Modern universal table, the most copious and authentick that ever was published, of the present state of the real and imaginary monies of the world divided into four parts, viz. Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, which are sub-divided into sixty parts or lines, containing the names of the most capital places, the species whereof are specified, each subdivision in one line, ascending from the beginning to the end, teaching how the monies are reckoned by the respective nations : and the figures standing under the denomination of each foreign piece is the English intrinsick value thereof, according to the best assays made at the Mint of the Tower of London ... /
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Modern universal table, the most copious and authentick that ever was published, of the present state of the real and imaginary monies of the world divided into four parts, viz. Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, which are sub-divided into sixty parts or lines, containing the names of the most capital places, the species whereof are specified, each subdivision in one line, ascending from the beginning to the end, teaching how the monies are reckoned by the respective nations : and the figures standing under the denomination of each foreign piece is the English intrinsick value thereof, according to the best assays made at the Mint of the Tower of London ... /

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Corporate Author: Making of the Modern World
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: [S.l. : s.n., 17--?]
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