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- A touch-stone for gold and silver wares. Or, a manual for goldsmiths, and all other persons, whether buyers, sellers, or wearers of any manner of goldsmiths work... Together with the several statutes now in force for regulating abuses committed in that craft. And the Charter of the Goldsmiths Incorporation taken from the Record and truly rendred into English. To which is annexed the laws in force against brass hilts, and brass buckles, etc. And directions for discovering the counterfeit coyn of this kingdom. And also a catalogue of the forraign coyns, with the particular weights, allay, and value of each coyn. (Printed for John Bellinger... and Thomas Bassett..., 1677), by W. B. (William Badcock), Thomas Bassett, and John Bellinger (page images at HathiTrust)
- By the King. A proclamation concerning gold-weights. (Imprinted at London : by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie: and by the assignes of Iohn Bill, M.DC.XXXII. ), by England and Wales. Sovereign (1625-1649 : Charles I) and King Charles I of England (HTML at EEBO TCP)
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