I mostly get Dutch €UROS, but frequently also German and some Belgian ones.
At this moment I have in my wallet:
3x € 2,00 coin (Netherlands / Queen Beatrix)
2x € 1,00 coin (Netherlands / Queen Beatrix)
1x € 1,00 coin (Luxembourg / Grand-Duke Henri)
3x € 0,10 coin (Netherlands / Queen Beatrix)
2x € 0,10 coin (Germany / Brandenburger Tor)
2x € 0,10 coin (Belgium / King Albert II
1x € 0,02 coin (Netherlands / Queen Beatrix)
1x € 5,00 banknote (X : Germany / P :Giesecke & Devrient, Berlin)
In The Netherlands we have since today (31-03-2003) a € 5,00-coin, with on the backside a portret of Vincent van Gogh and on the frontside a portret of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
Since the introduction of the €URO, The Netherlands has introduced two commemorative €-coins, which most likely won't show up in shops and stores in other €URO countries, as they're only a legal payment in The Netherlands:
2002: € 10,00 "Marriage of Crown Prince Willem-Alexander and Maxima Zorreguieta".
2003: € 5,00 "150th Birthday of Vincent van Gogh".
I know that besides The Netherlands also Germany has at least one special commemorative € 10,00 coin.
How about the other €URO countries?