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April 18, 2009

Murray: "Segovian of the year - 2009"

The Centro Segoviano of Madrid has elected as "Segovians of the Year - 2009": Jesús Núñez Velázquez, native of Pecharroman, president and founder of the University of Alfonso X el Sabio and renound professor; and Glenn Murray, Doctor of History, great promotor of the conservation of the Segovia Heritage, and the emblematic Segovia Mint, "in which he has shown generosity and made a great personal sacrifice", according to the press release of the Centro Segoviano in Madrid.

April 18, 2009

We strike coins in the Segovia Province Museum

The Association struck nearly 300 coins for visitors of the Segovia Province Museum, from 10:00 to 14:00 hours on Saturday, April 18. This was a special caloboration of our Association with the Friends of the Segovia Province Museum. The coins were donated by the Friends of the Mint to the visitors who saw them struck.

February 15, 2009

Mint Day 2009 - VIDEO

To see a video of the celebration of Mint Day, courtesy of ZOQUEJO COM, copy and paste the following direction in your navigator:

February 14, 2009

Day of the Mint - 2009

The 2nd anniversary of "Mint Day" was celebrated in the headquarters of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Segovia, on February 14, 2009. A new publication by Dr. Glenn Murray was presented, titled "The Royal Segovia Mint, the Oldest, Most Advanced and Complete Industrial Manufacturing Plant Still Standing Today, Scientific Reasoning for its Being Declared Heritage of Mankind". See: In addition, the Association launched its new reverse die, "The Four Principal Monuments of Segovia", engraved by member Juan José Sánchez, and the hundreds of people who were present had the opportunity to strike their own coin on our hammer press.

February 4, 2009

Flood at the Mint - VIDEO

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January 22, 2009

Flooding at the Mint

During the last week of January, 2009, the Mint was subjected to severe flooding which caused problems with the restoration project. The flooding was mostly due to the fact that City Hall has not yet dredged and cleared the river in the proximity of the Mint, as required by the architects in their projects of 1998 and 2004.