1804.014: Tables for Exchange of Gold Coins from Foreign Countries.
Full Title: A Table for receiving and paying the gold coins of France, Spain, and the Dominions of Spain, of their present standard, : according to the Act of Congress regulating foreign coins. Passed the 9th February, 1793. Calculated for the use of the Bank of Virginia. …
Author: Bank of Virginia.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Samuel Pleasants
Description: 1 sheet [1 pg.]; 25.5 cm. x 20.5 cm. (broadside).
Sheet contains two tables: the first for exchanges of French and Spanish specie, the second for British ones, with title: "A table for receiving and paying the gold coins of Great Britain..." Only recorded copy is held by the Virginia Historical Society as part of the collected papers of the late Richmond bibliographer A. Paull Hubbard; his notes on this broadside report that it "would appear to be two separate tables, meant either to be cut apart into two individual tables, or bound up in a ledger of journal." Imprint lacks date; the Bank of Virginia was incorporated by an Act of Assembly in January 1804, so the date supplied here.
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