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Brexit coins to be minted to mark EU exit in October


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9 minutes ago, Samarium said:

It'll take them 3yrs to settle on a design

The issue of a borderless design is splitting opinion at the mint. A compromise is to just issue it first and see if it works. Worst case, they can always do a recall and just reissue with an enhanced border.

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21 hours ago, swAgger said:

The issue of a borderless design is splitting opinion at the mint. A compromise is to just issue it first and see if it works. Worst case, they can always do a recall and just reissue with an enhanced border.

It's easier when only one man takes all decisions, like in Russia.

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