American Journal of Numismatics, Volumes 49-50
Frank Henry Norton, Charles Edward Anthon, William Sumner Appleton, Samuel Abbott Green, Jeremiah Colburn, William Theophilus Rogers Marvin
American Numismatic and Archaeological Society, 1916 - Numismatics
Vol. 50 (1916) consists of A dictionary of numismatic names, their official and popular designations, by Albert R. Frey.
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Page 164 - Tower, the first time he found it, he spoke these words, per medium eorum, that is, per medium ignis et sulphuris. The other, because these words were thought to be a charm, and that they did bind whatsoever they were written upon, so that a man could not take it away. To this reason I rather incline.
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