File:Common face of one euro coin.jpg
|Non-free media information and use rationale for euro|
Common (or European) side of a €1 coin. It is copyrighted by the European Union.
Coin (one side)
600 x 585 (low resolution is not required by the licence)
|Purpose of use||
To show readers what the coin actually looks like, in a manner than cannot be achieved by text
It is impossible to show users of the encyclopedia what the common side of a euro coin looks like without using a photograph of a euro coin. The same copyright restrictions apply to the common side of all euro coins.
|The above image depicts the common face of a euro coin.
According to the Communication from the Commission on copyright protection of the common face design of the euro coins ( OJ C 318, 13.11.2001, p. 3):
It is believed that the use of a photograph of a euro coin which retains an exact depiction of that coin, for the purpose of illustrating what the coin looks like is consistent which the licence detailed in the above Communication.
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