Mint Mark

A mint mark is an inscription on a coin indicating the mint where the coin was produced.

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Coins Of The Canadian Dollar - Mint Mark
... an effort to build the brand, the Royal Canadian Mint implemented a policy in which all its circulation and collector coins would bear a new Mint Mark ... Numismatic Association convention in Niagara Falls, Ontario in July 2006, the Mint Mark was a reproduction of the Royal Canadian Mint logo ... The first circulation coin to bear the new Mint Mark was the 10th Anniversary Two Dollar coin, illustrated by Tony Bianco ...
€2 Commemorative Coins - Issues - 2011 Coinage
... IV the name of the issuing country SLOVENSKO is situated in the lower right part, and the year mark in the lower left part ... The initials of the coin's designer Miroslav Rónai and the mint mark appear under the name of the country ... Koningin der Nederlanden (vertically written), the year mark, the mint master mark and the mintmark appear ...
Mint Mark - Examples
... Examples of mint marks in United States coinage include P for the Philadelphia Mint, D for the Denver Mint, S for the San Francisco Mint, and W for the West Point Mint ... In the past, CC for the Carson City Mint, C for the Charlotte Mint, D for the Dahlonega Mint, and O for the New Orleans Mint were used ... Most coins of the Philadelphia Mint earlier than 1980 are unmarked, the notable exceptions being wartime nickels and the Susan B ...
Texas Centennial Half Dollar - Mints
... The mint mark for the Denver (D) and San Francisco (S) issues appears on the reverse (back) under Victory above the word THE ... The Philadelphia issues do not have a mint mark ... Date Mint Mark Mint Mintage 1934 None Philadelphia 205,113 (61,463) 1935 None Philadelphia 9,996 1935 D Denver 10,007 1935 S San Francisco 10,008 1936 None Philadelphia 10,008 (8,911) 1936 D Denver 10,007 (9 ...
Canadian Gold Maple Leaf - Palladium Maple Leaf
... These coins were struck with a mint mark, attesting to their authenticity ... All test coins struck from lot A were identified with an "A" mint mark, and all coins struck from lot B were given a "B" mint mark ... a drawing held by the Royal Canadian Mint ...

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