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Question 1: The populace often learned of a new ________ when coins appeared with the new Emperor's portrait.
Byzantine EmpireRoman EmperorRoman EmpireWestern Roman Empire

Question 2: Joachimsthal Royal Mint,[3] ________, (Jáchymovská královská mincovna in Czech language)[4]
SlovakiaCzech RepublicHungaryPoland

Question 3: ________ (reign 1547-1559) imported the new machines: rolling mill, punch and screw press.
Francis I of FranceHenry II of FranceCharles IX of FranceHenry III of France

Question 4: For example, when discussing the history of the New Orleans Mint, the usage of that mint by the ________ beginning in 1861 is a notable occurrence.
Conclusion of the American Civil WarConfederate States of AmericaMilitary of the Confederate States of AmericaAmerican Civil War

Question 5: A mint is an industrial facility which manufactures ________ for currency.
GoldCoinAncient Greek coinageCoin collecting

Question 6: Kremnica mint[5], Slovak Republic, (Mincovňa Kremnica in ________), established in 1328 is one of the oldest continuously-operating mints.
Slovak languagePolish languageBulgarian languageCzech language

Question 7: The origins of the Philadelphia Mint, which began operations in 1792 and first produced circulating coinage in 1793, are interwoven with the initiation of the Federal era of the ________.
United StatesAlaskaPhilippinesCanada

Question 8: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca dello Stato, "Printer Institute and State Mint", ________, the first mint to produce bi-metallic coins in recent times
ItalyRomeFranceSicily

Question 9: Dahlonega Mint (________)
AlaskaUnited StatesPhilippinesLanguages of the United States

Question 10: Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, ________
SpainLuxembourgDenmarkPortugal







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