National Mint digital newsletters

Started by JeanPar, January 24, 2008, 01:51:51 AM

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JeanPar

The Austrian Mint has a new web page newsletter. All you have to do is register. If you do, you receive no longer offers of new articles by post. On the other hand, the faster you see all new products. The magazine "Die M?nze" subscribers yet to be mailed.

http://www.austrian-mint.at/Newsletter

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Great idea, JeanPar. Let's add the addresses of electronic newsletters from other countries (online or by mail) and in what language they are.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

chrisild

#2
A few from "around here" - these are PDF newsletters; current and previous issues can be downloaded:

Netherlands - "Muntpers" (Dutch)
http://nl.knm.nl/domains/default/pages/content.asp?content=11720000000849_2_10000000001651&contentcode=muntpers_2008
The Dutch Mint also has a newsletter, it seems (go to the home page and click on "Nieuwsbrief"), but I do not use that.

Germany - "prägefrisch" (German)
http://www.deutsche-sammlermuenzen.de/bmf/informationen/veroeffentlichungen/praegefrisch/2007/index_2007_04.jhtml

Belgium - "MuntInfo" (Dutch)
http://treasury.fgov.be/intermunt/Nl/Muntinfo/Muntinfo.htm
Belgium - "MonnaieInfo" (French)
http://treasury.fgov.be/intermunt/fr/Muntinfo/Muntinfo.htm

Switzerland - "Swissmint Info" (German)
http://www.swissmint.ch/de-startseite.swissmint-info.html
Switzerland - "Swissmint Info" (French)
http://www.swissmint.ch/fr-documentation-publications.html

Christian

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#3
You can sign up for the UK mint electronic newsletter in the lower right corner of this page. The newsletter is in the queen's English! How dare you ask? ;)

(Read with French accent)
We 'ave been unable to come uppe wif a French word for newsletter, but we 'ave one 'ere, in French, bien sûr.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

chrisild

Le site de la Monnaie de Paris a également une version anglaise. Quant à l'infolettre (ou bulletin), voir ici:
http://www.monnaiedeparis.com/newsletter/index.htm
(Mais je ne sais pas si ça veut dire que le newsl---bulletin est en anglais.)

Et puis la Monnaie des Etats-Unis. Monolingue bien sûr. ;D
http://www.usmint.gov/email/index.cfm?action=newsletters

Christian

Coinman

Hello everyone,

I am a new member and wanted to add the United States Mint to your growing list in links.

Regards,
Stan