numismatically
adverb see numismatic

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • numismatically — numismatic ► ADJECTIVE ▪ of or relating to coins or medals. DERIVATIVES numismatically adverb. ORIGIN from Greek nomisma current coin …   English terms dictionary

  • numismatically — ]ə̇k(ə)lē, ]ēk , li adverb : from a numismatic point of view : with regard to numismatics coins in this numismatically and historically interesting series Numismatist * * * numismatˈically adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑numismatic …   Useful english dictionary

  • numismatically — See numismatic. * * * …   Universalium

  • numismatically — adverb Of or relating to coins or currency. See Also: numismatist …   Wiktionary

  • numismatically — nu·mis·mat·i·cal·ly …   English syllables

  • numismatic — numismatically, adv. /nooh miz mat ik, mis , nyooh /, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or consisting of coins, medals, paper money, etc. 2. pertaining to numismatics. Also, numismatical. [1785 95; < NL numismaticus < Gk nomismat (s. of nómisma)… …   Universalium

  • History of the English penny (1485–1603) — The Tudors (1485 ndash;1603) Henry VIIHenry Tudor, who reigned as King Henry VII between 1485 and 1509, had a rather tenuous claim on the throne, being the Lancastrian claimant via an illegitimate descendant of Edward III when all the more senior …   Wikipedia

  • numismatic — adjective Etymology: French numismatique, from Latin nomismat , nomisma coin, from Greek, current coin, from nomizein to use, from nomos custom, law more at nimble Date: 1792 1. of or relating to numismatics 2. of or relating to currency ;… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • History of the English penny (1603–1707) — The Stuarts and the Commonwealth (1603 ndash;1714) The Early Stuarts When Elizabeth died unmarried and childless in 1603, the throne passed to James VI of Scotland, a great grandson of Henry VII, who ruled in England as James I. James s silver… …   Wikipedia

  • Crown (British coin) — This article is about the British coin. For other coins called Crown , see Crown. Henry VIII HENRIC VIII RVTILANS ROSA SINE SPIA , crowned double rose flanked by crowned H and K (Henry and Katherine of Aragon); saltire stops …   Wikipedia

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