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date: 20 October 2019

Emery, Edwardlocked

  • W. W. Wroth
  • , revised by N. J. Mayhew


Emery, Edward (1801/2?–1851?), numismatist, under whose direction the notorious imitations of coins known as ‘Emery's forgeries’ were produced, was a coin collector and coin dealer living in London. He was probably the same Edward Emery who maintained premises as a plate-glass grinder and factor at ...

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