The signing of the Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957 established the formation of the European Economic Community, whose aim was to achieve integration via trade with a view to economic expansion. Fifty years later the European Union, as it is now known, comprises 27 Member States. To commemorate this anniversary, thirteen of the Member States, including Ireland, are issuing a commemorative €2 coin. The Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland is issuing a special Treaty of Rome commemorative €2 coin to honour this special year in Europe’s history. The Treaty of Rome commemorative €2 coin is presented individually in a colourful and informative presentation folder. The coin is struck to Uncirculated quality. The folder is limited to only 15,000, and is perfect to commemorate this significant anniversary.