A kind of base silver money, first coined in England by Henry V., and worth about 8 pence; also, a French coin of the seventeenth century, worth about 4 pence.
A piece of metal prepared to be made into something by a further operation, as a coin, screw, nuts.
A piece or division of a piece, without spots; as, the "double blank"; the "six blank."
A roughly shaped flake or piece of raw material. Oftentimes, hunters would carry prepared blanks with them and make them into projectile points as needed.
an unstruck coin disc, the same as "planchet"
a glass cast/moulded piece for cutting
A coin worth 5 deniers ( OED. Pichon et al. suggest 10 or 12 deniers.).
1.An undecorated face with no cabinet. Also called INSERT
A piece of steel, brass or other metal machined or sintered to accommodate the character or design to be engraved.
A plain piece of restaurant/dinnerware that will be finished with additional decorating details.
Piece of sawn timber cut ready for converting into components for different applications (e.g. windows). A carton blank is a die-cut carton ready for assembly and gluing
The blank piece of metal cut and shaped to the required size but not yet struck into a coin. Also known as a planchet or flan.
Paper after is has been die-cut, but before it is folded into an envelope.
Sometimes called a planchet. Simply the piece of metal before any design is struck onto it. Usually just a simple metal disc and often specially prepared by another company for delivery to the mint.
A piece of material prepared to be made into something by a further operation. A manufactured article of a standard shape or form that is ready for final processing, as by stamping or cutting. To punch or stamp from flat stock, especially with a die.
A key before any cuts have been made, or a key that is not fully cut and is thus not yet operational.
a piece of material ready to be made into something
a four piece rock band from Stafford County/Culpeper County VA
a piece of material, typically metal, prepared in batch to be made into something (as a key) by a further operation
a piece of materiel you use to make the pen out of
Stamped out disk of metal before it is struck as a coin. Also known as a blank planchet.
undecorated glass usually made to have a cut, engraved, or acid etched decoration added.
to cut off the electron beam of a cathode ray tube (CRT).
A flat sheet of corrugated or solid fiberboard that has been cut, slotted and scored so that, when folded along the scorelines and joined, it will take the form of a box.
Envelope form after die cutting but before folding
Usually refers to a glass parison that is formed during the first step of glass molding. The piece is then transferred to a lamp worker or glass blower for final shape configuration.
The piece of metal on which the design is struck. It is also known as a disc, flan, or planchet.
An undecorated piece of dinnerware. This term usually applies when the item is scheduled for further processing.
The piece of sheet metal, produced in cutting dies, that is to be subjected to further press operations. A blank may have a specific shape developed to facilitate forming or to eliminate a trimming operation subsequent to forming.
A pressed, presintered or fully sintered compact, usually in the unfinished condition, requiring cutting, machining, or some other operation to give it its final shape. See Preforming.
A piece of metal that is cut or formed into a shape to prepare for further processing.
Unstamped and unmarked gold disk produced by refineries in preparation for minting coins and medallions. Also called a planchet.
A piece of steel, brass, or other metal machined to accommodate the characters, design, symbol, etc. to be engraved.
A flat piece of metal, usually a disc, before it is struck to apply the designs, thereby converting it into a finished coin. See planchet.
A molten glass object ready for the further creation of the Art Glass piece.
A piece of metal being prepared for coinage before the rims have been raised by passing through the upsetting mill
A piece of metal (usually round) being prepared for coinage before the rims have been raised via the upsetting mill.
An unfinished compact that has already been pressed, presintered or fully sintered but requires some other operation, such as cutting or machining, to bring it to its completed form.
A piece of metal cut or formed to regular or irregular shape for subsequent processing such as by forming, bending, or drawing. The piece of sheet stock cut out by blanking die. It will subsequently be drawn into a cup or end shell.
A die cut sheet of paper before it is folded into an envelope.
A round piece of metal made for subsequent minting into coinage.
A solid piece of molten glass which can be used for future creation of other Art Glass work.
the blank, flat piece of metal on which a coin design is struck (identical to planchet)
A solid bottom layer of glass on which other pieces of glass are positioned prior to fusing.
A blank is a small hollow glass cylinder made using a specific color technique. Several blanks can be made from one large bubble, then each blank can be used to make a single piece. The white striped blank is used for making mezzo-filigree.
An undecorated face. May also refer to a sign face without any framing or cabinet.
Pottery or porcelain which has been left undecorated. These are often sold from the factory shops as white ware and are the base shape for many designs of the time.
(1) Sheet metal stock from which a product is to be made. (2) Workpiece resulting from blanking operation.
Paper stock die cut into appropriate envelope shape. When folded, the blank becomes the desired envelope.
The flat disk of metal before it is struck by the dies and made into a coin. See Also -- planchet
Another word for planchet, the blank piece of metal on which a coin design is stamped.
A piece from any wrought product intended for subsequent fabrication by such operations as forming, bending, cupping, drawing, hot pressing.
Another term for planchet or flan: the circular piece of metal, of the size and weight of the finished coin, prior to striking. Today blanks are stamped out by machine in a high-speed process. In early times they were customarily cut with special shears from a cob of metal.
An undecorated piece of dinnerware or glassware, usually one that will be subjected to further processing for decorating.
A key that has not yet been cut to fit a lock.
a blank piece of metal on which a coin design can be stamped. Also called a planchlet.
A piece of sheet metal that has been cut for further press operation.
The die cut paper in the form of an envelope prior to folding.
In forming, a piece of sheet metal stock from which a product is made. Material, produced in cutting dies, that is usually subjected to further press operations. A workpiece that results from a blanking operation. A pre-cut metal shape for a subsequent press operation.
A flat disk of unstruck metal destined to be made into a coin. Also see: Planchet