The year 2021 has commenced in much thesame way it concluded – with emerging opportunities for the Mint industry as well as considerable challenges.
I don’t need to tell you what an
extraordinary and difficult year 2020 has been. However, I can say that member Mints have been amazing in dealing with the year’s challenges and in responding so positively to the opportunities as they have emerged. It is a reminder to all of us of the adaptability, resilience and creativity that so characterises our industry.
As we head to the year end and Christmas period the industry has a chance to stop and reflect on a year that none of us have ever experienced before and let’s hope never will again.
The Bavarian State Mint founded in 1158, hence one of the oldest mints worldwide, took active part in an innovation process which lasted almost a decade and included a considerable part of the supply chain in the minting business.
The new £2 uncirculated coin is available in different metals, with prices ranging from £10 for a brilliant uncirculated version to £1,115 for a gold coin.
The reverse design features a missing puzzle piece, which is symbolic of a Christie narrative and you can take part in your own Christie mystery and hunt for hidden clues and surprises in the packaging.
The MDC, which began in 1962 as a small gathering for the exchange of mint-related technology information, has grown into a global mint conference representing 41 member mints from around the world.
Meanwhile, the mint industry is
undergoing a transformation.