To mark the fourth centenary of the publication of the second part of Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes , the Spanish mint has released two commemorative coins this week.
However, the coins will not be seen in circulation as they are collector’s pieces, including one with a value of 10 euro, and another with a value of 100 euro.
The 100 euro coin is particularly rare with just 2,500 of the gold piece being released and features an image of Don Quixote sitting and reading.
Meanwhile, there are 7,500 copies of the silver 10 euro coin available, which features an image of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza riding their horses.
There are cheaper versions also available but if you have a spare 1,082.28 euro to spend you might want to hurry if you fancy buying the full set.
More details here.