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The recoinage and exchange of 1816-17

@inproceedings{Clancy1999TheRA,
  title={The recoinage and exchange of 1816-17},
  author={Kevin Clancy},
  year={1999}
}
The Coinage Bill of 1816 was a turning point in monetary history, establishing Britain on the gold standard and making provision for a major recoinage and exchange of silver. The intention in this thesis has been to examine why the reform happened when it did, what its legacy was for the nineteenth century and what the surviving records, particularly of the exchange, reveal about the nature of the circulating medium. In Chapters 1 and 2 the eighteenth-century background is explored in order… Expand
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