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" Guineas took their name from the gold brought from Guinea, by the African Company, who, as an encouragement to bring over gold to be coined, were permitted by their charter from Charles II., to have their stamp of an elephant upon the coin. There were... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - الصفحة 352
1784
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An Historical Account of English Money: From the Conquest to the Present ...

Stephen Martin Leake - 1793 - عدد الصفحات: 436
...crowned, with the date above, 1662. FLORENT. CONCORDIA. REGNA. It is the beft ftamp of any of his Money. The Guineas took their name from the gold brought...encouragement to bring over gold to be coined, were permitted, Hutted, .by their charter, to have their Char. IL flamp of an elephant upon the Coin made of the African...

The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; Or, A ..., المجلد 1

Sir Edward Coke - 1794
...Gloflaries, under the word Eflerlmgus ; and M r. Leake's Hiftorical Account of Rngliih Money, page 20. Guineas took their name from the gold brought from...coined, were permitted, by their charter, to have their Itamp of an elephant upon the coin made of the African gold. — By a proclamation of the гга. of...

The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, المجلد 16

1818
...from the gold of which they were made being brought from the Guinea coast ; and the African Company, as an encouragement to bring over gold to be coined were permitted by their charter to have the stamp of an elephant npon all coins made of African gold. From the official return of the number...

The Christian Observer, المجلد 16

1818
...from the gold of whicn they were made being brought from the Guinea coast; nnd the African Company, as an encouragement to bring over gold to be coined were permitted by tlieir charter to have the stamp of an elephant upon all coins made of African gold. lent exertions...

The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., المجلد 1

William Goodman - 1843
...made of gold brought from the coast of Guinea by the African company, who, as an encouragement to them to bring over gold to be coined, were permitted by their charter to have their stamp of an elephant impressed, under the head of the king, upon whatever piece should be struck from...

The history of British commerce

George Lillie Craik - 1844
...in 1662, without graining on the rim, and with graining in 1664. It was so called as being made of gold brought from Guinea by the African Company, who, as an encouragement to them to bring over gold to * In the common editions of the Statutes these acts are included among the...

The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., المجلد 1

William Goodman - 1845
...made of gold brought from the coast of Guinea by the African company, who, as an encouragement to them to bring over gold to be coined, were permitted by their charter to have their stamp of an elephant impressed, under the head of the king, upon whatever piece should be struck from...

Notes and Queries, المجلد 113

1906
...Historical Account of English Money,' by Martin Leake, London, 1745, bears out the accepted derivation : — "The Guineas took their name from the gold brought...coined, were permitted, by their Charter, to have their stamp of an Elephant upon the coin made of the African gold." FRANCIS C. BUCHANAN. NOVEL : TITLE WANTED...

Notes and Queries

1906
...Leake, London 1745, bears out the accepted derivation : — "The Guiueae took their name from the golc brought from Guinea by the African Company who, as...to be coined, were permitted, by their Charter, to hav< their stamp of an Elephant upon the coin made o: the African gold." FRANCIS C. BUCHANAN. r TITLE...

The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Or, A Commentary ...

Sir Edward Coke - 1853
...Glossaries, under the word Esterlingus; and Mr. Leake's Historical Account of English Money, page 20. Guineas took their name from the gold brought from...coined, were permitted, by their charter, to have their stamp of the elephant upon the coin made of the African gold. By a proclamation of the 22d of December,...




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