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The process of heating the blanks and letting them cool slowly to soften them for striking.
A flat disk of metal destined to be made into a coin. See also planchet.
A piece of die steel showing the coinage devices in relief, or raised, as they are on a coin. The hub is pressed into the blank die, resulting in an incused, mirror image on the die. The die is then pressed into a planchet, or coin blank, on a coining press, to produce a coin. See also error.
A flat disk of metal destined to be made into a coin. See also blank.
An irregular hole in a coin blank sometimes the result of a lamination that has broken away. See also lamination.
Fine, incuse lines found on some Proof coins potentially caused by polishing of the blanks prior to striking.