Recognize counterfeit coins

Coin counter

Euro coins are usually only after careful examinations visually recognizeable from real coins. The following hints can make the counterfeit detection of coins easier: At origin coins, the coin image is clearly delimited from the coin base. Counterfeits, on the other hand, are often blurred and often show irregularities. The color tone usually differs from origin coins. The marginal impressions of the origin 2 Euro coins are stamped sharp in the coin edge. False euro coins often exhibit incomplete or irregular marginal impressions. Real 1 Euro and 2 Euro coins are only weakly magnetic. They remain attached to the magnet, but can then easily be removed again. False money, on the other hand, is usually not attracted or is very firmly attached to the magnet. However, one can easily overlook the wrong coins with the naked eye. That is why we advise Pecunia to pay attention to the counterfeit detection when buying a coin counter.