You shall have a clay pipe if you'll run and get me half a krone's worth of chewing 'bacca.
Mr. krone, however, will tell you he has no sympathy with such cries.
When the times are ordinarily good he can earn a krone a day regularly.
"I heard of you this evening at the krone, mein Herr," he said.
The blue chips represented a krone, the white ones five Hellers.
This had the required effect, and one krone made its appearance.
Well, it ought to be a krone, but seventy-five re I will have, and thats the least.
I ought not to ask you, I expect, but would you go to the krone with me tomorrow evening?
Meanwhile the group of damsels were still in close confab, and I could see took note that the stranger had descended at the krone.
He handed the young peasant who was holding his horse half a krone, and then walked briskly into the castle.
name of currency unit and silver coin in Scandinavian countries, 1875, from Danish krone (plural kroner), Swedish krona (plural kronor), literally "crown" (see crown). Also the name of a 10-mark gold piece issued by the German Empire. So called for the devices stamped on them.