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*T1347 A: Prosecution of William de Mawne for counterfeiting. [1] rcp

*T1347 B: Prosecution of John Vyncent de Colton, John Dobyn de Salisbury and Margery Parker de Stortford, held in the Dunstable jail, for counterfeiting. [2] rcp

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T1351: Counterfeiting. Order to Robert de Upton and William de Smythecote bailiffs of Shrewsbury concerning John de Sandal chaplain held for counterfeiting. [3], [4], [5] rcp

M1351 A: Counterfeiting. Presented that John de Hetcham lately residing at Burnham was a false moneyer of gold, the false money distributed in the fairs and markets of Buckinghamshire. [6] rcp

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