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Lisa Elward, the Royal Mint's head of international sales and bullion, said: "We are thrilled to be able to add minted bars bearing the historic Royal Mint Refinery marque to our bullion range.
He also says that the Royal Mint has an unhealthy monopoly on the production of the blanks from which British currency is minted.
During a period of some thirty years spanning the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, the mint had essentially been in the hands of a single man, Richard Martin, whose responsibilities covered the entire process of making, checking, and accounting for the coin produced, including appointing a jury of experienced goldsmiths to assay newly minted coins.