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Started by Pabitra, January 20, 2018, 07:37:18 AM
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QuoteThe Canadian mint would not comment on whether it may seek further damages from the production of other colourful coins. "The court documents define the scope of our claim. We can't say anything else while the matter is before the courts,"
Quote from: Pabitra on January 20, 2018, 11:45:36 AMIf Canadians claim product patent then all coloured coins will fall under it, including the European 2 Euros, coloured variations of which are sold by all mints.
QuoteThe statement of claim clarifies that the Canadian mint first applied for a patent on a "method of printing an image on a metallic surface, particularly on a coin surface" in 2006. The patent was open for public inspection from 2007 and granted in 2013.