Mint ("Bănăria") from Ciclova Montana, the first of its kind in Romanian history that issued its cheap brass currency is active according Imperial Ordinance of February 20, 1811 between 1811-1855, with modern facilities and three hydraulic presses. Ciclova Montana then and today is ascribed administratively to Oraviţa city. The coins bore the logo "O" issues having several divisions: 3.584 pieces in 1811 struck at 3 farthings; in 1812 other 3585 at 1 crown; in 1816-3587 the value of ½ crowns pieces; in 1816, 3,588 pieces of ¼ crowns. The museum was set up in Oraviţa in a historic building, erected after 1720, with upper floor since 1777, and ...modified in 1836 by adding a balcony. After 1860 the upper floor belonged to Fira family and to Gropşianu family the ground floor. In interwar the building was called "House of Lawyers".