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Postcards of the Royal Canadian Mint (& others)

RCM - 12 Postcards  circa 1920

RCM - 18 Postcards
  circa 1930

RCM - 12 Postcards
  circa 1940

RCM - 12 Postcards
  circa 1960

RCM - 6 Postcards
  circa 1980

Royal Mint in London
RM 10 Postcards
  circa 1910
Royal Australian Mint in Canberra
RAM - 12 Postcards circa 1970

Htel des Monnaies - Paris Mint - 30 Postcards circa 1920

United States Mint - Philadelphia, PA
USA - 5 Slides circa 1983



THE ROYAL MINT, OTTAWA, CANADA

Archives and Royal Mint, Ottawa, Canada

These two Postcards are from prior to 1931, when the Royal Canadian Mint was known as the Royal Mint (A division of the Royal Mint in London).
In 1931, our mint in Ottawa became the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) - (The Mint in Ottawa opened in 1908).
These two cards where issued as singles and are not from a set.

U.S. Mint, Carson City, Nevada
Printed on back - 1858 Published by Richard Behrendt, San Francisco, Cal. for
Mrs K. A. Rattice, Arlington Block, Carson City, Nevada. - Printed in Germany.

Display of various coins. U.S. Mint, Philadelphia, Pa.
This card was mailed August 21, 1908 from Philadelphia to Locust Dale, Virginia.
(It notes it was a very nice day)

Postcards from any U.S. Mint showing production and/or equipment are highly collected, rarely offered and expensive.


RCM - 12 Postcards  circa 1920

RCM - 18 Postcards
  circa 1930

RCM - 12 Postcards
  circa 1940

RCM - 12 Postcards
  circa 1960

RCM - 6 Postcards
  circa 1980

Royal Mint in London
RM 10 Postcards
  circa 1910
Royal Australian Mint in Canberra
RAM - 12 Postcards circa 1970

Htel des Monnaies - Paris Mint - 30 Postcards circa 1920

United States Mint - Philadelphia, PA
USA - 5 Slides circa 1983

 

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