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Spanish Royal Mint - Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre
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Mint NameSpanish Royal Mint, Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre
DescriptionOfficial Spanish Mint
Addressc/ Jorge Juan, 106 28071 Madrid, Spain
Telephone0034 91 566 65 56
Fax0034 91 504 29 43
LanguagesSpanish, English

The Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre – Real Casa de la Moneda (Royal Spanish Mint) (FNMT-RCM) brings to the manufacture of each of its products the experience gained from over a hundred years of know-how, the guarantee of an organization that applies strict monitoring and security mechanisms, and the commitment to collaborate with both public and private companies. But most of all, it champions the future and the development of last generation technology. All of this enables the corporation to offer the maximum quality for each of the solutions within their many fields of production.
The FNMT-RCM is a public business entity under the umbrella of the Ministry of Economy and Finance. It is a corporation acting as a true public service, because of the type of work it performs. On the other hand, it is open to collaboration with private entities in situations where there are security requirements and a need for strict monitoring of production, an area in which the FNMT-RCM has gained the recognition and trust of the general public.
All of its activities are based on integrated security, applied to the corporation’s production processes, to their products, to the processing of information and to its facilities.
With the minting of what was the last 100 Peseta coin on June 19, 2001 the issue of the peseta was finalized and the plates and dies became museum pieces for the reminiscence of future generations. Subsequently, on March 1, 2002, the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre – Royal Spanish Mint (FNMT-RCM) inaugurated a new period in its history of minting, making it possible for Spanish citizens to live on a daily basis with the Euro.
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