For posts on coins issued under the Eurostar Coin Programme, please visit the following links:
The Romantic-Nationalism Movement which dominated Finnish Art in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries (1880-1910) is known as “the Golden Age of Finnish Art”.
Some other Links:
1) Mint of Finland: Provincial coins issued in 2010 and 2011 commemorating the cultures/traditions of the nint historic provinces which ceased to be Administrative Regions in 1634
2) Currency of Denmark: Krone and Ore (Part I): Historical Development of Coinage in Denmark
3) Currency of Denmark: Krone and Ore (Part II): The Evolution of Banknotes in Denmark
4) "The Golden Age of Finnish Art": A 10 Euro Silver Coin with the afore-mentioned theme as part of the sub-theme for 2017 - "The Age of Iron and Glass" under the overall theme of "Ages of Europe" issued by the Mint of Finland on 20.02.2017: ii) "Europa Coin Programme" ot the "European Silver Star Programme" or the "Eurostar Programme"
5) Norges Bank (Central Bank of Norway): Introduction of the VIII Series of innovative/pixelated Banknotes with the theme "The Sea" in a phased manner from May 2017 to Q4 2020 and gradual withdrawal of the presently circulating Banknotes (VII Series)
6) Currency and Coinage of Sweden: Kronor and Ore: New Banknote Series and Coins being issued in 2015 and 2016
7) Currency and Coinage of Iceland: issued by by the Central Bank of Iceland or "Sedlabanki Islands": Kroner & Eyrir