The English trade at Bruges in the last years of Edward III

@inproceedings{Nicholas1979TheET,
  title={The English trade at Bruges in the last years of Edward III},
  author={David Nicholas},
  year={1979}
}
Records of confiscations of English property undertaken by the Flemish authorities in 1371 provide invaluable information on the mechanics of the English trade at Bruges, the ‘marketplace of the medieval world’, in the years immediately after the removal of the wool staple to Calais. Bruges continued to be the midpoint for the reconsignment of sizeable quantities of English wool, a trade in which Italian entrepreneurs played a considerable role. English broadcloths, although technically… CONTINUE READING