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Author: Blondeau, Peter.
Title: A most humble mem[o]randum from Peter Blondeau, concerning the offers made to him by this Commonwealth, for the coyning of the monie, by a new invention, not yet practised in any state of the world, the which will prevent counterfeiting, casting, washing, and clipping of the same : which coyn shall be marked on both the flat sides, and about the thickness or the edge ; of a like bigness and largness, as the ordinarie coyn is : and will cost no more than the ordinarie unequal coyn, which is used now.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A most humble mem[o]randum from Peter Blondeau, concerning the offers made to him by this Commonwealth, for the coyning of the monie, by a new invention, not yet practised in any state of the world, the which will prevent counterfeiting, casting, washing, and clipping of the same : which coyn shall be marked on both the flat sides, and about the thickness or the edge ; of a like bigness and largness, as the ordinarie coyn is : and will cost no more than the ordinarie unequal coyn, which is used now.
Blondeau, Peter.

[London: s.n., 1653]
Subject terms:
Coinage -- Great Britain -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
Counterfeits and counterfeiting -- Great Britain -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B01676.0001.001

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A ost humble MEMRANDUM From Peter Blondeau, Concerning the offers by him made to this Com∣monwealth, for the coyning of the monie, by a new Invention, not yet practised in any State of the world; the which will pre∣vent counterfeiting, casting, washing and clipping of the same: Which Coyn shall bee marked on both the flat sides, and about the thickness or the edge; of a like bigness and largness, as the or∣dinarie coyn is: and will cost no more then the ordinarie unequal Coyn, which is used now.