Information about mint: La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium)

La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium) (1880 - present)

The Royal Belgian Mint strikes all official coins of Belgium. In 1969 the Mint was renamed Royal Belgian Mint, a denomination that suits the institution better given that coinage is a royal prerogative. The coins are distributed by the National Bank of Belgium. As a public institution, the Royal Belgian Mint is, in the administrative sphere, subject to the Administration of the Treasury, which makes that it comes under the Minister of Finance.

Coin Types predominantly or exclusively minted by: La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium) (1)
CountryCurrencyCoin TypeFromTo
Bulgaria Lev Two and a Half Stotinki (First Lev) 1888 1888
Coins struck by: La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium) (10)
CountryYearNameMintageMint Mark
Switzerland 1873 Twenty Francs 1873 Pattern 1,000 Angel's Head
South Africa 1874 Pattern Penny 1874 Transvaal unknown None
South Africa 1874 Pattern Penny 1874 Orange Free State unknown None
Switzerland 1874 Five Francs 1874 1,400,000 Letter B.
Bulgaria 1888 Twenty Stotinki 1888 5,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1888 Ten Stotinki 1888 10,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1888 Five Stotinki 1888 14,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1888 Two and a Half Stotinki 1888 11,646,666 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1925 Two Leva 1925 20,000,000 No mint mark
Bulgaria 1925 One Lev 1925 35,000,000 No mint mark
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La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium): Details
From Year1880
CountryBelgium
LocationBrussels
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Mint Marks used by: La Monnaie royale de Belgique / Koninklijke Munt van België (Royal Mint of Belgium)
Angel's Head

The Brussels Mint uses a small angel's head as a mint mark.

Letter B.

The Brussels Mint had the letter B with a dot after it: B. on 5 Francs coins it struck for Switzerland in 1874.

No mint mark