For a hundred guineas I'll let you into a secret and if I fail I won't ask you for a stiver.
"Not worth a stiver" is a colloquialism to express a person's poverty.
His swinging footsteps could be heard growing fainter, but no stiver of my silver had lined his pocket.
I have not a stiver to leave any one; so don't you count on that.
They must have quarreled, and stiver left Dutton, who later fell from his horse.
“I have not a stiver,” said Daley, feeling first in one pocket, then in the other.
Mrs. stiver is busy with an obstetrical case, and that town nurse of yours is off on vacation, ain't she?
Not a stiver in his pockets, nor as much as a sleeve-link to help pay for the burial.'
All the other children at his age—when they have a stiver they either save it or buy themselves something.
This poor wretch from Exeter had not a stiver about him, so they refused to shift him.