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Forum Spotlights Latest in Coin Technology

By Tom Michael The World Money Fair (WMF) 2020 was proud to host the 16th Annual Technical Forum on Jan. 30, 2020. Sponsored by the firms Agosi, Schuler and Spaleck, this event has grown from a small gathering of technical … Continue reading

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The Royal Mint Shifts Production Towards Masks

By Tom Michael  The 2020 pandemic has required many people and businesses around the world to rethink their daily activities. Those folks working and living within the field of numismatics are no different. We have all adjusted our lives to … Continue reading

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United States Mint to Resume San Francisco Operations

The United States Mint facility at San Francisco will resume operations the morning of Monday, May 4, 2020, utilizing a reduced staffing plan in order to maintain social distancing, the Mint announced in an official email statement April 29. San … Continue reading

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How War Medal Production Delayed Proof Coin Production

When did the U.S. mints finally satisfy the country’s demand for coins? It may come as a surprise, but it wasn’t until the 1870s that production caught up with demand. The statement is made that the Mint produced less than … Continue reading

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