symmetalism

sym•met•al•ism

(sɪmˈmɛt lˌɪz əm)

n.
the use of two or more metals, such as gold and silver, combined in assigned proportions as a monetary standard.
[1890–95; sym- + (bi) metallism]
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symmetalism

a system of coinage based on a unit of two or more metals in combination, each of a specified weight. — symmetallic, adj.
See also: Money
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