doubloon

Loosely applied nickname for Spanish or Spanish-American 16th-19thC gold coins, in particular the dobla escudo.

Doubloon

• (a.) A Spanish gold coin, no longer issued, varying in value at different times from over fifteen dollars to about five. See Doblon in Sup.
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doubloon

noun a former Spanish gold coin
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Doubloon

Doub·loon' noun [ French doublon , Spanish doblon . See Double , adjective , and confer Dupion .] A Spanish gold coin, no longer issued, varying in value at different times from over fifteen dollars to about five. See Doblon in Sup.
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Doubloon

A doubloon was a Spanish and Spanish American gold coin in use until the late 19th century. It was originaly valued at double the value of the pistole, from whence its name derived, by the end of the 19th century it was equivalent to twenty-one shillings sterling. The doubloon was divided into 100 reals. The doubloon of Spain was, around 1900, equi...
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Doubloon

A gold coin, originally of Spanish origin but used as a general term for gold coins.
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doubloon

A golden Spanish coin. Worth about seven week's pay to an average sailor.
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doubloon

A Spanish gold coin.
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Doubloon

A Spanish-American gold coin originally valued at $16.00.
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Doubloon

Doubloon is slang for money.
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doubloon

favorite pirate booty was this Spanish gold coin
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Doubloon

gold coin minted by Spain or Spanish colonies, worth about seven weeks pay for an average sailor.
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doubloon

Loosely applied nickname for Spanish or Spanish-American 16th-19thC gold coins, in particular the dobla escudo.
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Doubloon

Popular name of a Spanish gold coin originally valued at 4 dollars.
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doubloon

Popular slang name given to Spanish gold 8escudo pieces of the Conquistador era, often associated with pirate treasure; also, a medal in special circumstances Mardi Gras doubloon.
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doubloon

[n] - a former Spanish gold coin
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