Definition of Recoinage

1. n. The act of coining anew.



Definition of Recoinage

1. Noun. A recoining of money. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recoinage

1. coinage [n -S] - See also: coinage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recoinage

recoil
recoil atom
recoil wave
recoiled
recoiler
recoilers
recoiling
recoilingly
recoilless
recoilless rifle
recoilless rifles
recoilment
recoilments
recoils
recoin
recoinage (current term)
recoinages
recoined
recoining
recoinings
recoins
recollapse
recollapsed
recollapses
recollapsing
recollar
recollared
recollaring
recollect
recollected

Literary usage of Recoinage

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1. Modern Currency Reforms: A History and Discussion of Recent Currency Reforms by Edwin Walter Kemmerer (1916)
"Large quantities of coin on hand in the currency note reserve were shipped at once for recoinage, and other corns were shipped as ..."

2. Money by Francis Amasa Walker (1877)
"CHAPTER XL recoinage. THE frequent allusions which have been made to losses sustained by the coin from abrasion in circulation and from the evil arts of the ..."

3. The Story of Money: A Science Hand-book of Money Questions by Edward Cornelius Towne (1900)
"recoinage OF SILVER—1816 It was because of the utter breakdown of silver, and in order to restore it to currency and service, that the measure of 1816 for ..."

4. The Growth of English Industry and Commerce by William Cunningham (1892)
"It was also explained that the circulation of base money had brought about a great rise of prices, and a hope was expressed that the recoinage would bring ..."

5. The Ways and Means of Payment: A Full Analysis of the Credit System, with by Stephen Colwell (1859)
"... Seignorage on coins for retail business — Waste and folly of incessant recoinage — Legal tender at market price the proper rule in large tram- actions. ..."

6. The History of Currency, 1252-1894: Being an Account of the Gold and Silver by William Arthur Shaw (1896)
"... of a recoinage was fairly faced. By the ordinance for, and regulation of, the money of the realm, of that year, it was provided that, " because of the ..."

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