mintmark


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a mark on a coin that identifies the mint where it was produced

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The Perth Mint's 'P' mintmark and 2012 year-date are included in the reverse design.
This set included one representative of each year and mintmark within the Lincoln cent series for 1909 to present, and was graded by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS, a division of Collectors Universe, NASDAQ: CLCT) as the best ever complete registry set for the category.
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To the left are the pick and hammer forming the mintmark of Den Kongelige Mynt AS (the Royal Norwegian Mint) and the engraver's initials, OH.
Gold coins, especially those with the prized `CC' or Carson City mintmark designation were in high demand.
The United States Branch Mint in Charlotte, operated from 1838 to 1861, producing limited issues of coins bearing the "C" mintmark, from gold mined in North Carolina.
Underneath: the crossed pick and hammer mintmark of the Royal Norwegian Mint and the initials, JEJ, of the director of the Mint Jan Erik Johansen.
The mintmark of the Royal Norwegian Mint, the crossed pick and hammer, and the initials of the director of the Mint, JEJ (Jan Erik Johansen), are placed underneath the vessel on the right half of the coin.
Below the motif: the denomination 20 KR flanked by the crossed pick and hammer mintmark of the Royal Norwegian Mint and the initials of the director of the Royal Norwegian Mint, JEJ (Jan Erik Johansen), all of which appear above NORGE (Norway) and the year, 1999.
From misalignments and doubled die marks to doubled mintmarks and more, discussion opens with error explanations and covers how to locate them and what they mean for a coin's increased collectible value.