Etymology
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moneyer (n.)

c. 1300, "a money-changer;" early 15c., "one who coins money, a minter," from Old French monier (Modern French monnayeur), from Late Latin monetarius "a mint-master," originally "of a mint," from Latin moneta "mint; coinage" (see money (n.)). 

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Definitions of moneyer

moneyer (n.)
a skilled worker who coins or stamps money;
Synonyms: coiner / minter
From wordnet.princeton.edu