This is a collection of links to the different European central banks which issues coins and banknotes.
Albania – lek
Banka e Shqipërisë
Belarus – rubel
Нацыянальны банк Рэспублікі Беларусь
Bosnia and Herzegovina – convertible mark
Centralna banka Bosne i Hercegovine / Централна банка Босне и Херцеговине
All banknotes except the highest denomination of 200 marks are issued with two different designs – one for the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and one for Republika Srpska.
Bulgaria – lev
Българска народна банка (Bohlgarska narodna banka)
Croatia – kuna
Hrvatska narodna banka
Czech Republic – koruna
Česká národní banka
Denmark (and the Faroe Islands) – krone (króna in Faroe Islands)
The Faroe Islands have their own currency which is issued by the Danish National Bank and follows the exchange rate of the Danish krone.
Eurozone – euro
European Central Bank
The banknotes are common for all Eurozone countries while the coins have different designs on one side. As of 2022 the countries having euro coins of different designs issued are Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and the Vatican City.
Hungary – forint
Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Iceland – króna
Moldova – leu
Banca Naţională a Moldovei
North Macedonia – denar
Народна банка на Република Северна Македонија (Narodna Banka na Republika Severna Makedonija)
Norway – krone
Poland – złoty
Narodowy Bank Polski
Serbia – dinar
Народна банка Србије / Narodna Banka Srbije
Sweden – krona
Ukraine – hryvnia
Національний банк України
United Kingdom – pound (sterling)
Bank of England
Banknotes for regional use are also legally issued by Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Clydesdale Bank for use in Scotland, and by Bank of Ireland, Danske Bank, and Ulster Bank for use in Northern Ireland. Also the governments of the Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, and Gibraltar issues their own currencies – Manx, Jersey, Guernsey, and Gibraltar pound respectively – which all follows the UK pound’s exchange rate.