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An Historical Account of English Money, 3rd Edition
Stephen Martin Leake, Esq, 1793
Edward V

Edward V. A. D. 1483.

[Note: Original spelling style has not been preserved in this transcription. f is rendered in the modern s, etc. ie, Majefty and Reverfe are presented as Majesty and Reverse resepectively.]

This unfortunate young Prince can hardly be numbered amongst the Kings of England. He was proclaimed, but not corwned. And the short space of time he survived his father, was rather the tyranny of Richard, than the reign of Edward. There was, however, a master of the mint appointed for form's sake; but it is not likely any Money was coined.

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