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1794-1917:

AM: Annensk 1789-1799

БM: St.Petersburg 1796

CM St.Petersburg 1796-1801

CM Sestroretsk 1763-1771

CП: St.Petersburg 1798-1800

СПБ: St.Petersburg 1724-1915

СПM: St.Petersburg 1757-1847

ДM: Moscow 1730

EM: Jekaterinburg 1762-1877

HД: Moscow 1704-1730

KД: Moscow 1725-1730

KM: Kolpina 1810

KM: Kolivan 1781-1848

MД: Moscow 1704-1740

MM: Moscow 1730-1796

MMД: Moscow 1741-1758

MSH: Warsaw 1842-1854

ИM: Izhorsk 1811-1821

TM: Feodosia 1787-1788

BM: Warsaw 1850-1864

*: Paris 1896-1899

**: Brussels 1897-1899

 

1917-1991

Л: Leningrad 1991

ЛMД: Leningrad 1975

M: Moscow 1991

 

1992-

M: Moscow 1992-

MMД: Moscow 1992-

Л: St.Petersburg 1992-1997

ЛMД: St.Petersburg 1992-1997

CП: St.Petersburg 1997-

СПБ: St.Petersburg 1997-

СПМД: St.Petersburg 1997-

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I guess the list is not 100% accurate.

First of all, if you mention paris and Brussels, you'll have to list Osaka and London...at least.

Second, the years for , for example, Brussels mint are not... precise. Missing patterns 1871..

 

But it is a good start !

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I guess the list is not 100% accurate.

First of all, if you mention paris and Brussels, you'll have to list Osaka and London...at least.

Second, the years for , for example, Brussels mint are not... precise. Missing patterns 1871..

 

But it is a good start !

 

Actually, the list is not bad. It lists identifiable mint marks on so called "business strike" coins.

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Actually, the list is not bad. It lists identifiable mint marks on so called "business strike" coins.

Agreed. The only correction I notice at first hand is that the Warsaw mintmark (MW) has by accident been put into Cyrillic and then translated back into Latin characters.

 

RWJ

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Geez, pretty harsh are you Oldman?

 

That's what reference books are there for :ninja:

 

Harsh ? Not at all.

I've not realized that the list was supposed to list only Mintmarks and not the mints themselves as the title suggests - just read it carefully ;) See it ?? Everyone has a room for improvement !

 

RJW: In this context, I guess BM and MW were both used (again, I have not checked those "bibles"). The first one - on some copper coins if my memory is correct.

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RJW: In this context, I guess BM and MW were both used (again, I have not checked those "bibles"). The first one - on some copper coins if my memory is correct.
The mistake Bob Julian is referring to, I believe, is that "MW" was interpreted as "МШ", then transliterated as "MSH" in the above list. The Warsaw-minted roubles, for example, were struck with the Latin letters "MW" as mintmark. :ninja:

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The mistake Bob Julian is referring to, I believe, is that "MW" was interpreted as "МШ", then transliterated as "MSH" in the above list. The Warsaw-minted roubles, for example, were struck with the Latin letters "MW" as mintmark. :ninja:

Most likely !

 

However, the topic of this branch is not accurate. It should probably say something like "Mint marks on Russian coins ...." ?

 

thx,

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