Coin Production Process 2
To sharpen the images of coins, the peripheries of the blanks are edged. This is followed by annealing to soften the blanks.
The obverse and reverse sides of the finished blanks are stamped with patterns, and edges are concurrently milled. Subsequently the pattern of each stamped coin is inspected, and imperfect products are taken out.
Accepted coins are strictly counted, then bagged.