William R


Our Will and Pleasure is and Wee do hereby Comand and authorize you, that for the future you cause to be impressed upon Our Sivler Coyn{illeg}|e|s, vizt. the Five Shilling Peece {sic} the two Shillings and Six Pence Peece {sic}, the Shilling Peece {sic} and the Six Pence Peece {sic}, the Royall Armes Marshalled as is depicted in a draught which was directed to be done by Our Right Trusty and Right Entirely Beloved Cownt and Councellor Henry Duke of Norfolk Earl Marshall of England, and shewed to and approved of by us. And for so doing this shall be unto You a Sufficient Warrant in that behalf Given at Our Court at Hampton Court the 19th day of Iune 1689 in the first Year of Our Reigne.

By his Matiess Command



|The Like Warrant from Queen Mary based at Whitehall the 15th. day of Septemb. 1691. countersigned {illeg}|by||



[1] Scale.

[2] To Our Trusty and Welbeloved Thomas Neale Esqr. Master and Worker of Our Mint.

[3] Warrant for Coynes Ent t.

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