A coin or medal freshly minted from an original die at a time after the first issue.

re′strike′ v.


vb (tr)
to strike again


(v. riˈstraɪk; n. ˈriˌstraɪk)

v. -struck, -struck -strick•en, -strik•ing, v.t., v.i.
1. to strike again.
2. a coin freshly minted from dies of an earlier issue.
3. a new print made from an old lithographic stone, metal engraving, woodcut, or the like.


An impression taken from a sculptor’s mold at some time after the original edition.
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Photo recce was flown daily in order to assess damage and determine areas for restrike. Final photo battle damage assessment (BDA) showed among others that (1) the Bridge had been rendered unserviceable to such an extent that a shuttle operation to cross the Song Ma was required, (2) 59 rail cars at the railroad ferry terminal and 21 at the railroad yard were destroyed and the railroad tracks interdicted, (3) two POL tanks with a combined capacity of 1,678 metric tons were damaged, (4) the thermal power plant's transformer yard was severely damaged, and (5) of the 25 AAA and 3 SA--2 sites, five were damaged, four destroyed and seven silenced.
He focused on restrike die operation to fill the sharp corners of automotive panels and low-energy method to calculate the springback [53].
Other features of the G2c include a striker-fire, double-action trigger system with restrike capability, a manual external safety, a Mil-STD 1913 Picatinny rail and more.
In case of DC arc discharges, the well-known time-resolved pattern described in the literature is the so-called restrike mode of the anode attachment (also called arc root) movement in plasma torches [6, 7].
The DAO Striker On the subject of triggers, the Spectrum has a double-action-only (DAO) striker with restrike capability.
Profiles of the secondary voltage reveal that as the pressure in the chamber increased, there was a correspondingly increased propensity for restrike to occur.
Where we have frequent blackouts, we must look for a lighting system that will have a quick restrike time if power is lost.
Traditional technology is either susceptible to vibration and/or requires up to 20 minutes of warm-up time following a restrike. This is lost productivity and a source of frustration for many mine operators.
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Restrike capable, the double-action-only trigger has a total travel of 0.5 inch.
It is precisely engineered for performance today and for 100,000 hours of use, with a virtually maintenance-free design, zero restrike time and lightweight construction.
LEDs also don't have restrike time, adds Jim Brodrick, solid-state lighting technology manager at the U.S.