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Coin Minting Process last Century (Past)

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This is a fun “old timey” video with modern music and simple captions. Volume up or down (you decide), the video shows old footage of past minting processes. Extremely interesting to see the step by step from smelting to the final testing processes. Did you know that it was once someone’s job to bounce each coin produced on an anvil and listen for a change in tone that indicated a coin defect? That process was called “ringing” the coin. Similar information is presented though out and it was found interesting, entertaining and educational by the reviewers.
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  •  May 1, 2020
  •  Youtube / UniversityRareCoins

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