Gold Proof Coin Design Competition 2022
100 years since the establishment of the State
In 2022, Central Bank of Ireland will issue a gold proof coin to commemorate 100 years since the establishment of the Irish State.
Artists and designers are now invited to participate in a competition for the design of this coin. Please submit your curriculum vitae and samples/evidence of previous medallic works (such as coinage) for consideration, in the first instance. Both electronic and hard copy submission is required.
Candidates will be shortlisted based on their submissions by an independent panel of experts. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to participate in the design competition and will receive a design brief including technical specifications.
Shortlisted candidates will receive a design fee, subject to compliance with the design brief provided. The winning candidate will receive a further payment in respect of their design.
Submissions should be sent by email to email@example.com and by post to the below address, to arrive no later than 5pm Monday 25th April 2022.
Designers' email addresses will be retained for the purposes of informing designers about future competitions. At the beginning of your submission, please clearly indicate that you agree to your email address being used for this purpose. If this is not received you will not receive any notification of future coin design competitions.
2022 Gold Proof Coin Design Competition
Central Bank of Ireland
Currency Central Bank of Ireland
PO Box 61
Note in relation to Personal Data:
Personal data collected by the Central Bank of Ireland as part of the design competition is done for the purpose of short-listing and final design selection. The information provided will be shared with the Numismatic Advisory Panel for the purpose of selection. Data is not being retained for any longer than when the design is awarded other than email addresses which will be retained for the purposes of informing designers about future competitions. This will only happen where designers actively agree clearly in their submission to their email address being used for this purpose.