coinage

[ koi-nij ]SEE DEFINITION OF coinage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COINAGE

Now a mint was set up in Eden Vale, and the coinage underwent a reform.

Then he has mines of silver and copper, and the King has given him the care of the coinage.

It was, indeed, a realm where this coinage did not circulate.

There's many a coinage costlier than ever the mint fashioned; he may requite me thus.

The money, the coinage, perhaps, is the great reminder after all.

I found that almost any coinage was useful for purchasing in the market-places.

From the conquest up to the year 1857 there was no Philippine coinage.

The coinage is to be brought more into line with commercial requirements.

He thinks it very hard that he cannot buy one with his own coinage, as he used to do in England.

The coinage of the gold four- and eight-gulden was suspended.

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