numismatic

[noo-miz-mat-ik, -mis-, nyoo-]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or consisting of coins, medals, paper money, etc.
2.
pertaining to numismatics.
Also, numismatical.


Origin:
1785–95; < Neo-Latin numismaticus < Greek nomismat- (stem of nómisma) currency + Latin -icus -ic; akin to Greek nómos usage, law

numismatically, adverb
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numismatics (ˌnjuːmɪzˈmætɪks)
 
n
(functioning as singular) Also called: numismatology the study or collection of coins, medals, etc
 
[C18: from French numismatique, from Latin nomisma, from Greek: piece of currency, from nomizein to have in use, from nōmos use]
 
numis'matic
 
adj
 
numis'matically
 
adv

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Example sentences
In addition, the market for numismatic coins may not be the same as the market
  for precious metals or bullion coins.
Sometimes this is done by altering genuine coins to increase their numismatic
  value.
The department shall identify by rule those cash and coin items having a
  numismatic value.
Prices for numismatic products are based on the product cost plus a reasonable
  profit.
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