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- Gilda aurifabrorum; a history of English goldsmiths and plateworkers, and their marks stamped on plate, copied in facsimile from celebrated examples; and the earliest records preserved at Goldsmiths' Hall, London, with their names, addresses, and dates of entry, 2500 illustrations, also historical accounts of the Goldsmiths' Company and their hall marks; their regalia; the Mint; closing of the Exchequer; goldsmith-bankers; shop signs; a copious index, &c., &c., preceded by an introductory essay on the goldsmiths' art (Allen, 1883), by William Chaffers (page images at HathiTrust)
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- The deplorable condition of the assignees of sundry goldsmiths entitled by the letters-patents of King Charles the Second, to annual sums out of the hereditary revenue of excise. ([London : s.n., 1697]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- Two petitions of Thomas Violet of London goldsmith, to the Kings Majestie I. Seting forth the great abuses practised by the makers of gold and silver thread, wire, lace, to the great waste of the stock and treasure of the kingdome, in culling and melting down the heavy currant silver. II. One hundred & twelve several parcels of course and adulterate silver lace, ... Mr. Alexander Jackson, who is sworne assay-maker at Goldsmiths Hall, ... III. Ten several heads or branches certified by the Committee of Trade the 17th of June 1657. seting forth the several abuses in making gold and silver lace, wire, and thread; ... IV. Thomas Violet's petition to the Right Honourable, several Lords of the Privy Council, who are appointed a committee for the removing the obstructions of the mint, ...to present to your Lordships such rules, orders, and instructions for the due vending, and uttering of the said manufactures, ... for the ends expressed. (London : [s.n.], Printed Anno Dom. 1661), by Thomas Violet (HTML at EEBO TCP)
- The case of all the goldsmiths in England, out of London. By reason of a clause in an act of Parliament, made in the 8th and 9th year of his Majesty's reign; entituled, An act for encouraging bringing in wrought plate to be coined. The whole clause is as followeth. ([London : s.n., 1697]) (HTML at EEBO TCP)