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30 November 2001
[CLEMENT, Simon] (fl.1695) A Dialogue between a Countrey Gentleman and a Merchant, concerning the Falling of Guinea's: wherein the Whole Argument relating to our Money is discuss'd. London: J. Astwood for S. Crouch, 1696. 4° (199 x 147mm.). With the final advertisement leaf. Wing C4637; Kress 1956; Goldsmiths 3267.
The Proposal for the Raising of the Silver Coin of England, from 60 Pence in the Ounce to 75 Pence, considered. London: R. Cumberland, 1696. 4° (196 x 148mm). (Lightly browned.) Wing P3702; Kress 1991.
An Essay for Lowering the Gold, and Raising the Silver Coin. London: T. Goodwin, 1696. 4° (197 x 148mm.) (Occasional light browning.) Wing E3281; Kress 1960.
[COKE, Roger ?] (fl.1696). A Treatise concerning the Regulation of the Coyn of England, and how the East-India Trade may be Preserved and Encreased. London: R. Clavel, 1696. 4° (198 x 148mm.) (Top margins cropped affecting most page-numbers and sometimes the first line of text). Wing C4983; Kress 1943. Together 4 volumes, uniform modern calf. Provenance: Kenneth K. Knight (sale Christie's, 31 October 1979, lot 106). FIRST EDITIONS. (4)
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