They are desperate fellows, these coiners, always; better be cautious.
It was easy to see by our appearance, that we were men of quality and not coiners.'
They all belong to the same gang––coiners, I believe, every one of them.
Owls, coiners, and smugglers had all been convicted of simulating ghosts.
Coiners could for the second offense be branded on the cheek F. for forgery.
She was not only given to drink, but was mixed up with thieves and coiners.
Still, it's so deserted, it might be a place for smugglers or coiners or burglars.
We can find no trace of the coiners, but we know the man who is shoving the stuff.'
In Hereford, as in other cities, there were moneyers, or coiners.
Meanwhile, at every session of the Old Bailey the most terrible example of coiners and clippers was made.