A Series of above two hundred Ango-Gallic, or Norman and Aquitain coins of the antient kings of England (Google eBook)

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Printed for the author, 1757 - Numismatics - 143 pages
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Page iv - Medals, great seals, impressions, from the elaborate works of Thomas Simon, chief engraver of the mint to King Charles I., to the Commonwealth, the Lord Protector Cromwell, and in the reign of Charles II. to 1665, by George Vertue.
Page 17 - Prince, from the black armour he used to wear) accompanied the King, his father, into France, where at his landing, he received the honour of knighthood from that martial King's...
Page vi - Members: to which is added, a Map of the Antient Dominions of the Kings of England in France, with some adjacent Countries.
Page 17 - March, 1333,, and invested by the sword only ; this being the first precedent for the creation of the title of a duke with us in England ; and from this prince...
Page 8 - ... y mittir, favoir faifons que, pur certains caufes, ad ce nous mouvans, par l'advis...
Page 81 - ... were struck bearing his superscription " in this character, but quotes no authorities. Heiss (Description general de las monedas Hispano-Cristianas desde la invasion de los Arabes) has no notice of the Duke's coinage, and the doubt as to its existence has been increased by the prevailing confusion of " John, King of Castile and Leon and Duke of Lancaster," and Juan II, his grandson, the successor of Enrique III.
Page 33 - I have known you in manner from your in" fancy and now, to be a mere Antiquarian, the fkill whereof at this day is
Page 34 - FRANCORVM REX, and in the middle of the " great crofs an H, with the diftinction formerly made in the " firft groats, and this infcription about the great crofs SIT
Page 78 - ' fliall arrive at CALAIS ; and within a year following four hundred thoufand " crowns to be paid at LONDON ; and fo every year four hundred thoufand " crowns to be paid till the whole was difcharged.

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