Minting

Minting is a small village and civil parish just off the A158 road, in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England.

Minting is one of the Thankful Villages that suffered no fatalities during the Great War of 1914 to 1918.

Minting Priory was located here. Today it is a small village that has a population of about 167 people. The pub, The Sebastopol Inn, is in the centre of the village.

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Coins Of The Slovak Koruna (World War II)
... Reverse Diameter Mass Composition Edge Obverse Reverse first minting issue withdrawal 5 h 14 mm 0.94 g Zinc Smooth Coat of arms, SLOVENSKÁ REPUBLIKA1, year of minting Value 14 ... December 31 ... December ... Smooth Coat of arms, "SLOVENSKÁ REPUBLIKA", year of minting Value, Pribina, "PRIBINA + 861 KNIEŽA SLOVENSKA" 10 ... August 31 ... December 20 ... Ks 31 mm 15 g Milled Coat of arms, "SLOVENSKÁ REPUBLIKA ... JOZEF TISO - PRVÝ PREZIDENT SLOVENSKEJ REPUBLIKY", date of minting 26 ... October 20 ... Ks Coat of arms, "SLOVENSKÁ REPUBLIKA", year of minting Value, Saint Cyril and ...
Münzmeister - Middle Ages
... During Carolingian times, minting of specie became the task of royally appointed officials ... replaced by the Münzerhausgenossenschaft, or minting house cooperative ... of the cooperative were due a share of the minting profits ...
Sceat - Minting
750, saw a massive expansion of minting all over southern and eastern England to every major Anglo-Saxon kingdom one or more types can be attributed ...
Münzmeister - Modern Era
... the number of Jewish leaseholders in minting increased, not least because access of Jews to other occupations became more restricted on religious grounds ... Habsburg era in Austria and Germany, the government soon began to establish a minting system ... Besides the Münzmeister, there were other minting officials, such as the master smith, the dye-cutter, and the minter ...