Mono-ply Plated Steel Coins and Coin Blanks
The Royal Mint is the world’s leading export mint with around 40 countries procuring their circulation coin and coin blank requirements from us each year.
As raw material costs increase, more and more countries are choosing plated coins and blanks which offer significant advantages over homogeneous products.
The Royal Mint’s superior mono-ply plating process is suitable for coins and coin blanks. It offers central banks, issuing authorities and governments a variety of benefits compared to other coin and blank products, including increased seigniorage, significant cost savings and exceptional wear-resistance, which leads to a long lifetime in circulation and market-leading cost of ownership.
Mono-ply has a single metal layer that is electroplated directly onto the steel core which results in a very strong bond between the plated material and the steel core.
Mono-ply technology is available in nickel-plate, copper-plate and brass-plate, for both mono- and bi-colour coins and blanks.
With the highest quality design expertise and detailed engraving skills, added to the benefits that the mono-ply plating process provides, working with The Royal Mint to produce your country’s circulation coins or coin blanks will deliver a product that is second to none. And with a typical coin lifetime in circulation of 25-30 years, the total cost of ownership for circulating coins or coin blanks is the lowest in the market.
If you’d like to find out more about the benefits of The Royal Mint’s mono-ply plating technology, please call one of our Sales team on +44 (0)1443 623852 or e-mail us at email@example.com
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