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One of the rare mintage of 1903, circulated for a short time only and warranted good as new.
THE GENIAL IDIOTJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
The whole volume is of true mintage, bearing the impress of Dr. Jowett's ripest thought and fruitful mind.
THE WHOLE ARMOUR OF GODJOHN HENRY JOWETT
He dipped into a side coat-pocket for the mintage of the Solomons and stripped off a stick from the handful of pressed sticks.
Herbert's poems are full of this sterling sense and philosophical reflection—the mintage of a master mind.
He put his hand into a pocket in the lining of his "soubreveste" and took out a golden "Lion" of the King's recent mintage.
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
In this way his letters became what they are, like coins put in the pyx, and mintage that survives the best of the goldsmiths.
CHARLES CARLETON COFFINWILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS, D. D.
We only accept: depth is a pseudo-standard with us; one earthquake could bury a coin of recent mintage 120 feet below the surface.
On a very few is found the horse, surviving from the old Macedonian mintage.
But whoever thinks of purchasing English mintage except for bullion?
It is also apt to be laden to the point of obscurity with strange verbal mintage of the author's own.

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