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|mintage||Quantity of coins produced. For example, the 1 rupee coin from Seychelles has a total mintage of 2,000,000 coins in 1982.||Nicholas||2011-05-30|
|mint||A place where coins are created. Many coins will have a mint mark indicating where the coin was minted.||mint mark||Nicholas||2011-05-30|
|mint mark||Letters, monograms or symbols engraved on a coin during production. Mint marks are used to indicate where a coin was made. Examples include D for Denver on United States coins. Denmark uses a heart for coins minted in Copenhagen. Mexico uses the Mo monogram for Mexico City.||mint||Nicholas||2011-05-30|
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