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Thomas Snelling. London, 1762. Title + 55 pages + 17 plates. 235 x 335mm.
Thomas Snelling: A View Of the Gold Coin And Coinage Of England, From Henry The Third to the Present Time. Title + iv, + 36 pages + 7 engraved plates of coins. 1763.
Thomas Snelling: A View Of the Silver Coin And Coinage Of Scotland, From Alexander I to the Union of the Two Kingdoms to which are added 4 plates of the gold, billon and copper coins of the same Kingdom. Title + i, + 20 pages + 10 engraved plates of coins. 1774.
Thomas Snelling: Miscellaneous Views Of the Coins struck by English Princes in France, Counterfeit Sterlings, Coins struck by the East Indian Company, Those in the West India Colonies and in the Isle of Man. Also of Pattern Pieces for Gold and Silver Coins, and Gold Nobles struck Abroad in imitation of English. 1769. Title + ii, + 54 pages + 7 engraved plates of coins. 1769.
Thomas Snelling. A View Of The Copper Coin And Coinage Of England, Including The Leaden, Tin and Laton Tokens made by Tradesmen during the Reigns of Elizabeth and James I; the Farthing Tokens of James I and Charles I; those of Towns and Corporations under the Commonwealth and Charles II; and the Tin Farthings and Halfpence of Charles II, James II, and William and Mary. Title + ii + 46 pages + 6 engraved plates + appendix of 6 pages. 1766.
Thomas Snelling: A View Of the Origin, Nature and Use of Jettons or Counters. Title + ii, + 16 pages + 6 engraved plates of coins + 1 of different types of abacus. 1769.
Thomas Snelling: Advertisement and three sample plates for A View Of the Heptarchy.
Half brown leather and cloth, a modern professional binding, with green gilt labels. A few plates have a little foxing, and the prelims of the first section are creased, otherwise a very nice copy.
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