Currency Centre

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Currency Centre

An organization in Ireland that issues legal tender coins and banknotes for general use. It was established in 1978 and is based in Dublin. It is also called the Irish Mint.
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In 1553, with the accession of the Catholic Queen Mary, Recorde fell out of favour and was recalled to London by the Earl of Pembroke, with whom he had quarrelled over the manner in which he ran the Irish mint.
So Patrick Prendergats's once-raced filly IRISH MINT, which I'll be on, won't have to be a star to figure prominently.
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