2 edition of Trade tokens of the County of Galway in the seventeenth century found in the catalog.
Trade tokens of the County of Galway in the seventeenth century
Thomas Bodkin Costello
Written in English
Reprinted from: Galway archæological journal, Vol. 7, no. 1.
|Other titles||Galway archæological journal.|
|Statement||With notes on the issuers by Martin J. Blake.|
|Contributions||Blake, Martin Joseph.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
Traders' Tokens of the Seventeenth Century Extract from 'Trade Tokens issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales and Ireland - Vol II' by George C. Williamson, F.R.S.L. (London, ) - OL. 1. Sea-trade with France and Spain sustained the economy of Galway throughout the medieval period and seventeenth century with agriculture also featuring on a relatively smaller : Niall Cullen.
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Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century in England, Wales, and Ireland. The arrangement of the letters TSA (not SAT) on the token is a 17th century convention which gives initials of (surname) (husband) (wife). The T stand for Tracey, the S for Stephen . Costello, T.B.: Trade tokens of the County of Galway in the seventeenth century: with introductory note, Holt, E. W. L.: The Hound’s Grave at Leganncorkee in the Parish of Ballynacourtee. The figure of Patrick on the end of the McCragh tomb at Lismore has been referred to above, and other depictions of the Saint are found on the tombs of James Rice (c) at Waterford 22 and of Bishop Wellesley (d. ), now in Kildare Cathedral [fig 6]. 23 Moving into the early seventeenth century, St Patrick is the only saint depicted on.
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