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COIN, commerce, contracts. A piece of gold, silver or other metal stamped by authority of the government, in order to determine its value, commonly called money. Co. Litt. 207; Rutherf. Inst. 123. For the different kinds of coins of the United States, see article Money. As to the value of foreign coins, see article Foreign Coins.

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the artistry in coinage of Pakistan, which is usually overlooked due
'And this year we thought of doing it on the theme of coinage, which combines history and art while adding to people's knowledge of the country's coins issued over the years,' she said while also sharing some information about SBP's Money Museum, the only specialist economic and central banking museum in the country designed to educate and inform people about Pakistan's economic and banking history as well as the origin and role of the SBP.
The clarity of their vision and the depth of their commitment is evident by the fact that Pakistan came into being within just seven years after the resolution was passed.' Referring to the exhibition, he said' 'this exhibition is unique in the sense that history is told through art by highlighting the artistry in coinage of Pakistan, which is usually overlooked due to small size of coins'.
"The entire history of Indian coinage, starting from about 6th century BCE to the beginning of the 21st century CE, is well represented along with the dioramas depicting various techniques of coin production.
The machines are continuously filled through the cooperation and coordination of the Public Treasury Authority (PTA) and the Coinage Authority, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, eventually facilitating for citizens obtaining metro tickets without standing in long queues waiting for change.
Plautus's comparison of a new bawdy form of comedy to the new coinage is as wise as it is old.
Our best was a coinage, sleigh foray (11), sled journey or raid.
Since nearly all coins of copper and nickel had been melted down for production of weapons and other military equipment during the last desperate days of the war, by 1921 virtually no German coinage remained in circulation (Rontgen, 1984).
The first contains a small amount of ordinary coinage which symbolises the Sovereign's gift for food and clothing.
But King George VI declined, as they had never been issued, were not deemed to be official UK coinage and had not gone through the Royal Proclamation process.
Head for tales of Britain's fascinating coinage history at a new interactive tourist attraction in South Wales.
The latest is the General repeating the coinage ' Presstitute' for the media.