What is MINT?

The place designated by law where bullion is coined into money under authority of the government. Also a place of privilege in Southward, near the king’s prison, where persons for- merly sheltered themselves from justice under the pretext that it was an ancient palace of the crown. The privilege is now abolished. Wharton.

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