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  • The mint consists of two buildings, an administration building and a process building.
  • This process is often done by third parties, not by the mint itself.
  • But it was long before any other metal was used in the British mints. Cited from Early Britain--Roman Britain, by Edward Conybeare
  • At the time of his death he was working on a history of English country mints.
  • She also minted her own coins, which also bear her name before that of her son.
  • The Mint returned some orders for being sent in too early.
  • A number of them were connected to the crown mint in the capital.
  • The following table has the most recent numbers of coins minted by year.
  • Around this time, the first iron coins also started to get minted and used.
  • All of these stamps are quite common in both mint and used condition.
  • It was at this time the largest private mint in the world.
  • The city's first mint appears to date from this period.
  • The city minted its own coins down to the mid-third century.
  • In the past, it was a common practice for a mint to use a certain die until it broke.
  • Why are mints served at the close, rather than at the beginning of a meal? Cited from School and Home Cooking, by Carlotta C. Greer
  • In addition to the standard reverse one or two new designs are minted each year.
  • Water mint is native to much of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia.
  • Since the manufacturing process has changed over time, the mints no longer float.
  • He enlarged the castle, which became his royal palace, and created a mint.
  • He is primarily known through the coins that were minted during his reign.
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Meaning of mint

  • noun Any north temperate plant of the genus mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
  • noun Any member of the mint family of plants
  • noun The leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied
  • noun A candy that is flavored with a mint oil
  • noun A plant where money is coined by authority of the government
  • verb Form by stamping, punching, or printing
    strike coins, strike a medal