Information about mint: Det Norske Myntverket (Mint of Norway; ex Den Kongelige Mynt)
|Mint name||Det Norske Myntverket (Mint of Norway; ex Den Kongelige Mynt)|
The Mint of Norway was established in 1686, and was renamed from the Royal Norwegian Mint (Norwegian: Den Kongelige Mynt) in 2004 after having been sold to private investors (the Mint of Finland and Norwegian company Samlerhuset) in 2003.
|No mint mark|
On some coins, the Mint of Norway did not have a mint mark.
|New Zealand||Ten Cents 1996||12,960,000 (13.0 million)||No mint mark|
|New Zealand||Five Cents 1996||19,008,000 (19.0 million)||No mint mark|
|New Zealand||Ten Cents 1997||8,000,000 (8.0 million)||No mint mark|
|New Zealand||Five Cents 1997||14,000,000 (14.0 million)||No mint mark|