Allow me to examine you likewise, and I will give you a doubloon.
Whoever had drawn the map had called the peninsula "Doubloon Spit."
What then should there be in this doubloon of the Equator that is so killing wonderful?
It so chanced that the doubloon of the Pequod was a most wealthy example of these things.
As the black paddled me on shore, I asked him if he would like to obtain a doubloon.
“It is a doubloon,” he explained to his brother after studying it a bit.
"A doubloon, if you pull to please me," said a voice distinctly from the boat.
Here's a doubloon for you, Jack; and all for the sake of old times.
Why, especially, should they put a doubloon in their father's pocket-book?
Here's a Spanish doubloon; this is an English sovereign; an' there's a Dutch piece.