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- n. Plural form of moneyer.
“There is an unbroken link from the scattered workshops of the moneyers of Anglo-Saxon London to a single mint within the Tower of London, from a purpose-built premises at Tower Hill to the huge modern coining plant in South Wales.”
“The palace had not been used by kings since the new keep had been built in the castle, Philip had been told, but the royal moneyers still minted silver pennies in the undercroft of the building, protected by thick walls and iron-barred gates.”
“What the resources of Justinian and the Eastern Roman Empire had been unable to achieve, the moneyers of the late Middle Ages were able to underwrite.”
“In this interesting work he describes, the trades of the moneyers (who controlled the mint), the coining of gold and silver into currency (for the making of coin in those days was permitted by individuals), the clasp makers, the makers of cups or hanaps, jewellers and harness makers, and other artificers.”
“-- The _remedies_ are an allowance of one sixth of a carat, or forty grains, in the pound weight of gold, and of two pennyweights in that of silver, considered either as to fineness or weight, or both of them taken together; the moneyers are, however, at this time so expert, that these quantities are much greater than are necessary.”
“Athelstan appointed moneyers or minters throughout the country, he assigned eight (the largest number of all) to London, whilst for”
“Athelstan, his grandson, London required as many as eight moneyers, to produce the necessary coinage.”
“_Item_: We ordain and command that our president and auditors and the ordinary magistrates of our said Yndias, where there shall be a mint, shall have jurisdiction over all crimes of falsification of money committed by the moneyers although they be committed within the mint.”
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“Under Æthelstan, London had eight moneyers or mint-masters, while Winchester had only six, and”
“Mint-Board, the contract with the melter, and the moneyers 'privileges, were all abolished, and a new system of business introduced.”
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