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Gilda Aurifabrorum

William Chaffers

Gilda Aurifabrorum

a history of English goldsmiths and plateworkers and their marks stamped on plate : copied in fac-simile from celebrated examples and the earliest records preserved at Goldsmith"s Hall.

by William Chaffers

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Published by W.H.Allen in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL13644092M

Marks from the Gilda Aurifabrorum. 10th edition, , edited C. A. Markham, Reeves & Turner, London, (Shortened version as Hand Book of Silver and Gold Marks, Wordsworth Editions Ltd, ISBN / ) This is a practical book aimed at the ‘beginning assayer’ and paysFile Size: 2MB.


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