Finland's coat of arms 1917 is a ten-euro special stamp designed by Pekka Piippo.
The only visible printing on the embossed stamp is its golden foil. In UV light, the map of Finland and a graph depicting the genetic background of Finns appear on the miniature sheet and the stamp. The graph is based on research carried out by Finland's Institute of Molecular Medicine, which is part of the University of Helsinki, and the National Institute for Health and Welfare.
The background of the stamp features an iconic photograph taken by Martti Jämsä in the series Summer (1994-2003). In the photo, a small child is standing in a calm Finnish lake with a swimming ring, looking towards the opposite shore. Many Finns have memories about moments of this kind.