If then the coiner be deemed worthy of death, how much more the heretic!
One of the housebreakers (the rival of the Duke of Bedford), and the coiner, were hanged.
The doctor must have gained a great deal of money by his skill as a coiner.
They were silver dollars, and bran new ones at that, as fresh as on the day which they left the coiner's hands.
But Miss Purdon is much more than a collector or coiner of picturesque and humorous phrases.
Mon′ey-mak′er, a coiner of counterfeit money; Mon′ey-mak′ing, act of gaining wealth.
He fell from bad to worse, and finally becoming the ally of a coiner, was arrested and transported for life.
In Naples, Prince James marries a girl of no position, and is arrested on suspicion of being a coiner.
On one of the rarer coins of Cunobeline an armourer or coiner is represented.
And before the coiner could offer any resistance, they knocked his weapons from his hands, and fell upon him.