- coin money,
- coin of the realm,
- coin silver,
- coinage bronze,
- coincident indicator
Origin of coinage
Examples from the Web for recoinage
This cut silver gradually found its way back to the mint for recoinage, usually to the loss of the last owner.Stories of Old Kentucky|Martha Grassham Purcell
Being a powerful factor in the little state, they agitated, and the recoinage of 1345 was the result.
Before actually commencing the recoinage, the question of standard had been carefully considered.
The resolutions of the House of Commons on which this recoinage depended were passed on the 10th May 1774.
Meanwhile strenuous exertions were making to hasten the recoinage.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
late 14c., "currency, money," from Old French coignage, from coignier "to coin" (see coin (n.)). Meaning "act or proces of coining money" is from early 15c.; sense "deliberate formation of a new word" is from 1690s, from a general sense of "something invented" (c.1600).