face value

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In November, 1791, the assignats were worth 52 per cent of their face value.

Indeed, if one interpreted their attitude at its face value, the shoe was on the other foot.

At face value, how splendidly it simplifies the Dardanelles problem!

At the face value of the paper, or at the price for which it had been purchased?

Apparently McNeill took the statement easily, upon its face value.

Paper money is a promise to pay its face value in gold or silver.

It is always wrong to accept a dream-meaning at its face value.

The face value of the four stamps, added together, was one crown.

They were slow-thinking men, accustomed to taking things at face value.

Each of those cards was good at his own restaurant for its face value.

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