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List of mints

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List of mints

Mints are facilities that mint coins or print banknotes.

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Australia 2
  • Austria 3
  • Belgium 4
  • Brazil 5
  • Bulgaria 6
  • Canada 7
  • Chile 8
  • China 9
  • Colombia 10
  • Colonies Françaises du Pacifique 11
  • Costa Rica 12
  • Croatia 13
  • Czech Republic 14
  • Denmark 15
  • Egypt 16
  • Finland 17
  • France 18
  • Germany 19
  • Greece 20
  • Hong Kong 21
  • Hungary 22
  • India 23
  • Indonesia 24
  • Ireland 25
  • Israel 26
  • Italy 27
  • Japan 28
  • Kazakhstan 29
  • Lithuania 30
  • Malaysia 31
  • Mexico 32

Argentina

Australia

Austria

  • Austrian Mint

Belgium

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

Chile

  • Santiago mint (Casa de Moneda de Chile) [1]. Established 1743.

China

Colombia

Colonies Françaises du Pacifique

Costa Rica

Croatia

Czech Republic

Mint of the Heart of Europe

Denmark

Egypt

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hong Kong

Hungary

  • Magyar Pénzverő (Hungarian Mint)

India

Mumbai Kolkata Hyderabad Noida

Indonesia

Ireland

Israel

  • Israeli Coins & Medals Corporation

Italy

Japan

Kazakhstan

  • Banknote Factory of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan
  • The Kazakhstan Mint of the National Bank of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Lithuania

  • Lithuanian Mint

Malaysia

Mexico

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