State Mint

State Mint

An organization in Romania that issues legal tender coins for general use. It was established in 1870 and is owned by the government of Romania. It is located in Bucharest.
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In the same year, the Turkish State Mint minted special TL 1 coins to honor the 10th year of the Turkish Olympiads.
Around 6,000 of the medals struck by the Italian State Mint must now be withdrawn because of the faulty inscription in the Pope's motto.
Katalinic, produced by Moscow State Mint Institute and sponsored by Moscow State University of Technology "Stankin" and Cassandra Trust - Ireland.
Egorov, produced by Moscow State Mint Institute and sponsored by Cassandra Proxy Inc.
dollars in a state mint, Yonhap News Agency reported Thursday, quoting the South Korean ambassador to the United States.
First is Imprensa Nacional Casa da Moeda (INCM), the Portuguese state mint and security printer based in Lisbon.
North Korea's state mint in Pyongsong, South Pyongan Province, has produced counterfeit U.
The Royal Mint of Belgium, the Italian State Mint and the German Stuttgart Mint will produce their own versions in a test series.
Frequently there is an intersection between the public and private sector as exemplified in Eastern Europe where Metallic Security, a Czech company which is part of the Optaglio group, offers technology and origination services to state mints.
Each member state mints different numbers of coins, depending on the size of its economy.
All state mints underwent corporatization around the 1960s-1990s, with governments instructing them to secure export sales.
1 First-Tier Groups: State Mints producing coins, collectibles and blanks

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