This is a journey through the modern Romanian history illustrated by my error coins from this nation. The first coin is 2 Lei from 192? No date with a uniface strike. This coin could also be some kind of pattern strike.
The next coin is a 20 Lei from 1942 struck on a wider planchet with a normal coin. A very unusual error.
Here are two 100 Lei 1944 coins joined as a "cup and saucer" cap strikes.
These next coins are wartime coins struck during King Mikael. The off-cent struck 2000 lei from 1946 still bears King Mikael's picture.
This coin is a 2 Lei from 1951 from the communist regime with a very strong doubled date.
Another typical coin from the Ceausescu regime is the 3 Lei off cent struck coin from 1967 showing factory plants.
The last coin in my Romanian error coin collection is the post-communist 50 Lei 1991 with a dramatic double strike. This small collection represents a variety of mint errors and comes from different periods of the modern Romanian history.