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The Tower Mint and the Royal Platinum Wedding 

The London Tower Mint produced commemorative sovereigns on the occasion of the Platinum wedding of the British Royal Couple with their brand-new TMP-350 from Sack & Kiesselbach. The designs were made by Raphael Maklouf owner of the Tower Mint and known to the numismatic world as creator of the third portrait of Queen Elizabeth circulating between 1985 and 1997.

This link brings you to a film featuring the first strike ceremony.
https://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/west-london-news/the-queen-70th-wedding-anniversary-13928325

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Mint News Quarterly - September 2017

Fast Forward Technology - The first TMA starts working at the Mint of Poland

Article in Currency Publications Ltd / Fr. Dr. Ursula Kampmann - Release 04/17

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MünzenRevue - November 2016

International coin trend journal - Netzwerk der Leidenschaft

This article about Sack&Kiesselbach we can unfortunately only supply you in German.

Article from Mr. A.-M. Beck - Founder and honorary president of the World Money Fair

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IHK Magazin November 2016

Marke Niederrhein - Maschinen für Europameister-Medaillen

This article about Sack&Kiesselbach we can unfortunately only supply you in German.

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Fast-Forward Technology put to the Endurance Test

S&K Newsletter 09-17 / TMA-350

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We're moving!

Sack & Kiesselbach is acquiring its new head office on the same day as its 125th anniversary. From March onwards, we will be working on the other side of the Rhine River, just a few kilometres away as the crow flies.

Our new contact details

(as of 29 February 2016)


Sack & Kiesselbach Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Langster Str. 9
40668 Meerbusch
 
Telephone: +49 (0) 2150 75 62-0
Fax.: +49 (0) 2150-75 62-100

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Gold for Germany!

Sack & Kiesselbach is involved.

Krakow, 31 January: Germany is the European handball champion. We congratulate them and are proud - of ourselves. Because we too played our part in the triumph. The medals for the European handball championship were minted on a Sack & Kiesselbach press. In world champion quality of course.

The renowned Mint of Polen was responsible for manufacturing them. The medals are 88 mm in diameter and weigh 250 g. The basic material consists of brass (tombak) and were plated with 24 carat gold or coated with 999 sterling silver for the different versions.

The Artur Gosiewski design stands for dynamics, team spirit and a challenge. We think that this also applies to Sack & Kiesselbach.

 

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