Snelling on the coins of Great Britain France and Ireland, &c. in detached pieces, as follows: I. Gold Coin and Coinage of England, from Henry III. to the present Time. II. Silver Coin and Coinage of England, from the Conquest to the present Time. III. Copper Coin and Coinage of England, including Town Pieces and Tradesmen's Tokens. IV. Silver Coin and Coinage of Scotland, from Alexander I. to the Union of the Two Kingdoms. - To which is added Four Plates of the Gold Billon and Copper Coins of that Kingdom. V. Gold, Silver, &c. Coins struck in France by English Princes-Coins struck by the East India Company-Coins struck in the West India Colonies, and in the Isle of Man-Pattern Pieces for Gold and Silver English Coins-Gold Nobles struck abroad in Imitation of English, and Counterseit Sterlings. VI. Irish Coins in Silver and Copper, before and from the Conquest to the present Reign, being a Supplement, (with great Additions) to Simon's Irish Coins. Vii. Origin, Nature and Use of Jettons or Counters, especially those called Black Money and Abbey Pieces, and the Manner of reckoning with them. The whole containing seventy copper plates

Publication Date1762
Extent[4],iv,36[i.e.38];[2],55,[1];[4],46,6;[4],20;8;[4],53,[1];[2],2,16p.,plates ;
Publishersold by the proprietor, J. Thane, Rupert Street, Haymarket


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