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An Account of the Silver Monies Coined In his Majestie's Mint In the Tower from the 20th. Iuly 1660. to the 12th. day of Decembr. 1699.

From 20th. Iuly 1660. to the 20th. of Decembr. 1666 £969559 09s 5d.
wherein Note that the Cross and harp silver Monies recoined, and the french Silver Monies for the sale of Dunkirkr that were coined On the years 1662{sic} 1663, and 1664. was about 830000ll. part of the above sd. sum.
And from the 20th. Decembr. 1666. (being when the Act for {enc}ouraging of Coynage was made) to 31st) Decembr. 1695 3,350,018 06 3.
{In} the year 1696. being the recoining of the 12 General Remains 2,463 110 17 714
{In} the year 1697. being what was coined from Hamme{illeg}|r|ed Money 1,907,244 16 6
{In} the same year by Sr. Iohn Iohnson, Peter Floyer & others undertaken for taking in Plate 263,733110.
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What was Imported as Bullion, Supposed to be melted down both from Plate and clipt and Hammered money In the years 1696. 1697. 1698. being and 1699. being 152925. 11. 16. 12. will make In tale {£5}{7}|{4}|77,2{illeg}|167| 16 114
9,420,837 11 1114

Country mints

1,801 420 17 4
11,222,258 9 314
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1660 for 1699.

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