Definition of Counterstruck

1. Verb. (past of counterstrike) ¹



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Definition of Counterstruck

1. counterstrike [v] - See also: counterstrike

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Counterstruck

counterstereotypical
counterstimulation
counterstories
counterstory
counterstrategies
counterstrategy
counterstream
counterstreaming
counterstreams
counterstricken
counterstrike
counterstrikes
counterstriking
counterstroke
counterstrokes
counterstruck (current term)
counterstudies
counterstudy
counterstyle
counterstyles
countersubject
countersubjects
countersubversion
countersue
countersued
countersues
countersuing
countersuit
countersuits
countersung

Literary usage of Counterstruck

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1. The Numismatic Chronicle by Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"Mr. LA Lawrence, a series of counterstruck portions of Spanish dollars issued for currency in the island of Tortola; also a groat of Henry Vu's second ..."

2. The Coins of the Sháhs of Persia, Safavis, Afgháns, Efsháris, Zands, and Kájárs by British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Reginald Stuart Poole (1887)
"930—984=AD 1524—1576. GOLD. 19 Mint and date obliterated. counterstruck. ... counterstruck on rev., with quatrefoil enclosing •la JT -7, ..."

3. Report of the Proceedings of the Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of (1891)
"One also meets with another puzzle, namely, a foreign coin counterstruck by a given Sultan, but not corresponding, either in size, weight, or fineness with ..."

4. Greek Coins and Their Parent Cities by John Ward, George Francis Hill (1902)
"... of DION of Syracuse, with Corinthian types. Mr. Evans reads AEON, counterstruck, on the last, making the Syracusan coins serve for Leontinoi as wel1. ..."

5. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and by William Boyne (1891)
"PENIE = A bridge of three arches. i This has been counterstruck with the letters в . в. 73- О. IOHN . WREN . OF . 1659 = Arms : a chevron between three ..."

6. Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland in the British Museum by Herbert Appold Grueber (1899)
"Besides these there are a number of rude pieces, many of them counterstruck coins of Stephen himself, which are said to have been issued by the turbulent ..."

7. The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland (1882)
"We learn from this little hoard that small change must have been so scarce in Cork, that the city authorities counterstruck William Ballard's trade tokens, ..."

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