Mintage


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Mintage

The number of coins made by a particular mint, or on a certain date, or with certain features. Mintage indicates the number of coins with certain, stated traits.
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Both coins are now extremely rare and valuable, especially in uncirculated condition, because the first mintage of both styles was very small.
The Silver Crucifixion coin has a limited mintage of 1,499 coins, a unique 2 oz size and rimless high-relief artwork, showing its place as a collector's item that stands the test of time.
8221; He continued, “With a mintage of only 12,500, we expect a quick reaction to this stunning silver release.
Mintage figures have also been updated and the "Type-Coin Value" charts have been removed.
Mintage is set at 350,000 coins across all product options.
The 1988 Britannia 1/2oz gold coin was limited to a mintage of just 6,500 gem-proof examples.
Each page dedicated to a specific coin includes prices, rarity, relative values, mintage, and types.
Each coin in this limited mintage is antiqued brushed and hand-distressed by a team of specialized artisans.
Contract award: mintage prekopovE'ch and long-term workings including related work.
The reverse of this coin displays the Russian Eagle along with the 5 ruble denomination in Cyrillic and the year of mintage.
Contract award: mintage operational workings including related work.