2 euro coin dedicated to the Coat of arms of Latvia, Brilliant Uncirculated.
The coat of arms of the Republic of Latvia, designed by Rihards Zariņš, was officially adopted on June 16, 1921, after the proclamation of the independence of Latvia on November 18, 1918.
It was later reprocessed in 1921, dissolving the Latvian Soviet Republic.
The emblem contains the symbols of the Latvian historical districts.
The sun, at the top, symbolizes the statehood of Latvia.
The three stars at the top of the coat of arms represent the historic districts of the Kingdom of Latvia: Vidzeme, Latgale and, combined together, Curlandia-Semigallia.