He brought the wine and seven sequins, the change for the doubloon I had given him.
As the black paddled me on shore, I asked him if he would like to obtain a doubloon.
With studied carelessness I took the doubloon on my thumb, flipped it and stuck it in my pocket.
Here's a doubloon for you, Jack; and all for the sake of old times.
A doubloon ($16) was the lowest charge for a single passenger, and from that up to two, three, and even four doubloons.
Why, especially, should they put a doubloon in their father's pocket-book?
They eased the pockets of the Spanish ambassador, and threw a doubloon to the leper hiding behind the hedge.
Here's a Spanish doubloon; this is an English sovereign; an' there's a Dutch piece.
It so chanced that the doubloon of the Pequod was a most wealthy example of these things.
The doubloon is a large gold piece worth sixty-four shillings.