• 10 Euro 2021, Germany, Federal Republic, Air Moves, On the Water
  • 10 Euro 2021, Germany, Federal Republic, Air Moves, On the Water

On Water is the third and the last issue of the 3-part series Air Moves. This series recognizes dynamic trend sports that are operated exclusively with the power of the wind.

Germany issued coins with white plastic polymer ring. During the development of this coin, the selected plastic is resistant to temperature changes, the humidity does not damage the quality of the coin, and the polymer ring does not react when exposed to UV radiation or chemicals.


Shows the essential aspects of modern windsurfing in a very impressive way. The sails of the athletes surfing in the group are interwoven with the waves. The composition in its weighting from right to left in the base of the coin emphasizes the speed on the water. The graphic display creates great transparency and depth. The image motif fits perfectly into the three different segments of the coin with a polymer ring. Above inscription On the Water.

Windsurfing is a surface water sport that is a combination of surfing and sailing. It is also referred to as "sailboarding" and "boardsailing", and emerged in the early 1970s from the surf culture of California. Windsurfing had gained a following across North America by the late 1970s and had achieved significant global popularity by the 1980s.

Windsurfing is a recreational sport, most popular at flat water locations around the world that offer safety and accessibility for beginner and intermediate participants. The sport has two distinct interest groups, namely Racing and Riding, with many participants embracing both.

Engraver: Daniel Engelberg



Depicts a stylized heraldic eagle - Germany’s national symbol, value and date below, mintmark upper. The outer metallic ring features the state name and 12 stars of the European Union.

An eagle, with the name of the country, value, issue year, the twelve European stars and the mintmark.

Engraver: Andre Witting



The name of the coin series AIR MOVES • AIR MOVES •


Type Commemorative Issue (Non-circulating)
Material Tri-Metallic
Outer ring Niobium Coated Cupronickel
Inner ring Polymer
Center Cupronickel
Weight 9.8 g
Diameter 28.75 mm
Thickness -
Shape round
Alignment Medal
Bavarian Central Mint (D)
Berlin State Mint (A)
Hamburg Mint (J)
Karlsruhe State Mint (G)
Stuttgart State Mint (F)

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