Coinage Law And Legislation Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation prohibiting the exchange of monies for profit, the making of plate of any his Maiesties coynes, and the excessiue vse of gold and siluer foliate..; England and Wales.
Coinage Sermons : A sermon against clipping, preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel, on Decemb. 16. 1694 / by W. Fleetwood.; Fleetwood, William,
Coins Ancient Great Britain : Iron age and Roman coin hoards in Britain / Roger Bland, Adrian Chadwick, Eleanor Ghey, Colin Haselgrove, David J. Mattingly, Adam Rogers and Jeremy Taylor.; Bland, Roger
Coins And Coinage England Early Works To 1800 : Some few considerations, supposed useful; concerning the vote of the House of Commons, Friday the 24. February, upon the bill for the hindring the exportation of gold and silver, and the melting down of the coin of this realm, : humbly proposed by Dr. Hugh Chamberlain, to the wisdom of the Honourable House of Commons.; Chamberlen, Hugh.
Coins Anglo Saxon : Royal coin cabinet, Stockholm : The Anglo- Norman coins / by M. Dolley with F. Elmore Jones and C.S.S.Lyon.; Statens Historiska Museum, Stockholm, Kungliga Myntkabinettet.
Coins Anglo Saxon England Southern : Kings, currency, and alliances : history and coinage of southern England in the ninth century / edited by Mark A.S. Blackburn and David N. Dumville.
Coins English Standards Early Works To 1800 : The free exchanger or, the mint of vncurrant coyne : According to the true value of graines, wanting in light gold, with the seuerall worth of all pieces of gold, at this present.
Coins French Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Proclamation : for calling down the French three-sous-pieces to three shillings Scots, and appointing the Scots fourtie-pennie-pieces to pass at three shilling six pennies Scots per piece.; Scotland.
Coins Ireland Early Works To 1800 : By the King: a proclamation. James R. : Whereas we have by former proclamations of the eighteenth and twenty seventh days of June last, for the reasons therein set forth; ordained and declared that a certain coyn made by our order of a certain mettal mixed of copper and brass, ...; England and Wales.