Definition of Doblons
1. doblon [n] - See also: doblon
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Literary usage of Doblons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Theory and Practice of Commerce and Maritime Affairs by Gerónimo de Uztáriz (1751)
"... which at the l< moderate price of 3 doblons, amount to 4^0 ... wrought up yield 190 yards, "which at " the rate of 2 doblons a yard, amount to 380 ..."
2. Rambles in the Footsteps of Don Quixote by Henry David Inglis (1840)
""Six years I continued to lead this life, and at the end of that time I had made up a very pretty store of doblons from the surplus and parings of secret ..."
3. The British Empire Series (1902)
"The only gold of Spain, however, seen on the Rock arc the 25-peseta pieces known as " doblons de Isabel," and they are not common. ..."
4. Catalogue of the Stowe Manuscripts in the British Museum by Bertram Ashburnham Ashburnham, Charles O'Conor (1895)
"The Princes of Italy doe beginne to quake, and this King to lay his hand on his conscience, for the Spanish doblons are verie current in Province, ..."
5. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1832)
"80S ounces x480 troy grains-^-1000 either dollars, or doblons of average weight=416 grains 64. Then, as 7000 grains;10000 decimal grains; ;416'61:= 595.2 ..."
6. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1832)
"... troy grains-H,000 either dollars, or doblons of average weight=416 grains 64. Then, as 7000 grains; 10000 decimal grains: :416'64= 595.2 ..."