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History of English Coins | eHow.com
Other early units of value included the mark, equal to 2/3 of a pound, or 160 pence, an amount that could also be expressed as 13 shillings, 4 pence. A medieval half-mark English coin was first called the noble, and later, the angel.
coins  britain  england  mark  noble  26shillings_8pence 
december 2011 by oog
English mark
The English mark was two-thirds of a pound; so 160 p. or 13 s. 4 p.
coin  will  shakespeare  mark  26shillings_8pence 
april 2009 by oog
Dye's Coin Encylopaedia on Marks
Rings seem to cost 2 Marks. 4 Marks = 53 s 4 p; so 12 Marks = 8 pounds
26shillings_8pence  mark  shakespeare  will  coin 
april 2009 by oog
Will with rings valued at 26 s 8 p
As in Shakespeare's will. No, this is for a collection of rings that happen to add up to 26 s. 8 d. in total value.
1598  26shillings_8pence  shakespeare  will 
april 2009 by oog

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