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88/729 Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926]. Click to enlarge.

Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926]

Made by in England, 1855-1926.

Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926].
Collection of coinmaking equipment including tongs, ladles, and moulds.

Summary

Object No.

88/729

Object Statement

Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926]

Physical Description

Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926].
Collection of coinmaking equipment including tongs, ladles, and moulds.

Production

Made

England 1855-1926

Notes

Probably supplied to Colonial Mints from the Royal Mint in London.

History

Notes

Used at the Sydney branch Mint from 1855 to 1926.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Royal Australian Mint, 1988

Acquisition Date

5 October 1988

Cite this Object

Harvard

Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926] 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 22 November 2019, <https://ma.as/87927>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/87927 |title=Mint equipment, coinmaking, iron, [England], [1855-1926] |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=22 November 2019 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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