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Face Value

A readily ascertainable amount of money determinable from the words of a written instrument alone without the aid of any other source.

The face value of an instrument such as a financial document is only the amount shown on it, without the inclusion of interest or fees customarily added or reference to its actual market value.

face value

n. in shares of stock, the original cost of the stock shown on the certificate, or "par value."

face value

(First blush), noun appearance, manifestation, semblance, visual impact

face value

(Price), noun price charged, quoted price, sum, total, worth
See also: cost, face amount, par, price
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The differential constructions of value created by international money systems had not only driven a wedge between face value and "true" worth, rupturing the identity of the sign, but also placed in jeopardy the solid form of sovereign coins, now prey to allegedly proliferating illicit practices of clipping, sweating, melting down, and re-rendering into multifarious artifacts for ungovernable international exchange.
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Members are forbidden from selling their tickets for more than face value, said Jack French, the Tournament of Roses' chief executive officer.
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OID arises when the purchaser of a bond (in effect, the lender of funds) agrees to pay an amount less than face value on the bond's original issue date.
And just in case a buyer was worried about lending for 20 years to such a dubious credit, there was a guarantee: If the company's bonds are not upgraded to investment grade within the next 10 years, it will buy all the bonds back, at face value.
Beneficiaries of cash value insurance receive only the face value of the policy and not the accumulated cash value.