The concept of coinage.

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Have a nice day colleagues.

    Many of you do not know and have no idea what the work process and the mint hall look like, and so I entered here for an idea the creation and minting of coins.

    However, I only represent the Kremnica Mint in the Slovak Republic and the Czech Mint. Kremnica is an example of minting 100 years ago and in 1973 and today:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vgzd_RAmCxI    Today, coinage also for other countries such as "India", etc.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyNiOWCIg4g     Coinage for socialism in Czechoslovakia in Kremnica 1973

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByTk54OoXQs   Minting of euro coins in Kremnica

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhRJ_FroxPg  it is the mintage of this coin ,,1928,,: N#12621

 

Here is an example of coinage in the Czech Republic:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18HrhL9zgZE

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3Ymy4DO7tc For hockey players

 

They are short shots and only for the imagination of collectors around the world.

Ahoj Ivan

Thanks for posting these links MIMAEL.

I mainly collect Australian pre-decimal coins, but recently was gifted a hundred or so Polska coins from 1923 to 1995.

Now that I have watched the vidoes, the Kreminca Mint takes on a much better image in my mind.

Cheers

ttkooau

ttkooau

 

Now that I have watched the vidoes, the Kreminca Mint takes on a much better image in my mind.

 

 

Greetings to Australia.


Thank you.

And I will add more:

Kremnica received the privilege of operating a mint on 17 November 1328 from the Hungarian king Charles I Robert of Anjou. It is one of the oldest still-existing businesses and the oldest still-existing mint in the world.

https://www.mint.sk/en

 

,, As a young teenager I used to go there with the girls for a day of humor and satire in this small town in the mountains,,

 

In the park between the mint, coin museum and coin shops on the grass with the girls:

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1NHXL_csCZ927CZ927&sxsrf=AJOqlzUR4FOKwkX1rCHiRrmFE1UUMg9pWg:1673313645069&q=dno+humoru+a+satiry+v+Kremnici&tbm=

 

( https://es-la.facebook.com/AkropolaKremnica/posts/10153212792025861/) 

https://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kremnick%C3%A9_gagy

 

Ahoj Ivan

Thanks for sharing. I have seen many videos of various mints manufacturing  coins from the 1940s to now (mostly uploaded archived footage) but I've never seen it first hand, however when I visited the Paris mint last year I did see the tools that are needed to make the coins from the clay moulds to the die stamps.

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And if you've not seen it yet (I posted the link some years ago) here's an oldie:

 

How Money Is Made 

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Camerinvs

And if you've not seen it yet (I posted the link some years ago) here's an oldie:

 

How Money Is Made 

Nice video but they got it wrong in one explanation 

Annealing is a process to make the metal soft so it can be easily pressed.Metal grains get stressed and become hard when punched ,cut in machine so annealing is done to make it soft again .

Thanks for the observation, trailblazer1.

 

I almost forgot to link this new video: 

 

Prägung mit dem Taschenwerk 

 

Even without knowing German you can get much out of it.

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