Intaglio Industries, Inc.

Year Established: 2010

Headquarters: Waco, Texas

Number of Employees: 4

Meet The Team

Mark Bogani – CEO and Founder

Mark Bogani, CEO and Founder of Intaglio Mint, embodies the entrepreneurial spirit. He has over 25 years of experience in the securities industry and 25 years of experience as a coin collector. Plus, he’s also founded five successful startups. His startups include Intaglio Mint, Colorado Coin, Precious Metal Refiners (PMR), Rarities Vault, and Transhare Corporation.

Mr. Bogani is also passionate about coin making and collecting. Besides being a long-time collector, Mr. Bogani has experience with both the wholesale coin business (eight years) and the retail coin business (six years).  He’s a member of the American Numismatic Association (life membership) and the American Numismatic Society, and the Industry Council for Tangible Assets.

Besides his numismatic pursuits, Mr. Bogani understands financial services from both the corporate and investment side. He has served as an officer and a board member of multiple companies, both private and public.  Mr. Bogani is also an active investor. He has participated in dozens of private placements, bridge loans, convertible debentures and various other debt and equity investments with both public and private companies. Mr. Bogani is a member of the Securities Transfer Association.

Four of the five companies Mr. Bogani founded combine his entrepreneurial savvy and numismatic knowledge. Intaglio Mint is a private mint that manufacturers coins, tokens and medallions to commemorate events, places and historic remembrances. Colorado Coin (which he sold in 2007) is a retail coin store. Precious Metal Refiners (PMR) is a metals refiner.  Rarities Vault is an online and retail coin store specializing in high end numismatic investment grade coins.

Mr. Bogani’s fifth startup, Transhare Corporation, is a full service stock transfer agency and registrar specializing in publicly traded micro-cap, small-cap and mid-cap companies.  Mr. Bogani sold Transhare in July of 2017 to focus on his other businesses.

Mr. Bogani identifies his ability to pick the right team as a major factor in his success at starting new business ventures. That’s why he has surrounded himself with talented and knowledgeable people.

To learn more about how Mark Bogani and Intaglio Mint can help you, contact him at

Timothy Grat – Operations Manager

Timothy Grat, Operations Manager of Intaglio Mint, is passionate about coins and medal production. With 20 years of minting experience, Grat’s extensive knowledge includes: concept and design, tool and die, fabrication, packaged presentation, as well as fulfillment. With background in all minting techniques from the earliest forms of hand hammered coinage to the most modern technologically advanced methods Timothy has personally been active in learning, performing, and training others in these methods from the beginning of his career. This broad range of technique is used to add value to products through competitive and original custom design, avoiding a “one size fits all” approach to your project.

Grat has been actively employed in multiple mints over his career as well as personally visited the minting operations behind the scenes of many major world minting operations. Grat has been a Seminar Instructor of Minting Technology for the American Numismatic Association. He has toured extensively demonstrating minting techniques using travelling equipment set-ups. He has also given demonstrations and been a speaker for various other groups on a broad range of Numismatic topics.

Grat holds a Lean Management Bronze Certification from SME for Continuous Improvement. His professional affiliations include the American Numismatic Association (ANA), the Florida United Numismatists (FUN), and the Boy Scout of America.

Your project is in good hands with Grat. To find out more about how he can help you, contact him at

Anthony Grat – Machinist/Production Operator

Tony has recently joined Intaglio Mint, after working as a set and properties artisan for theaters in San Francisco, however he is no stranger to the art and craft of coin-making having worked as a coiner in minting previously.

While Tony manages most of the daily coining production, he is a graduate of Pickens Technical College in Denver and continues his studies of CNC machining.

As an avid hobbyist who collects exonumia and error coins, Tony’s collector passion prevails in his work at Intaglio Mint.