List of foreign countries with coinage struck at the Royal Canadian Mint


List of foreign countries with coinage struck at the Royal Canadian Mint

Since its opening in 1908, the Royal Canadian Mint has produced coinage and planchets for over 73 countries. This list of foreign countries with coinage struck at the Royal Canadian Mint lists countries that have been serviced by the Crown corporation, as listed on the website of the [http://www.coinscan.com/for/foreign.html Canadian Numismatic Publishing Institute] .

* Algeria
* Argentina
* Australia - Most recently produced was 1981 20c coin
* Bahamas
* Bangladesh
* Barbados - As recently as 2004-2005 [ [http://www.barbadosadvocate.com/NewViewNewsleft.cfm?Record=19560 Barbados Advocate "CWC 2007 COINS?", December 06th, 2004] ]
* Bermuda
* Bolivia
* Botswana
* Brazil
* Cayman Islands
* China
* Colombia
* Costa Rica
* Cuba
* Cyprus
* Czech Republic
* Dominica
* Dominican Republic
* Ecuador
* El Salvador
* Ethiopia
* Fiji
* Ghana
* Guatemala
* Haiti
* Honduras
* Hong Kong
* Iceland
* India
* Indonesia
* Iran
* Iraq
* Isle of Man
* Israel
* Jamaica
* Jordan
* Lebanon
* Macau
* Madagascar
* Malawi
* Malaysia
* Mexico
* Nepal
* Netherlands Antilles
* New Zealand
* Newfoundland (Prior to joining Canadian Confederation)
* Nicaragua
* Norway
* Oman
* Panama
* Papua New Guinea
* Philippines
* Portugal
* Singapore
* Slovakia
* Spain
* Sri Lanka
* Syria
* Taiwan
* Tanzania
* Thailand
* Trinidad and Tobago
* Tunisia
* Turks & Caicos
* Uganda
* Ukraine
* United Arab Emirates
* United Kingdom
* United States of America
* Venezuela
* Yemen
* Zambia

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