Mon"ey*er (?), n. [From Money; cf. OF. monoier, F. monnoayeur, L. monetarius a master of the mint. Cf. Monetary.]

1.

A person who deals in money; banker or broker.

[Obs. or R.]

2.

An authorized coiner of money.

Sir M. Hale.

The Company of Moneyers, the officials who formerly coined the money of Great Britain, and who claimed certain prescriptive rights and privileges.

 

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