On a very few is found the horse, surviving from the old Macedonian mintage.
He grows aweary and lies down to sleep—to sleep and wake no more, deeding to us the mintage of his love.
The "dimes" and "half-dimes" of our own mintage, though long legalized, were but slowly naturalized.
He dipped into a side coat-pocket for the mintage of the Solomons and stripped off a stick from the handful of pressed sticks.
In this way his letters became what they are, like coins put in the pyx, and mintage that survives the best of the goldsmiths.
Herbert's poems are full of this sterling sense and philosophical reflection—the mintage of a master mind.
But whoever thinks of purchasing English mintage except for bullion?