Catalogue Entry: MINT00360

If pyx trials are to continue to be conducted in Scotland as the Lord Chancellor of Scotland wishes, new gold and silver trial pieces should be made and allotted to the English and Scottish Mints and Treasuries and to the Goldsmith's Company.

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Mint 19/III.190, National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, UK

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Details of the warrants that need to be issued for the Scottish mint to begin work. Scottish coins should be stamped with a distinguishing mark such as E for Edinburgh; otherwise the coins of the two Mints must be identical.

Printed in NC, 4: 491-3. Clerical copy, undated, in PRO, Mint 1/8, pp. 141-2.

[1] Mint Office. May 31.
 1707.

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