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Soho Mint was created by Matthew Boulton in 1788 in his Soho Manufactory (grid reference SP051890) in Handsworth, West Midlands, England. A mint was erected at the manufactory containing eight machines, to his own patent design, driven by steam engine, each capable of striking 70 to 85 coins per minute.In addition to copper domestic coins, silver coins were made for some of the colonies, and various trade tokens and medals were struck.

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  • Soho Mint est un atelier monétaire privé fondé par Matthew Boulton en 1788 à Handsworth, Soho, près de Birmingham, qui se chargea entre autres de la fabrication des pièces de monnaie en cuivre pour la Royal Mint.
  • Soho Mint was created by Matthew Boulton in 1788 in his Soho Manufactory (grid reference SP051890) in Handsworth, West Midlands, England. A mint was erected at the manufactory containing eight machines, to his own patent design, driven by steam engine, each capable of striking 70 to 85 coins per minute.In addition to copper domestic coins, silver coins were made for some of the colonies, and various trade tokens and medals were struck.
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  • Soho Mint was created by Matthew Boulton in 1788 in his Soho Manufactory (grid reference SP051890) in Handsworth, West Midlands, England. A mint was erected at the manufactory containing eight machines, to his own patent design, driven by steam engine, each capable of striking 70 to 85 coins per minute.In addition to copper domestic coins, silver coins were made for some of the colonies, and various trade tokens and medals were struck. Among the medals produced were the Seringapatam medal, made for the East India Company in 1801–2 to reward participants of the Battle of Seringapatam, and a medal for the Battle of Trafalgar, which Matthew Boulton produced at his own expense and gave to all those present at the 1805 battle.After the demise of the Soho Mint some of the machinery was bought at auction, in 1850, by the new Birmingham Mint of Ralph Heaton II.
  • Soho Mint est un atelier monétaire privé fondé par Matthew Boulton en 1788 à Handsworth, Soho, près de Birmingham, qui se chargea entre autres de la fabrication des pièces de monnaie en cuivre pour la Royal Mint.
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