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Hey coinpeople, I have gone back and forth on something and would like to know if there is a definitive standard on this topic. I don't need responses from people who don't believe that this is a meaningful difference. Every 2 euro coin has two types based on the orientation of what is on the edges of the coins. These types are usually referred to as Type A and Type B. The problem that I have is that half of the sources "out there" say to have the national side of the coin facing upward before looking at the edge and the other half of the sources say to have the common side facing upward. Needless to say, this would lead to opposite Type A and Type B conclusions. Do any of you believe that one website expresses greater "authority" on this question than the others? If yes, what is it? Hoping that at least one of you knows what I am talking about, Bruce (everycountrycoins)