Mint of Finland, Vantaa, Finland

Name of the mint Mint of Finland
Name in the local language Suomen Rahapaja
Place Vantaa, Finland
Dates of operation 1988-date
Official website
See also Wikidata (Q3359700)

The Mint of Finland is the national mint of Finland. It was established by Alexander II of Russia in 1860 as the markka became the official currency of the Grand Duchy of Finland. The mint was first located in the Katajanokka district of Helsinki and in 1988 the new production facility was opened in Vantaa. Mint of Finland has been a public limited company since 1993. Today it is the owner of the Swedish mint, the Myntverket, and owns half of the shares of the Royal Norwegian Mint. (Source:


Mintmark of Mint of Finland Mintmark of Mint of Finland

Related mark

M Raimo Makkonen, Mint Master, Mint of Finland (1987-2008)

Production of this mint

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