In older documents, generally coins put into circulation on the basis of a coinage agreement (coinage convention; monetary convention) between two or more minting principalities, as for example in 1750 on the basis of an agreement of the German principalities, estates of the old German Reich. – See monetary science, florins, coin, historical, coin union, Latin, coin treaties.
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