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    The king has brought new stamps in power.

    The king has brought new stamps in power.

    The government has run new coins and notes.

    Please check.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    Perhaps:

    The government has minted new coins and issued new banknotes.

    I have no idea what the other one means.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    With the first, are you talking about postage stamps?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    I would guess that the king has issued new postage stamps, but the original is unclear.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    Perhaps:

    The government has minted new coins and issued new banknotes.

    I have no idea what the other one means.
    The government has minted new coins and notes.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    Notes are not minted. That is why Tarheel wrote what he did.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    The king has minded new stamps. No EMS I didn't mean the postal stamps. It was a kind of coin but it wasn't the currency. Every person of a particular state had it in ancient times. It was a kind of evidence that they were the resident of that particular state.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    Tufguy, banknotes are not minted. They are printed.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    It sounds as if the king had issued some new kind of residency permit, but it would depend on the legal system of the time and place.

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    Re: The king has brought new stamps in power.

    Do you mean an official seal​? That was a sort of engraved stamp which was put into melted wax which then dried.

    This is the Google Images hit for the kind of seal/stamp I'm talking about.
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