This cut silver gradually found its way back to the mint for recoinage, usually to the loss of the last owner.
The only remedy was a recoinage, and this was applied by the law of 19th August 1345.
The law passed on the 4th December 1871, and the great operation of recoinage and conversion was immediately entered upon.
The doctor's remedy was a recoinage, such as was later effected.
By the recoinage of 1460 the noble was increased in weight from 108 grs.
Being a powerful factor in the little state, they agitated, and the recoinage of 1345 was the result.
Meanwhile strenuous exertions were making to hasten the recoinage.
This futile process actually reproduces itself yearly up to 1411, when at last the question of a recoinage was fairly faced.
This recoinage was carried out and finished in the third year of Henry V., 1414.
The recoinage which he advocated was not effectually completed till the second year of Elizabeth's reign, 1559.
late 14c., "currency, money," from Old French coignage, from coignier "to coin" (see coin (n.)). Meaning "act or proces of coining money" is from early 15c.; sense "deliberate formation of a new word" is from 1690s, from a general sense of "something invented" (c.1600).