Definition of Recoinages

1. Noun. (plural of recoinage) ¹



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Definition of Recoinages

1. recoinage [n] - See also: recoinage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recoinages

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

Literary usage of Recoinages

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1911)
"It is certain, that in all Countries of Europe, where by recoinages or Proclamations, the current Specie has been debased; the nominal Price of Goods did ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1868)
"h the proposed unification were even to reach two millions of dollars, it would be speedily reimbursed in the saving of further recoinages, brokerages, ..."

3. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William B. Dana (1868)
"... and recoinages under the present system by the mints of different nations are a constant and needless diminution of the monetary wealth of the world. ..."

4. Elementary Facts Bearing on the Silver Question with Suggestions as to Their by Joel Frederick Vaile (1896)
"COMPARISON OF WORLD'S TOTAL COINAGE (AFTER DEDUCTING recoinages) WITH WORLD'S ... (For recoinages 1873-1892, see " Coinage Laws and Appendix, 1894 " p. 102. ..."

5. Economics and Jurisprudence by Henry Carter Adams (1897)
"It is certain, that in all Countries of Europe, where by recoinages or Proclamations, the current Specie has been debased ; the nominal Price of Goods did ..."

6. The Story of Money: A Science Hand-book of Money Questions by Edward Cornelius Towne (1900)
"recoinages always meant debasement of the coin, on the rascal principle in favor ... There were four recoinages under Louis XIV., and five under Louis XV. ..."

7. Money and Banking Illustrated by American History by Horace White (1896)
"M. Calonne, Comptroller-General under Louis XVI., has given us a list of the principal recoinages prior to his time, of which there were four in the reign ..."

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