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Casa de Moneda de Chile

Chilean Mint

Casa de Moneda de Chile, also known as the Chilean Mint, is the official minting authority of Chile. It is responsible for producing coins and medals for the country and is located in Santiago, the capital city of Chile.

The history of the Chilean Mint dates back to the early 19th century when it was established in 1810. It is one of the oldest mints in the Americas and has played a significant role in Chile's numismatic history. The mint has gone through various transformations and modernizations over the years, adapting to changing technologies and minting techniques.

As an official mint, Casa de Moneda de Chile operates under the authority of the Chilean government and adheres to strict quality standards in the production of coins and medals. It produces circulating coins for general use, as well as commemorative coins and medals to mark important events, historical anniversaries, and celebrations in Chile.

The coins and numismatic products minted by Casa de Moneda de Chile are highly valued by collectors and investors both within Chile and internationally. They serve as a reflection of Chile's cultural heritage, history, and national identity.