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Third to the present Time. Plates. Quarto. 1763. 3. View of the Silver Coin and Coinage of England, from the Nor

man Conquest to the present Time. Plates. Quarto. 1762. 3. View of the Copper Coin and Coinage of England, including the

Leaden, Tin, and Laton Tokens made by Tradesmen during the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I. the Farthing Tokens of James I, and Charles I. those of Towns and Corporations under the Commonwealth and Charles II. and the Tin Farthings and Halfpence of Charles II. James II. and Willam and Mary. Plates. Quarto.

1766. 4. View of the Origin, Nature, and Use of Jettons or Counters; es

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of the several kinds, &c. By John Hill, M.D. Octato. Lond.

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