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Headquarters (Madrid).

The Royal Spanish Mint (Spanish: Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre – Real Casa de la Moneda, abbreviated as FNMT-RCM) is the national mint of Spain.

In 1893, two organizations, the Casa de la Moneda (Mint) and the Fábrica del Sello (Stamp Factory) merged to create the Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre. Previously, they had shared a building in Plaza de Colón, but were independent of one another.

Banknote production began in 1940. A new building came into use in 1964, in which the passport and national identification card were produced. Later, bingo cards and tickets for the state-run lottery were produced.

Two plants, in Madrid and Burgos, are currently operational. Some of the FNMT-RCM's product lines are ISO 9001 certified.

The FNMT-RCM is a part of the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Finance.

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