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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 die used to cut coining blanks from pieces of prepared metal. See also planchet.
The press that uses blanking dies to punch blanks from prepared metal See also planchet.
Another term for planchet.
Coins that were manufactured by hammering the dies to impress the image into the coin blanks. This practice ended following the invention of the coin mill.
Nickname for the large-size currency notes that were issued prior to 1929. Large-size currency measures 7 3/8-inches long by 3 1/8-inches wide. Modern, small-size currency measures 6 1/8-inches long by 2 5/8-inches wide.
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.