The blank right-hand panel could be mirror as well as bullion.
Nor do they expect other people to believe this, sparking a hysteria that could make the fortunes of those with bullion.
At last the order came, and the bullion was landed under the care of the Gallician militia which was ordered to escort it to Lugo.
Gold is mined, and there being no mint, all the bullion is exported.
In England the coin when melted will sell as bullion for just as much as its weight in other coin.
Good broadcloth in their jackets, and bullion bands on their caps.
Every coin, even if of full weight would pass in its mint form for less than in bullion form.
A further reward of $1000 will be paid for the recovery of the bullion stolen.
Then he slowly untwisted the ribbon and tassel of bullion at the hilt, and gave it into her hand.
The passengers are Chinese gold-diggers, and have bullion about them.
early 15c., "uncoined gold or silver," from Anglo-French bullion "bar of precious metal," also "place where coins are made, mint," perhaps, through the notion of "melting," from Old French boillir "to boil," from Latin bullire "boil" (see boil (v.)). But perhaps it is rather from Old French bille "stick, block of wood" (see billiards).