coinage

Rome under the early Kings did not use money but bartered specific goods for other specific goods, such as salt for pottery, grain for wood, etc. Where this system proved indequate the Romans expressed value in heads of cattle, where 1 head of cattle was worth 10 sheep. The head of cattle (pecus) became the first Roman monetary unit and from this c…...

coinage

  1. coins collectively
  2. a newly invented word or phrase
  3. the act of inventing a word or phrase

COINage

COINage, a monthly American special-interest magazine, targets numismatists and coin investors. Behn-Miller Publications, Inc. - under the joint ownership of Gordon Behn and COINage editorial director James L. Miller - originally published the magazine on a quarterly basis. In 1965 the magazine moved to a bimonthly publishing schedule, and has bee...
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Coinage

• (v. t.) The act or process of fabricating or inventing; formation; fabrication; that which is fabricated or forged. • (v. t.) Coins; the aggregate coin of a time or place. • (v. t.) The act or process of converting metal into money. • (v. t.) The cost or expense of coining money.
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coinage

mintage noun coins collectively
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Coinage

[Measurement] The Coinage (Measurement) Act 2011 (c. 17) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It amends s.1 and s.3 of the Coinage Act 1971 to allow the method for measuring and confirming the weight of coins to be set by proclamation, rather than the fixed statutory method of using a test sample of less than 1 kg in weight. T...
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Coinage

Coin'age noun [ From Coin , transitive verb , confer Cuinage .] 1. The act or process of converting metal into money. « The care of the coinage was committed to the inferior magistrates. Arbuthnot. » 2. Coins; the aggr...
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coinage

[n] - coins collectively
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