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Moneyerslocked

(act. c. 1180–c. 1500)
  • N. J. Mayhew

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Moneyers (act.c. 1180–c. 1500), served in a profession that included a wide range of different types of people employed, chiefly in London, in the production of currency.

At its most comprehensive the mint could employ both illiterate labourers at the bottom of the scale, and figures of the stature of ...

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