the 1 to 5 cent coins was intended to show the European Union's (EU) place in the world (relative to Africa and Asia) as opposed to the one and two euro coins showing the 15 states as one and the 10 to 50 cent coins showing separate EU states.
The coin dates from 2002, when euro coins and banknotes were introduced in the 12 member eurozone and its related territories.
Despite this, a few coins were issued beginning in 1999.
The edges are smooth with a continuous groove running round the coin. The coins have been used from 2002, though some are dated 1999 which is the year the euro was created as a currency, but not put into general circulation.
This groove helps distinguish the 2 cent coin from the smooth 1 and 5 cent coins, as well as the U. The reverse was designed by Luc Luycx and displays a globe in the bottom right.
The then-fifteen members of the EU are lightly highlighted and the northern half of Africa and the western half of Asia (including the Middle East) are shown.