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  • Historic Guineas

    The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century, and it brought the end to handmade coinage in Britain. It was born in 1663, the aftermath of the English Civil War when the republican issues were replaced with a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored King Charles II.

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  • The East India Company - About Bullion

    The term 'Guinea', its weight and alloy is used to this day across the world to denote a trusted and reliable gold coin of the very highest quality. First issued in 1663 in the reign of King Charles II, the Guinea travelled the world on The East India Company ships and was the very foundation of international trade and establishing its ...

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  • George III Spade Half Guinea coin Fine or Better

    The first guinea was struck in 1663. It marked a shift from the coins issued during Cromwell's short-lived republic to a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored king, Charles II. The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century before production came to …

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  • Wärtsilä Linesafe for propeller shafts revolutionises ...

    2017-12-7u2002·u2002Wärtsilä Linesafe is a hydrodynamic bearing with a modular housing made of high quality cast iron. Its self-lubrication is enabled by a cast aluminium oil ring and oil scraper. The innovative new bearing design incorporates vast advantages offered by Wärtsilä's prior intermediate shaft bearing …

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  • The East India Company - Timeline

    The East India Company's Timeline is a gathered story of our collective world's history. It is a story of trade and exploration, of silks, spices, tea and cricket, of timber and gunpowder, of cities and ports. It is the story of how a band of merchant traders created a company that far exceeded the sum of their ambitions, uniting distant ...

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  • Lady of Quality by Georgette Heyer, Paperback

    2008-5-1u2002·u2002' It also reminds us why Georgette Heyer is justly called The Queen of Regency Romance. Though this volume was written near the end of her career, the author's fine hand never falters.' - Book Loons 'So, if you're in the mood for a nice, little tale of independence, friendship and love then I recommend Lady of Quality.' - Passages to the Past

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  • Lady of Quality (Regency Romances, 28): Heyer, Georgette ...

    An older unmarried lady, Miss Annis Wychwood, takes a troubled young girl under her wing, and promptly falls for the girl's guardian, Mr. Oliver Carleton, 'the rudest man in London.'. Heyer really loved the set-up of a goofy young couple being steered by an older, saner one, a …

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  • German New Guinea: a reluctant plantation colony ? - Persée

    Ten years later the area planted with coconuts had increased to 26,000 hectares — of which only one third were bearing — whereas all other crops combined (mainly rubber and cocoa) accounted for only about 3,000 hectares7. Copra and, to be more precise, plantation copra, was undoubtedly king in German New Guinea when World War I was approaching.

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  • Aksumite Coins – Smarthistory

    These coins, bearing the name of King Endybis (c. 270/290 C.E.), were mainly struck in gold and silver and followed the weight standard which existed in the Roman Empire. Initially, the symbols of the crescent and disc, which were common to the religions in South Arabia to which Aksum adhered, were used on early Aksumite coins.

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  • Criminal Code Act 1974 - PacLII

    2018-9-3u2002·u2002Criminal Code Act 1974 Chapter 262. Criminal Code Act 1974. Certified on: /20 . Chapter 262. Criminal Code Act 1974.. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.

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  • 1804-1813 George III Half Guinea - Royal Mint

    1804-1813 George III Half Guinea. The half-guinea that we have available in limited quantities was struck from 1804 until 1813 and, on the obverse, shows the king in profile and laureated in the classic fashion. It was a portrait subsequently used on the guinea struck in 1813 to pay Wellington's troops in Europe during the Napoleonic wars ...

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  • The story about Mr. SPU Robert Gudmandsen - Ortofon

    The original SPU model, engineered by Mr. Robert Gudmandsen in 1959, introduced low coil impedance concept. As a basis for reproducing superb high frequencies, this concept has been improved and refined in the decades since. Robert Gudmandsen began working with Ortofon on December 6th, 1941 and remained in the company for more than 50 years.

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  • The Legendary 'Rose Crown Shield' Guinea Gold Coin

    2017-8-21u2002·u2002The 1.25-ounce Silver coin is the first-ever Guinea struck in Silver bearing a face value of £1.25. Speaking from The East India Company Head Quarters in London, Chairman Sanjiv Mehta says,

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  • Lady of Quality by Georgette Heyer, Paperback

    2008-5-1u2002·u2002' It also reminds us why Georgette Heyer is justly called The Queen of Regency Romance. Though this volume was written near the end of her career, the author's fine hand never falters.' - Book Loons 'So, if you're in the mood for a nice, little tale of independence, friendship and love then I recommend Lady of Quality.' - Passages to the Past

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  • German New Guinea: a reluctant plantation colony ? - Persée

    Ten years later the area planted with coconuts had increased to 26,000 hectares — of which only one third were bearing — whereas all other crops combined (mainly rubber and cocoa) accounted for only about 3,000 hectares7. Copra and, to be more precise, plantation copra, was undoubtedly king in German New Guinea when World War I was approaching.

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  • British Queens on stamps - Find Your Stamp's Value

    Queen Elizabeth II is considered to be one of the greatest and longest reigning monarchs of Great Britain as well as the Commonwealth reals including Canada, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Jamaica. Her reigning began in 1952, thus the new versions of …

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  • Queen Victoria Old Head Gold Sovereign (1893-1901 ...

    2018-3-1u2002·u2002Victoria Old head Full Sovereigns are 22.05 mm in diameter, 1.56 mm thick and weigh 7.98grams of 917/1000 fine gold. On the obverse side we find the regal portrait (also called the widow head type) designed by Sir Thomas Brock; it depicts Queen Victoria (facing left) as being more mature and in mourning, with a vail draped over her crown.

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  • List of titles and honors of Queen Elizabeth II

    2021-10-27u2002·u2002Queen Elizabeth II has held numerous titles and honours, both during and before her time as monarch of each of the Commonwealth realms. Each is listed below; where two dates are shown, the first indicated the date of receiving the award or title, and the second indicates the date of its loss or renunciation. 21 April 1926 – 11 December 1936: Her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth of York 11 ...

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  • The Truth About Ghana's Coat of Arms - Green Views ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u2002Meaning of Ghana's Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms that Ghana uses has certain specific meanings. There is a shield that is borne by two golden eagles and their position signifies that the nation is in safe and strong hands and is being watched with keen eyes. The golden eagles also have the order of Star of Ghana (highest award given by Ghana ...

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  • The Sovereign coin is steeped in history and still today ...

    2013-11-21u2002·u2002The Sovereign coin is steeped in history and still being made at the Royal Mint today IN my hand is more than 1,000 years of history, all contained in a round sliver of silver engraved with the ...

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  • Historic Guineas

    The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century, and it brought the end to handmade coinage in Britain. It was born in 1663, the aftermath of the English Civil War when the republican issues were replaced with a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored King Charles II.

    Get Price
  • The East India Company - About Bullion

    The term 'Guinea', its weight and alloy is used to this day across the world to denote a trusted and reliable gold coin of the very highest quality. First issued in 1663 in the reign of King Charles II, the Guinea travelled the world on The East India Company ships and was the very foundation of international trade and establishing its ...

    Get Price
  • George III Spade Half Guinea coin Fine or Better

    The first guinea was struck in 1663. It marked a shift from the coins issued during Cromwell's short-lived republic to a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored king, Charles II. The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century before production came to …

    Get Price
  • Wärtsilä thrust bearings - Wartsila.com

    Wärtsilä Thrust Bearings. Wärtsilä thrust bearing solutions are single collar, self-aligning thrust bearings. The bearings have two faces of tilting pads on pivots, and transmit thrust from the shaft to the bearing housing minimising the tilting effect, and reducing stress levels. The standard is …

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  • 1804-1813 George III Half Guinea - Royal Mint

    1804-1813 George III Half Guinea. The half-guinea that we have available in limited quantities was struck from 1804 until 1813 and, on the obverse, shows the king in profile and laureated in the classic fashion. It was a portrait subsequently used on the guinea struck in 1813 to pay Wellington's troops in Europe during the Napoleonic wars ...

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  • Contact Us – FK Rod Ends

    FK Bearings 865 West Queen St Southington, CT 06489 800-662-4003 : 860-628-8722 : 860-276-0463-Fax

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  • St. Helena introducing first bullion gold coin featuring ...

    2017-9-25u2002·u2002The East India Company's bullion-quality coins are issued by the treasury of St. Helena and recreate the reverse design found on the historic rose crown shield guinea. The legend includes the coin's weight, the word GUINEA, and the fineness and metal.

    Get Price
  • The Truth About Ghana's Coat of Arms - Green Views ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20022021-4-30u2002·u2002Meaning of Ghana's Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms that Ghana uses has certain specific meanings. There is a shield that is borne by two golden eagles and their position signifies that the nation is in safe and strong hands and is being watched with keen eyes. The golden eagles also have the order of Star of Ghana (highest award given by Ghana ...

    Get Price
  • British Queens on stamps - Find Your Stamp's Value

    Queen Elizabeth II is considered to be one of the greatest and longest reigning monarchs of Great Britain as well as the Commonwealth reals including Canada, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Jamaica. Her reigning began in 1952, thus the new versions of …

    Get Price
  • 'London Bridge is down': the secret plan for the days ...

    2017-3-17u2002·u2002In Papua New Guinea, where the Queen is the head of state, she is known as 'Mama belong big family'. European royal families will be put up at the palace; the rest will stay at Claridge's hotel.

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  • Historic Guineas

    The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century, and it brought the end to handmade coinage in Britain. It was born in 1663, the aftermath of the English Civil War when the republican issues were replaced with a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored King Charles II.

    Get Price
  • The East India Company - About Bullion

    The term 'Guinea', its weight and alloy is used to this day across the world to denote a trusted and reliable gold coin of the very highest quality. First issued in 1663 in the reign of King Charles II, the Guinea travelled the world on The East India Company ships and was the very foundation of international trade and establishing its ...

    Get Price
  • George III Spade Half Guinea coin Fine or Better

    The first guinea was struck in 1663. It marked a shift from the coins issued during Cromwell's short-lived republic to a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored king, Charles II. The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century before production came to …

    Get Price
  • Wärtsilä thrust bearings - Wartsila.com

    Wärtsilä Thrust Bearings. Wärtsilä thrust bearing solutions are single collar, self-aligning thrust bearings. The bearings have two faces of tilting pads on pivots, and transmit thrust from the shaft to the bearing housing minimising the tilting effect, and reducing stress levels. The standard is …

    Get Price
  • 1804-1813 George III Half Guinea - Royal Mint

    1804-1813 George III Half Guinea. The half-guinea that we have available in limited quantities was struck from 1804 until 1813 and, on the obverse, shows the king in profile and laureated in the classic fashion. It was a portrait subsequently used on the guinea struck in 1813 to pay Wellington's troops in Europe during the Napoleonic wars ...

    Get Price
  • Contact Us – FK Rod Ends

    FK Bearings 865 West Queen St Southington, CT 06489 800-662-4003 : 860-628-8722 : 860-276-0463-Fax

    Get Price
  • St. Helena introducing first bullion gold coin featuring ...

    2017-9-25u2002·u2002The East India Company's bullion-quality coins are issued by the treasury of St. Helena and recreate the reverse design found on the historic rose crown shield guinea. The legend includes the coin's weight, the word GUINEA, and the fineness and metal.

    Get Price
  • The Truth About Ghana's Coat of Arms - Green Views ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20022021-4-30u2002·u2002Meaning of Ghana's Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms that Ghana uses has certain specific meanings. There is a shield that is borne by two golden eagles and their position signifies that the nation is in safe and strong hands and is being watched with keen eyes. The golden eagles also have the order of Star of Ghana (highest award given by Ghana ...

    Get Price
  • British Queens on stamps - Find Your Stamp's Value

    Queen Elizabeth II is considered to be one of the greatest and longest reigning monarchs of Great Britain as well as the Commonwealth reals including Canada, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Jamaica. Her reigning began in 1952, thus the new versions of …

    Get Price
  • 'London Bridge is down': the secret plan for the days ...

    2017-3-17u2002·u2002In Papua New Guinea, where the Queen is the head of state, she is known as 'Mama belong big family'. European royal families will be put up at the palace; the rest will stay at Claridge's hotel.

    Get Price
  • Historic Guineas

    The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century, and it brought the end to handmade coinage in Britain. It was born in 1663, the aftermath of the English Civil War when the republican issues were replaced with a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored King Charles II.

    Get Price
  • The East India Company - About Bullion

    The term 'Guinea', its weight and alloy is used to this day across the world to denote a trusted and reliable gold coin of the very highest quality. First issued in 1663 in the reign of King Charles II, the Guinea travelled the world on The East India Company ships and was the very foundation of international trade and establishing its ...

    Get Price
  • George III Spade Half Guinea coin Fine or Better

    The first guinea was struck in 1663. It marked a shift from the coins issued during Cromwell's short-lived republic to a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored king, Charles II. The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century before production came to …

    Get Price
  • Wärtsilä thrust bearings - Wartsila.com

    Wärtsilä Thrust Bearings. Wärtsilä thrust bearing solutions are single collar, self-aligning thrust bearings. The bearings have two faces of tilting pads on pivots, and transmit thrust from the shaft to the bearing housing minimising the tilting effect, and reducing stress levels. The standard is …

    Get Price
  • 1804-1813 George III Half Guinea - Royal Mint

    1804-1813 George III Half Guinea. The half-guinea that we have available in limited quantities was struck from 1804 until 1813 and, on the obverse, shows the king in profile and laureated in the classic fashion. It was a portrait subsequently used on the guinea struck in 1813 to pay Wellington's troops in Europe during the Napoleonic wars ...

    Get Price
  • Contact Us – FK Rod Ends

    FK Bearings 865 West Queen St Southington, CT 06489 800-662-4003 : 860-628-8722 : 860-276-0463-Fax

    Get Price
  • St. Helena introducing first bullion gold coin featuring ...

    2017-9-25u2002·u2002The East India Company's bullion-quality coins are issued by the treasury of St. Helena and recreate the reverse design found on the historic rose crown shield guinea. The legend includes the coin's weight, the word GUINEA, and the fineness and metal.

    Get Price
  • The Truth About Ghana's Coat of Arms - Green Views ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20022021-4-30u2002·u2002Meaning of Ghana's Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms that Ghana uses has certain specific meanings. There is a shield that is borne by two golden eagles and their position signifies that the nation is in safe and strong hands and is being watched with keen eyes. The golden eagles also have the order of Star of Ghana (highest award given by Ghana ...

    Get Price
  • British Queens on stamps - Find Your Stamp's Value

    Queen Elizabeth II is considered to be one of the greatest and longest reigning monarchs of Great Britain as well as the Commonwealth reals including Canada, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Jamaica. Her reigning began in 1952, thus the new versions of …

    Get Price
  • 'London Bridge is down': the secret plan for the days ...

    2017-3-17u2002·u2002In Papua New Guinea, where the Queen is the head of state, she is known as 'Mama belong big family'. European royal families will be put up at the palace; the rest will stay at Claridge's hotel.

    Get Price
  • Historic Guineas

    The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century, and it brought the end to handmade coinage in Britain. It was born in 1663, the aftermath of the English Civil War when the republican issues were replaced with a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored King Charles II.

    Get Price
  • The East India Company - About Bullion

    The term 'Guinea', its weight and alloy is used to this day across the world to denote a trusted and reliable gold coin of the very highest quality. First issued in 1663 in the reign of King Charles II, the Guinea travelled the world on The East India Company ships and was the very foundation of international trade and establishing its ...

    Get Price
  • George III Spade Half Guinea coin Fine or Better

    The first guinea was struck in 1663. It marked a shift from the coins issued during Cromwell's short-lived republic to a more impressive coinage bearing the portrait of the newly restored king, Charles II. The gold guinea was undoubtedly the major British coin of the eighteenth century before production came to …

    Get Price
  • Wärtsilä thrust bearings - Wartsila.com

    Wärtsilä Thrust Bearings. Wärtsilä thrust bearing solutions are single collar, self-aligning thrust bearings. The bearings have two faces of tilting pads on pivots, and transmit thrust from the shaft to the bearing housing minimising the tilting effect, and reducing stress levels. The standard is …

    Get Price
  • 1804-1813 George III Half Guinea - Royal Mint

    1804-1813 George III Half Guinea. The half-guinea that we have available in limited quantities was struck from 1804 until 1813 and, on the obverse, shows the king in profile and laureated in the classic fashion. It was a portrait subsequently used on the guinea struck in 1813 to pay Wellington's troops in Europe during the Napoleonic wars ...

    Get Price
  • Contact Us – FK Rod Ends

    FK Bearings 865 West Queen St Southington, CT 06489 800-662-4003 : 860-628-8722 : 860-276-0463-Fax

    Get Price
  • St. Helena introducing first bullion gold coin featuring ...

    2017-9-25u2002·u2002The East India Company's bullion-quality coins are issued by the treasury of St. Helena and recreate the reverse design found on the historic rose crown shield guinea. The legend includes the coin's weight, the word GUINEA, and the fineness and metal.

    Get Price
  • The Truth About Ghana's Coat of Arms - Green Views ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20022021-4-30u2002·u2002Meaning of Ghana's Coat of Arms. The Coat of Arms that Ghana uses has certain specific meanings. There is a shield that is borne by two golden eagles and their position signifies that the nation is in safe and strong hands and is being watched with keen eyes. The golden eagles also have the order of Star of Ghana (highest award given by Ghana ...

    Get Price
  • British Queens on stamps - Find Your Stamp's Value

    Queen Elizabeth II is considered to be one of the greatest and longest reigning monarchs of Great Britain as well as the Commonwealth reals including Canada, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Jamaica. Her reigning began in 1952, thus the new versions of …

    Get Price
  • 'London Bridge is down': the secret plan for the days ...

    2017-3-17u2002·u2002In Papua New Guinea, where the Queen is the head of state, she is known as 'Mama belong big family'. European royal families will be put up at the palace; the rest will stay at Claridge's hotel.

    Get Price