5 edition of Welsh tokens of the seventeenth century found in the catalog.
Welsh tokens of the seventeenth century
National Museum of Wales.
|Statement||edited with an introductory essay and a mercer"s inventory of 1673 by George C. Boon.|
|Contributions||Boon, George C., ed.|
|LC Classifications||CJ5059 .C37 1973a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||74163210|
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Welsh language publications only. English language publications only. Created with Highcharts Mid-seventeenth-century () tokens made of copper and of brass The tokens described below represent a random sample. When the present project was undertaken it was decided to analyse all forty-six tokens that one of the co-authors had obtained from sundry sources over a period of some three decades.
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Welsh Tokens Of The Seventeenth Century book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Corrigenda slip inserted. Description: pages illustrations, coats of arms, facsimiles, map 25 cm.
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Historical background of 17th Century Welsh issues by issuer, town and county. Very useful account of the Welsh issues on this series. May not be the book illustrated but best available in similar condition. Dimensions xmm.
£ Welsh Tokens of The Seventeenth Century. George C Boon (editor)published by the National Museum of Wales, with an Introductory Essay and a Mercer's Inventory of PB pp + 4 page supplement.
More than just a catalogue - the introductory essay is excellent. All the tokens are illustrated. Has a wealth of information. Welsh Tokens of the Seventeenth Century: ISBN () Softcover, National Museum of Wales, Welsh woods and forests: History and utilization. The Ilston book: earliest register of Welsh Baptists; The account of the official progress of His Grace Henry the first Duke of Beaufort, Lord President of the Council of Wales and Lord Warden of the Marches, through Wales in ; Welsh tokens of the seventeenth century.
in Caerwys itself a surgeon, Thomas Wynne, also issued penny tokens in and —it is quite unknown in the counties of south and mid-Wales. My notes on seventeenth-century Welsh trade tokens, from which the foregoing is taken, were originally compiled some ten years ago and my thanks are due to Mr.
Full text of "Trade tokens issued in the seventeenth century in England, Wales, and Ireland, by corporations, merchants, tradesmen, etc. Illustrated by numerous plates and woodcuts, and containing notes of family, heraldic, and topographical interest respecting the various issuers of the tokens" See other formats.
17th century tokens of the british isles. 17th century tokens of the british isles. Welsh wills and inventories can commonly be found for estates worth less than five pounds.
49 NLW MS SA//96, John Yardley; NLW MS LL//32; NLW MS B//54; see also Boon George C. Welsh Tokens of the Seventeenth Century. Cardiff: National Museum of Wales; p.
for the inventory of Griffith Wynn of by: 6. 17th Century tokens were the first genuine trade tokens to appear in this country. The failure of parliament to provide sufficient small denomination coinage drove desperate traders to issue their own.
The inscriptions of these tokens commonly consist of the christian and surname of the issuer, his trade and occupation and the town or village. Seventeenth-century municipal tokens are usually heavier and somewhat better-made than their private counterparts, a reflection of their intended role as a sort of "standard" emergency coinage.
EIGHTEENTH CENTURY TOKENS Private and public tokens alike left circulation once the Crown made a determined effort to provide small change for the people.
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