A View of the Silver Coin and Coinage of England, from the Norman Conquest to the Present Time. Consider'd with Regard to Type, Legend, Sorts, Rarit

A View of the Silver Coin and Coinage of England, from the Norman Conquest to the Present Time. Consider'd with Regard to Type, Legend, Sorts, Rarit

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1762 edition. Excerpt: ... me pass. With ale and beer. To trade with me. There is also a cast one, for a coffee house, with a turk's head, and round it Morat the great men did me call, V ' Where'er I came I conquer'd all. the inscription on No. 22 is the shortest we have met with, being, WElCom--Sherbornej and we have been informed, that there is still in that town, the fame white hart inn as this piece is supposed on.ce to have belonged to. We are informed by Anthony Search of Tenbury, that Plaine Dealing Is No. 23 Best, and Thomas Dedicot, grocer in Bewdley, recommends Square Deal-no. 24 Ing on a square piece; and the same is done by Richard Ambler, Apothecary in Bimopfcastle. No. 33, is very remarkable for its double square, formed by the No. 33 legend. There are many pieces with different companies arms on them, but this is theNo. 25 only one with the motto also; theCREDE Sed Cave on No. 26, and Vive Le Roy In'uttoxeter, are singular; as also Poare Ned In Feversham, and No. 2829 Old Pharoh In Barley; who, no doubt, were well known in those places at that time. Edward Williamson it is probable was a draper, but he only informs us he was Alderman Of Liverpool, and Henry Chapman onlyNo. 31 Quondam Esq.; Richard Smith In-poll, (Poole) prides himself in beingN-iz Freeman Of England; and probably on the parliament side, and had fought against against the king. Besides this piece of Edward Tomson In The Baile Of Lincoln (which we suppose is some particular jurisdiction or priviledged place in that city) we have seen two others of the fame place. We have already observed, two tradesmen's names on one piece, here is one piece, viz. of Thomas Hartwell, which serves for two places, Hi Worth and AbingDonj we have seen likewise of this sort, one of Andrew Selby, Of...show more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 245g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236566394
  • 9781236566393
  • 2,316,705