No harm to you if you make a failure; loads of minted money if you make a hit.
In the land of "El Dorado" the sands of the rivers can be coined into minted money.
The bulk of the coins were Danish, minted by Danish kings of Northumbria.
It is improbable that coins of this type were minted after the sixth century.
Every dollar of it is minted with women's tears and children's cries of hunger.
It was of the same size of the minted half-eagle, but contained more of gold.
This coin is peculiar to Castile, and is not minted in any other province.
Why leave it there, since gold and silver were minted to be spent?
If properly utilised, the recreations can be minted into veritable gold.
Her palfrey was of good race, and speedy; the harness and trappings upon him were worth a thousand livres in minted coin.