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The Royal Dutch Mint has a beautiful interactive website with lots
of information about the Mint, the Mint museum and the coins and
collectors items sold by the Mint. It is also possible to register
on the web site, and as a registered collector you can buy collectors
items on line in the Coin shop or trade coins in the Coin club
The British Royal Mint produces a.o. the coins for the U.K. and a
number of "Commenweatlh Countries".
Website of the Pobjoy Mint, the Mint for a number of Commenwealth
Website of the Spanish Mint with a lot of information about the issues
of the Spanish Mint, the Museum en the euro.
Website from the National Mint of Portugal.
Lisbon's Mint is perhaps the oldest manufacturing establishment of the Portuguese State, with a continuous operation since at least the end of the thirteenth century.
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In Germany coins are made in 5 different places en there is a different letter on the coins to identify the specific Mint where the coin is produced.
The Mint of Stuttgart and the Mint of Karlruhe belong both to the Mint of Baden-Wurtenberg but produce coins with their own letter.
Letters of the different Mints are:
A = Berlin
D = Munich
F = Stuttgart
G = Karlsruhe
J = Hamburg
The Mint of Poland.
Since 1766, Mennica Polska S.A. has been a leading issuer of coins and collector items both in Poland and in Europe.
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The Lithuanian Mint is an advanced company, employing highly qualified specialists, using modern equipment and technology.
Lithuanian as well as foreign circulation and collector coins make up the core of our companies production.
The Moscow Mint is a modern excellently equipped coin and order production site; its products are noted for high manufacturing quality and artistic design.
The Saint-Petersburg Mint is the oldest Russian and one of the largest enterprises in the world manufacturing coin and medal products.
Mint of Norway (Royal Norwegian Mint) was founded in 1686 as part of the
Kongsberg Silverworks, and has through the years, until July 1, 2003,
been administered by several different bodies, latest by Central Bank of
Norway. The company’s main activity has historically been based on
development and production of Norwegian coins.
Royal Danish Mint.
Danmarks Nationalbank has a monopoly on producing and issuing Danish banknotes and coins.
Danmarks Nationalbank took over the Royal Mint from the government in 1975.
Monnaide de Paris, the official French Mint which produces not only all
French Coins but also Collector Coins, official decoration, medals and
Website of the Mint of Finland which produces all Finnish Coins.
The history of the Hungarian Mint is closely intertwined with the 1000-year traditions of Hungarian coinage, which first began with the minting of the silver denar under Hungary's first king, St. Stephen, in 1001.
In the middle of the 13th century, the monetary reforms of King Robert Charles of Anjou saw the establishment of several minting chambers, the most important of which was founded in Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, now Kremnica in Slovakia) in 1328.
This mint, the direct predecessor of today's Hungarian Mint, became world famous for the quantity and quality of the gold coins it produced.
After World War I, the Körmöcbánya mint was dismantled and transported to Budapest, where it was reestablished as the Hungarian Royal Mint in 1925.
The Royal Australian Mint was opened in 1965 for the production of the
Australian decimal coins which were introduced in 1966. Since then the
Mint also produced coins for other Southern Pacific countries like Papua
New Guinea, Tonga, Western Samoa Cook
The Perth Mint is Australia's oldest operating Mint, established in
to mint gold sovereigns for the British Empire. Its now specialized
in production of collectors items.
The Singapore Mint was opened in 1970 to produce the coins for internal
use.. Later on the Mint also produced coins for other East Asian countries
like the Philippines, Nepal en Samoa.
Chinese Central Mint
The Japanese Mint produces, besides all Japanese circulation coins, also
various commemorative coins and metallic art object. The Japanese Mint also certifies
the fineness of. metal wares.
Website of the South African Coin Company where you can find a lot
of information about the coins from South Africa
Israel Coins and Medals Corp. was established in 1958 by the Prime Minister Ben Gurion for the purpose of commemorating the historical
events and milestones of the State of Israel, as well as its outstanding personalities and achievements in culture, science and art.