Just How are Silver Coins Minted?

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A behind the scenes take a look at just how silver coins are struck.This unique excursion adheres to the procedure of producing a silver coin from raw silver to last strike. Shot at the North West Territorial Mint near Reno, NV, it covers the entire procedure of generating a one ounce silver round.Offered by Endeavour Silver Corp. as component of the Endeavour Silver Series of academic movies on all points silver. http://www.edrsilver.com. Sorry, our silver coins aren’t readily available available.

15 thoughts on “Just How are Silver Coins Minted?

  1. I hope he gets sued and has to pay restitution. What he did was wrong. It’s stealing from innocent people.

  2. As a former furnace operator / ladle man at an old style iron foundry… I understand your process well.
    And it works well.
    Nice work

  3. I am curious on the weight of your presses.
    Also curious if you use any oil or water in your polishing medium… Or just the steel beads by themselves.

  4. I’ve never seen one of these rounds for sale, anywhere. I know there is an Endeavor Silver company, I’ve just never seen any Endeavor product for sale. There are rounds commemorating that sailing ship “Endeavour” that are, I think, minted in AUS. Maybe these just go to Casa Moneda (the Mexican mint) to make Libertads, though that seems like a waste…if so, they would just ship blanks to Casa Moneda.

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