- Silver tribute in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Albéric "Briek" Schotte on 7 September 2019
- Strictly limited edition of max. 3,000 copies
- Delivered with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity in a luxury case
On 7 September 1919, Albéric "Briek" Schotte was born in Kanegem. He was a successful Belgian cyclist and after his active cycling career he was more than 30 years active as a team leader. By winning the Tour of Flanders twice and becoming world champion just as many times, he was given the nicknames Iron Briek and the Last Flandrien. His final resting place is Waregem, the city where he was also an honorary citizen.
Especially in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Albéric “Briek” Schotte, the Sterling silver 10 euro coin is minted.