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To the Rt Honble the Lords Commrs of his Maties Treasury.

May it please yor Lordps

Having in a late Memorial signified to yor Lordps that the Arms in the fourth Escutcheon on the Reverses of the half Guineas & sixpences may prove too much crouded: for removing the inconvenience I humbly present yor Lordps with the Designes hereunto annexed for those Reverses, the same being the chief parts of his Majties Arms proposed by the Earl Marshal & approved of. And I humbly propose that the same may be laid before his Maty in Council for his approbation if it be thought fit. All wch is most humbly submitted to yor Lordps great wisdome

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[1] Mint Office
17 Ian. 17145.

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