The legal status of the person, ethnic, or institutional authority under which any numismatic object is issued. This term can be described more closely at a secondary level (Archbishopric - Archbishopric Cologne, Swiss Federation - Canton of Graubünden etc.).
A corporation, public or private, which is related to an object in the collection.
The technique of manufacture, e.g. struck or cast.
- Object status
Term to describe the physical status of an object, e.g. present, damaged, lost, stolen...
- Peculiarity of production
A notable, characteristic or unusual physical feature of an individual numismatic object which distinguishes it from other examples of the same group, or of a group of numismatic objects that marks it out from other groups, and which is related to the process of production of a numismatic object.
- secondary Treatment
Any features which arise subsequent to the actual production of a numismatic object; for example halving, chop-marking, etc.
- Status of property
The type of ownership or legal status of property of an object in the collection, e.g. property, loan, or foreign property etc.