Exchange of dies between London and Canterbury in the 1290’s – Denis Martin

In a recent article on the BNJ Research Blog David Greenhalgh discusses the possible exchange of a LON/DON reverse die recut to read CAN/TOR.  In reply to a comment posted by Ian Heavisides, David added the following response.

We know that dies were sometimes sent from London to Canterbury and back again when there was a need at Canterbury (the class 6b Cant[erbury] comes to mind)”

It is the purpose of this short note to amplify the final comment in the above statement.

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