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World Mints and Manufacturers

Learn more about the mints and manufacturers producing the most popular bullion across the globe. Expand your collection, or start a world coin collection, by browsing the different mints and their iconic products. 

Are Tuvalu coins minted by Tuvalu Mint? Discover Tuvalu’s popular products, mint collaborations, and more.
Do Cook Island coins come from the Cook Island Mint? Explore the Cook Islands – including their history, mint collaborations, and more.
Do Niue coins come from the Niue Mint? Discover the fusion of tradition and pop culture in Niue coins, captivating collectors worldwide.

All World Mints Resources

Credit Suisse

Credit Suisse is one of the most established and respected of all mints and financial institutions in the world. Their combined financial experience and expertise

PAMP Suisse

PAMP, an acronym for Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux, opened its doors in 1977. Its services run the gamut from mining to assaying to Precious Metal

9Fine Mint

APMEX carries 9Fine Mint Copper, Silver and Gold. These are competitively priced products made using clean technology.

Austrian Mint

After more than 800 years of producing coins, the Austrian Mint began to operate as a private company in 1988. It is the only manufacturer

Geiger Edelmetalle

Geiger Edelmetalle is one of APMEX's many minting partners around the world. Learn more about Geiger Edelmetalle and its exciting history.

Central Mint of China

The Central Mint of China manufactures some of the world’s most attractive Gold and Silver coins. Their high Precious Metal content and annual changes in

Monnaie de Paris

Monnaie de Paris is one of APMEX's many minting partners around the world. Learn more about Monnaie de Paris and its exciting history.

Mexican Mint

Banco De Mexico is one of APMEX's many minting partners around the world. Learn more about the Banco De Mexico and its exciting history.

Argor-Heraeus

Recognized worldwide, Argor-Heraeus products include Gold bars and rounds. Well-known for their metal content and range of weights and sizes, some of Argor-Heraeus’ most popular

New Zealand Mint

One of the first mints to adopt the .9999 fine standard for Gold purity, the New Zealand Mint holds itself to the highest principles of

The Perth Mint

The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint. Sir John Forrest laid the foundation in 1896 to service the needs of Western Australia, which was

Royal Australian Mint

Before the Royal Australian Mint opened in 1965, all Australian coinage was struck by the British Royal Mint in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. This new

Royal Canadian Mint

The Canadian Mint’s original refinery in Ottawa was opened under the watchful eye of Governor-General Earl Grey on January 2, 1911. Under his direction, the

Scottsdale Mint

Scottsdale Mint is a U.S.-based company that manufactures some of the most exceptional bullion products available to consumers today. They mint and deliver Precious Metal

South African Mint

The Republic of South Africa separated from the British Commonwealth in 1962. The South African Mint continued to manufacture coins reminiscent of British coins until

Sunshine Minting

Sunshine Minting has manufacturing facilities in two locations in the United States (in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and Las Vegas, Nevada) and a facility in Shanghai.

The Royal Mint

With roughly 1,100 years of history, The Royal Mint traces its legacy with Precious Metals through the trials and tribulations that Britain has endured.

U.S. Mint

Producing Gold coins and Silver coins, among other Precious Metals products, has been the responsibility of the U.S. Mint as long as it has been

Valcambi Mint

Valcambi, in Balerna, Switzerland, is one of the world’s best-known Precious Metal mints. They manage their refining operations in one of the world’s largest facilities,

What are Sovereign Mints and Private Mints?

Learn about the differences between sovereign and private mints – from production methods to popular products and more!
Credit Suisse is one of the most established and respected of all mints and financial institutions in the world. Their combined financial experience and expertise
PAMP, an acronym for Produits Artistiques Métaux Précieux, opened its doors in 1977. Its services run the gamut from mining to assaying to Precious Metal
APMEX carries 9Fine Mint Copper, Silver and Gold. These are competitively priced products made using clean technology.
After more than 800 years of producing coins, the Austrian Mint began to operate as a private company in 1988. It is the only manufacturer
Geiger Edelmetalle is one of APMEX’s many minting partners around the world. Learn more about Geiger Edelmetalle and its exciting history.
The Central Mint of China manufactures some of the world’s most attractive Gold and Silver coins. Their high Precious Metal content and annual changes in
Monnaie de Paris is one of APMEX’s many minting partners around the world. Learn more about Monnaie de Paris and its exciting history.
Banco De Mexico is one of APMEX’s many minting partners around the world. Learn more about the Banco De Mexico and its exciting history.
Recognized worldwide, Argor-Heraeus products include Gold bars and rounds. Well-known for their metal content and range of weights and sizes, some of Argor-Heraeus’ most popular
One of the first mints to adopt the .9999 fine standard for Gold purity, the New Zealand Mint holds itself to the highest principles of
The Perth Mint is Australia’s oldest operating mint. Sir John Forrest laid the foundation in 1896 to service the needs of Western Australia, which was
Before the Royal Australian Mint opened in 1965, all Australian coinage was struck by the British Royal Mint in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. This new
The Canadian Mint’s original refinery in Ottawa was opened under the watchful eye of Governor-General Earl Grey on January 2, 1911. Under his direction, the
Scottsdale Mint is a U.S.-based company that manufactures some of the most exceptional bullion products available to consumers today. They mint and deliver Precious Metal
The Republic of South Africa separated from the British Commonwealth in 1962. The South African Mint continued to manufacture coins reminiscent of British coins until
Sunshine Minting has manufacturing facilities in two locations in the United States (in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and Las Vegas, Nevada) and a facility in Shanghai.
With roughly 1,100 years of history, The Royal Mint traces its legacy with Precious Metals through the trials and tribulations that Britain has endured.
Producing Gold coins and Silver coins, among other Precious Metals products, has been the responsibility of the U.S. Mint as long as it has been
Valcambi, in Balerna, Switzerland, is one of the world’s best-known Precious Metal mints. They manage their refining operations in one of the world’s largest facilities,
Learn about the differences between sovereign and private mints – from production methods to popular products and more!

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