An Inventory of the Plate & other things delivered into the Treasury of the Mint by the Honourable Her Majestys Commissioners for Prizes. 15th Feb. 17023.

One Draught weighing 83lwt. 06oz. 00dwt.

A Beneiter or Vessel for Holy-water faced with Philligram work

A Plate with four Cups & four Potts about it & a salt with a cover in the middle

A Salver three dishes & an old salt.

A Cup, two Candlesticks, & an old Pan.

32 new Plates, 22 Forks, 39 Spoons & a piece of a spoon.

A Mermaid guilt with a stone in the body

Twelve thimbles, six dozen of brass buttons & two copper boxes with 18 Rings in them

A sand-box & an ink-box of Pewter & some pieces of a broken Antimonial cup.

Draught 2d weighing 7lwt. 3oz.

An hundred pieces of eight

A Crucifix with a golden chain

A golden Dolphin with a chain.

A set of Beads, six Fans, & a gold ring with nine false stones, not weighed.

Draught 3d weighing 77lwt. 11oz. 00dwt

Six Chocolate Potts, a water-Pott, two Candlesticks, 25 Silver Plates, two salts, two dishes, an Ewer, a small Tumbler & eight Cakes of silver.

Draught 4th weighing 42lwt. 07oz. 10dwt.

Two new Basins & Ewers well made.

Draught 5th weighing 75lwt. 02oz. 00dwt.

The bottoms of two silver Lamps with chains to hang them by & a Fane for one of them & a Pot for oyle & two Cakes of Silver

Is. Newton


Mr Newton about the Vigo Silver in the Mint

10 March 1702
The Minute is within

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