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Shaw [Shaa], Sir Edmundlocked

(d. 1488)
  • P. Tucker

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Shaw [Shaa], Sir Edmund (d. 1488), goldsmith and mayor of London, was the son of John Shaa of Dukinfield in Cheshire. He was apprenticed in 1450 to a London goldsmith, probably Robert Butler, and completed his apprenticeship in 1458. Shortly after, in early 1462, he received a life grant of the office of engraver to the ...

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