In other words, the gross revenue from the introduction of this first batch of copper coins
in 1823 was about 2.
note: Ochavo: Means both one-eighth and the Spanish copper coin
weighing an eighth of an ounce and worth 2 maravedis.
Japanese mint officials will report on a technique used in producing gold, silver and copper coins
commemorating the World Cup soccer finals to be co-hosted by Japan and South Korea from May 31 to June 30.
Meanwhile, 30 million 500 yen copper coins
will also be minted, but will sell for their face value, they said.
The poor widow who offers two copper coins
is praised as follows: "This poor widow gave more than all those who are contributing to the treasury" (Mark 12:43; Luke 21:1-4).
In the mood of the New Year and for the sake of auspiciousness, shopkeepers usually grasped the Caishen slip in haste, and threw a few copper coins
to the beggar.
Through fund-raisers, bingo games and its Pennies From Heaven campaign - copper coins
were collected in water bottles at the back of the church - the congregation soon earned enough for the $3.
Meanwhile, a desperately poor woman gave two copper coins
-- all she had -- to the temple.
Despite these set-backs, Boulton received further orders for regal copper coins
in 1799 and 1806-7.
The formula mimma amara bihi (by the order of) appears on many copper coins
in both the margin and field from the Umayyad and Abbasid periods, including the revolutionary pieces associated with Abu Muslim and the origins of the Abbasid movement.
and unlined copper pans contain free copper or zinc ions that also replace magnesium in chlorophyll, giving the green color a bluish cast.
brought in advance of published retail values in many instances.