Due to the corona pandemic, Swissmint has not been able to supply delivery addresses outside of Switzerland and Liechtenstein since the beginning of April 2020. For many countries, the delivery conditions have improved, so that from 1 July 2020 Swissmint will again accept orders for foreign delivery addresses and their delivery.
All Swissmint shipments are made by registered mail. Parcels and letters are delivered without a signature depending on the situation in the country of destination. The corresponding proof of delivery applies. Depending on the country, the delivery times published by Swiss Post cannot be met.
Detailed information by Swiss Post and existing restrictions for deliveries outside Switzerland and Liechtenstein can be found under the following links:
Revised General terms and conditions (GTC) Swissmint
Swissmint revised its general terms and conditions (GTC) as of 1 July 2020. The revised version is available at:
Bern, 30 June 2020
Dear Swissmint client,
Owing to the restrictions in connection with the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Swissmint has decided to postpone the planned issue date of 7 May 2020.
All commemorative coins planned for issuance in May will now be issued on the next scheduled issue date of 3 September 2020. The following coins will therefore be offered for sale on 3 September 2020:
Please note that we are unable to accept reservations or pre-orders for any of the numismatic products listed above. On the issue date of 3 September, the products will be available to order either via our webshop www.swissmintshop.ch or using the order form that will appear in the forthcoming edition of our customer magazine "Heads or Tails".
Bern, 7 April 2020
Swissmint has discovered that fraudulent emails written in English are being sent in its name. They are sent from an address ending in "@spc-gmh.org" and have the subject line «INVOICE UPDATE!». The – as yet unknown – perpetrators attempt to gain information on invoices and demand that payments be stopped. The reason given is an apparent bank audit.
Please note that Swissmint never sends this kind of email, nor does it demand such information from its clients. Do not answer such emails or respond to any requests for confidential information. Ideally, these emails should be deleted unopened.
Swissmint is working to pinpoint the origin of these fraudulent emails.
Bern, 7. April 2020
Dear Swissmint client,
Effective immediately, Swissmint CANNOT accept any foreign orders for its numismatic products, due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This is because the dispatch of products can no longer be guaranteed at present. Swiss Post has stopped accepting international letters and parcels for many countries. Even in countries to which it would still be possible to dispatch goods, delivery would be without a signature (confirmation of receipt of goods). Consequently, Swissmint CANNOT ship products abroad or accept orders from foreign recipients until further notice.
Thank you for your understanding.
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