- seifert, jaroslav,
- seignette's salt,
Origin of seigniorage
Examples from the Web for seigniorage
The small profit made by the government on every penny, nickel, or dime issued, is a seigniorage charge.
Seigniorage is the right the ruler or state has to charge for coinage, or it is the charge made for coinage.
It will now be desirable to mention the charges made for coining, or seigniorage, at the principal mints.
The absence of seigniorage causes our coinage to be relatively undervalued in proportion to other gold coins.
If this full supply of money at a given moment is 100,000 pieces or dollars, a seigniorage charge of ten per cent.
mid-15c., from Old French seignorage, from seignor (see seignior).