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Raamatud Books 1 - 7 of 7 on India money, from the purpose for which it was struck, or portcullis money, from....
" India money, from the purpose for which it was struck, or portcullis money, from the device impressed upon it. The weight of it was- regulated according to the respective weights of the Spanish piastre, or piece of eight reas, and the half, the quarter,... "
The Register of Letters &c. of the Governour and Company of Merchants of ... - Page 14
by East India Company - 1893 - 530 lehte
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Annals of the Coinage of Britain and Its Dependencies: From the ..., 3. köide

Rogers Ruding - 1819
...impressed upon it. The weight of it was regulated according to the respective weights of the Spanish Piastre, or piece of eight Reas, and the Half, the Quarter, and Half-quarter of the same, n Pat. 42 Eliz. dors. March 18. though they are now usually called the Crown, Half-Crown, Shilling,...
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Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and Its Dependencies: From ..., 1. köide

Rogers Ruding - 1840
...impressed upon it. The weight of it was- regulated according to the respective weights of the Spanish piastre, or piece of eight reas, and the half, the...Company, would not permit them to transport the king of Spain's silver coins to the East Indies, though she was frequently solicited by the merchants. The...
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The Coin Collector's Journal, 8–9. köide

Edouard Frossard - 1883
...it was regulated according to the respective weights of the Spanish piastre, or piece of eight reis, and the half, the quarter, and half-quarter of the...same, though they are now usually called the crown, the half-crown, shilling and sixpence. Some coinage of this sort was necessary ; for the queen, when...
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Elementary Arithmetic: With Brief Notices of Its History, 1–12. köide

Robert Potts - 1876
...The weight of the pieces was to be regulated according to the just weight and fineness of the Spanish piastre or piece of eight reas, and the half, the quarter, and half-quarter of the same unit. James I., 1603 — 1625. In the second year of his reign, James assumed the title of "King of...
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Elementary Arithmetic: With Brief Notices of Its History, 1–12. köide

Robert Potts - 1876
...The weight of the pieces was to be regulated according to the just weight and fineness of the Spanish piastre or piece of eight reas, and the half, the quarter, and half-quarter of the same unit. James I., 1603 — 1625. -In the second year of his reign, James assumed the title of "King of...
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Journal of the Institute of Bankers, 14. köide

Institute of Bankers (Great Britain) - 1893
...portcullis pieces of eight," with her own effigy, for circulation in India. Ending says hereon : " Some " coinage of this sort was necessary ; for the...Company, would not permit them to " transport the king of Spain's silver coins to the East Indies, though " she was frequently solicited by the merchants. The...
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History of the Coinage of the Territories of the East India Company in the ...

Edgar Thurston - 1992 - 123 lehte
...impressed upon it. The weight of it was regulated aecording to the respective weights of the Spanish piastre, or piece of eight reas, and the half, the quarter, and half-quarter of the same (pi. xvii, 1-4), though they are now usually called the crown, half-crown, shilling, and sixpence....
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