2 euros 2014 Malta coins roll – Malta Police Force
Original roll with 25 psc UNC 2 euros coins.
Diameter – 25.75mm
Thickness – 2.2mm
Weight – 8.5gr
75% copper – 25% nickel clad on nickel core
Mintage: 300 000 pieces
Date of issue: 2014
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The Malta Police Force is one of the oldest police forces in Europe having been established at the outset of the British colonial period in 1814 by the first Governor of Malta, Sir Thomas Maitland. By a proclamation issued in July of that year, he set the foundations for the establishment of the Force by ordering and directing that all powers exercised at that time over the administration of police in Malta were to be transferred to the new authorities under established procedures. Thus, from 12 July 1814 onwards, the entire management and control of the police came under the responsibility of the Inspector General of police who received his orders directly from the Governor of Malta. After Malta was granted Independence in 1964, the Maltese Government assumed all responsibilities for the Malta Police Force.
On its reverse side the commemorative coin features the common €2 symbol while on the obverse side it depicts the emblem of the Malta Police Force.