New dimensions of minting
The Mint of Poland produces a coin in the shape of a sphere. An upstroke hobbing press by Sack & Kieselbach is being used for this.
The small Pacific island state of Niue is known among numismatists as publisher of unusual coin creations. The current “coin” is shaped like a sphere and shows a historical map indicating the seven new wonders of the world with crystals.
The renowned Mint of Poland undertook the realisation of this demanding project.
Control over quality and costs
The State Mint in Berlin produces bimetal/bicolour collector coins in one single processing step on a TMP by Sack & Kiesselbach.
Coins intended for circulation in collection quality are part of the standard programme of the State Mint in Berlin. When it came to the production ...