seigniorage (plural seigniorages)
- (historical) All the revenue obtained by a feudal lord from his vassals.
- The revenue obtained directly by minting coin (difference between cost of metal and face value).
- (finance) The revenue obtained by the difference between interest earned on securities acquired in exchange for bank notes and the costs of producing and distributing those notes.
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