Technology

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.

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Technology

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 ...

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